You Want Excellent Chinese Food, Manch?


#261

fake news.


#262

You are dealing with a bunch of uncivilized savages here who like to eat raw chicken dripping with blood with the least bit of regard for salmonella…


#263

If Little Sheep makes it on the list then something is definitely wrong.


#264

Come on, nobody here can chime in about the place in Los Altos? Sounds pretty good. I was down there in Los Altos today on my day off, picking up something from a Craigslist seller. Nice neighborhood, we chatted about RE of course for awhile. Ok, I can see why you cats love it down there so much…

Tonight we tried the hole in the wall House of Pancakes on Taraval. My millennial co-worker goes there often so I had to try it. Not bad. Pretty cheap for hand pulled noodles and although I don’t like lamb my wife’s lamb skewers were a good deal for 4 fully loaded skewers. My coworker loves the beef roll, I concur…


#265

Interesting list. I’ve dined at Enjoy Vegetarian, San Tung, Chef Chu’s, and Little Sheep San Mateo many times. However I don’t think any of them is really that good. If I were to pick my favorite, I’d probably go with Koi Palace in Daly City for dinner and Peony in Oakland Chinatown for dim sum.


#266

Boy, the things I do for my Sweetie! I picked up some smelly, durian dim sum pastries and cake for her. God, this stuff smelled up my car big time!!!


#267

OMG, San Tung was in full effect tonight!!! How many tables ahead of us, at 8:30???

Damn, those chicken wings were awesome!!! The 4 dudes next to us had 3 plates of chicken wings!!! I give them credit, they almost finished all of them plus all of the other dishes. San Tung, you rock!!!


#268

Why go there on a Saturday night? Always go on a weeknight where there’s least traffic.


#269

Sometimes we just have that urge for it and we go. If you go later, you can get in like we did. I would love to know how many lbs of chicken wings they go through each day…


#270

What happens to the rest of the chicken?


#271

Well, you probably haven’t been there, but we are talking about essentially buffalo wings so wings and drummettes(?) from presumably young chickens, not fully grown birds. I would guess they buy just the raw pieces in tons…


#272

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#273

I wish my IRS buddy gets to audit them one day…then I can get the scoop. I won’t disclose it but he had some interesting things to say about a local casino that he audited…


#274

Ok, Sf Chinatown making a comeback!!!


#275

Please. SF lost. Just heard my millennial niece and her friends make regular trips from SF to South Bay for Chinese food. Another confirmation South Bay >> SF when it comes to real Chinese food.


#276

Come on, the chinese food here in the Bay ain’t that bad…

https://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/news/2017/08/16/why-83-percent-of-bay-area-renters-say-they-plan.html


#277

I would invest in a Chinese restaurant because the American ones are closing by the thousands.


#278

$325 beef noodle soup. Must be really good


#279

$325 you can place a few orders of buddha jumps over the wall. It’s not like the beef is A5 wagyu.


#280

Talk about costly food that is also detrimental to your health… and people are willing to line up to purchase illness :rofl: