Walk along bustling Stockton Street in the middle of San Francisco's Chinatown with all the tantalising sights and smells of fresh fruit veg and fruit, some of which you cannot recognise, and you arrive at the above restaurant. The noise of the street does not diminish as you are seated in the clean, basic seating area and listen to the Chinese banter between the chefs and the waiters. The menu is the usual range, but the ingredients are incredibly fresh, and the courses of king prawns and rice and abalone with chicken and noodles were excellent. The wine list is either local Californian Chardonnay or Cabernet Sauvignon, and the beers are Tsing tao or Heineken, but that does not matter as they suit the food which is very authentic, tasty and inexpensive. Not sophisticated, but a welcome break and an insight into the real side of San Francisco.
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