Razor Clams in San Diego
Are you talking about the Pacific Razor Clam (Siliqua patula) or are you talking about the European Razor Clam (family Solenidae)? I ask because they're two totally different things. The Pacific Razor Clam can be found from Alaska to California and are a good tasting shell fish with a fair bit of meat on them but the European Razor Claim is in a class by itself. They're easily my all time favorite shell fish even beating out abalone but they're very expensive if you can even get your hands on them here in North America. I can remember being about 8 years old and walking on a beach in Scotland with my aunt catching European Razor Clams using nothing but a box of salt (you'd pour the salt down their holes and wait for the clam to try to push the salt out at which time you grab their foot). The European razor clam has an excellent flavor and a nice meaty texture so if anyone knows where to find some fresh I'd love to hear it.
Ba Ren has a couple of razor clam dishes -- but I don't know if they are always available or well prpared.
Maybe you should take a trip to the Oregon or Washington (or Alaskan) coast where pan-fried razor clams are an old time menu favorite. Last ones I had were in Long Beach WA over 10 years ago. Up there, you can even get them with eggs for breakfast.