Xiao long bao's and spicy chicken wings! Other items are meh. Cash only. Beware of grumpy lady owner, may not want to dine here if already in a bad mood! :D
As mentioned, the dry fried chicken wings are spectacular as is the delicious spicy eggplant with shrimp and chicken (pictured).
Dry fry chicken wings are loaded with a thick garlic pepper sauce and still stay crunchy. Must order.
The best xiao long bao in SF. Also the chicken wings are great, the hand cut pan fried noodles have an amazing chewy texture, and the salt and pepper pork knuckle is both tender and crispy.
Charles Phan, chef of The Slanted Door, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Pickled vegetable & shredded pork soup.
Tasty, but all the sauces have tons of salt and sugar. So, not something to eat very often.
Dried fried chicken is HELLA good. I think it's better than San Tung's. (my opinion)
Try the dry fried prawns (sweet/spicy heaven) and the stringbeans- soooo delish.
A local eatery located in the Outer Richmond area of SF. Close to Lands End, Seal Rock and the Cliff House. A great place to enjoy authentic Shanghai dishes in a local eatery. The outside looks worn out, but the inside is remodeled and is very clean looking. The seating area is quite small, maybe about 5 tables max, 3 2 –seats and a few 4-seating tables. They have a great $5 lunch special and the taste is very good. The food is just as good as Chinatown without the hassle of parking. If visiting SF, experiment and try some different dishes. May not be good for small kids as many of the dishes are spicy and the flavors are not the typical Cantonese style. Many of the eatery around here are a good choice if visiting Seal Rock, Cliff House, or Lands End at the price there is extremely expensive and very little parking. Price is very inexpensive, good parking, and a chance to see the local neighborhood.