Posts Tagged ‘Dim sum’
Posted by Foodnut.com, December 9th, 2013
Why did we dine here? – Cuisine Cuisine is a One Michelin star restaurant in the posh Hotel Mira (They had 2 Michelin stars in the past), which is renowned for having Edward Snowden, the US whistleblower, stay. Executive Chef Lee Yuk Lam has a ton of experience cooking fine Chinese fare. This hotel is conveniently located in the middle of the main Hong Kong Tsim Sha Tsui tourist district. Other parts of our party were dining upstairs at the Whisk Sunday Brunch Buffet. This restaurant has received many accolades and also has a branch in the swanky IFC shopping center on Hong Kong Island. The IFC branch looks exquisite and is full of financial types on an given day. Cuisine Cuisine is owned and operated by the Miramar Group, which runs many fine establishments. A Beijing location opened in 2011.
Posted by Foodnut.com, June 3rd, 2013
ABC Seafood is a Chinese Cantonese restaurant with locations in Foster City and Milpitas. This review concentrates on dim sum at Foster City, which is served only during lunch. Our ABC Seafood dinner review is a separate review. We have dined at ABC multiple times with our last lunch in May 2013.
Posted by Foodnut.com, May 6th, 2013
Why did we dine here? – All Season replaced Yet Wah in the San Francisco Diamond Heights Shopping Center complex. We’ve heard good things about it and finally got our chance to sample their Dim Sum. This restaurant also has a branch in Guangzhou, China that we visited in the past.
Posted by Foodnut.com, March 4th, 2013
Why did we dine here? – Din Tai Fung is a popular Xiao Long Bao (small bamboo steamer bun in Chinese) – Shanghai Steamed dumpling restaurant with locations in Bellevue, Los Angeles, Taipei, Japan, China, Singapore, and several other countries. We have dined at the location in Din Tai Fung’s Shanghai’s touristy Xintiandi and Din Tai Fung Hong Kong. The Los Angeles location is in Arcadia with Yelp reviews unfortunately indicating it is a step down from the ones abroad, although some say it is better than the original in Taiwan.
Posted by Foodnut.com, February 11th, 2013
China Village Seafood Restaurant is a Chinese restaurant in Belmont, California just off the Highway 101 Ralston Exit. They have been around since 1996, serving dim sum during both lunch and dinner, as well as standard Cantonese Chinese cuisine. Dim sum costs more at dinner, presumably because it is freshly warmed up. We visited for a dim sum lunch and dinner. They use carts and servers to dish out their dim sum. They had 59 types of dim sum on their menu. Our last visit was in April 2014 when we dined for dinner but ordered some dim sum!
Posted by Foodnut.com, June 1st, 2012
Yank Sing Rincon Center
Posted by Foodnut.com, January 1st, 2012
Champagne Restaurant is a new Chinese Restaurant in Millbrae which used to be in downtown San Mateo. Their San Mateo location morphed into a buffet. The Chinese name for the restaurant translates to First Class Kings Court. They moved their furniture and most of the decor from San Mateo. This restaurant serves lunch Dim Sum and traditional Cantonese Chinese Dinner.
Champagne is a order from the menu checklist type dim sum restaurant.
Posted by Foodnut.com, October 12th, 2011
Hong Kong Flower Lounge is part of the Mayflower restaurant group that has four Chinese Cantonese restaurants locations in the San Francisco Bay area; San Francisco, Millbrae, Union City, and Milpitas. We visited the location in Millbrae. This review concentrates on dim sum served only during lunch. They’ve been around a long time, over 20 years. Hong Kong Flower Lounge has an extensive menu and have lot of items are not on carts, thus needing to be ordered through a waiter. Our latest visit was in October, 2011.
Posted by Foodnut.com, September 5th, 2011
We recently finished up our latest culinary tour of China in the Summer of 2011. Guangzhou is the origination point for Cantonese Chinese cuisine, making it a must visit for those serious about Chinese food.
Posted by Foodnut.com, August 22nd, 2011
City View Restaurant is a Chinese dim sum restaurant near San Francisco’s Financial district and Chinatown. that only serves lunch. It is located in an alley, so few people happen to pass by it. They do not lists prices on their menu, but their prices are far lower than well known Yank Sing’s. They use the old school dim sum cart and server system. Their dim sum selection is limited. Our last visit was in the middle of 2011.
Posted by Foodnut.com, July 8th, 2011
Koi Palace is a popular Cantonese Chinese restaurant in Daly City. The Peninsula is ground zero for some of the best Chinese food in the San Francisco Bay area. It has been around since 1997 and specializes in wide selection of Dim Sum for lunch and special dishes for dinner. They also have locations in Dublin and at the Thunder Valley Casino. Koi Palace Dinner is reviewed separately. Dragon Beard candy creation is covered too. Our last visit was in the beginning of 2014.