I'm looking for a restaurant that serves a dish using tofu sheets (usually then cut so as to look like noodles). I think it's also called tofu skin or yuba.
Locavore serves an entree with yuba that I think is always on the menu. I haven't tried it but loved the halibut and tomato salad there.
-----Locavore3215 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110
thank you everyone--I will try a few of these restaurants. I love these yuba dishes!!
For a non-Asian prep, I had a really nice yuba pappardelle "bolognese" at Gather (in Berkeley), with the noodles made from Hodo Soy yuba. It was the only dish we had at that restaurant that we'd go back for...
Dong Bei Mama.
-----Dong Bei Mama4737 Geary Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94118
Common in Shanghainese restaurants. Shanghai house on Balboa, also Bund Shanghai in Chinatown.
-----Shanghai House3641 Balboa St, San Francisco, CA 94121
jai yun (expensive) also serves a dish like this, but you can't just order this one dish, you have to order the complete menu for the day.
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