Dim Sum

Gridskipper recommends the following Dim Sum restaurants in the city. What are they forgetting? Maybe as time goes by it will be possible to add to this list.

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  1. I’d give Yank Sing four stars but since it’s so popular, you can’t linger over your food. One of my favorite things to do is have a nice lunch with a good book to read; you can’t do that in Yank Sing. That said, their food is some of the best that I’ve had and it’s the place that I take visitors to but be sure to get there early. The lines around noon are long!
    For years, Hang Ah was one of my favorite places to do. I liked the clean utilitarian dining room and the alley itself is full of the history of Chinese in SF. However, the last time I took somebody there (2 years ago), I felt that the dim sum was substandard and the noodles far too oily.