I have eaten here 3 times in the last week. The food is great and well priced. Complimentary soup with our sit down meal.
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Small, quite hidden in the Polk area, but an honest menu and price. Many clients of the hotels nearby order here their dinner, also some airlines crew members that stays at Holiday Inn. We ate soup (good), fried noodles (the best one). An eazy place for dinner
One of the best Chinese meals we have ever had ! Friendly efficient service and they also add in a couple of welcoming extras like a pot of tea to warm you when you arrive , and bowls of freshly made vegetable soup while you wait for your meal Highly recommend it -they also had lots of vegetarian options
Found this little unpretentious restaurant at rear of Holiday Inn after long day sightseeing needed some straightforward food. Easy going service really tasty beef dishes with TENDER meat. Doesn't look much from outside but more importantly local Chinese people eating there always a good sign.
Located right behind Holiday Inn Golden Gateway. It looks like a traditional Chinese Restaurant. The food is really good and authentic.Also, the owner is super nice. I would recommend this restaurant. I also recommend their Pecking Duck! So Yum!
We decided to take a shot and try bamboo while we were in SF. It took us about 20 minutes to walk from our hotel in union square. It was worth it. Food was good and reasonably priced. I would not order the spare ribs again. But try the pineapple fried rice.
We chose this restaurant at the recommendation of our concierge. We wanted authentic San Francisco Chinatown food. It took about 50 minutes to deliver to our hotel room. We ordered sweet and sour chicken, sesame chicken and fried rice,and two types of soup. Chicken was soaked in sauce and rice was bland. soup was just okay. Would not recommend.
Not in Chinatown but decent food, nevertheless. Located on busy Polk Street near the Cable Car. Good menu of appetizers and mains. But not that many of soups. It's a small restuarnat so try to get here on the slack hours for a table. Mostly locals but some visitors from the couple of nearby hotels do stop by here.
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