You Want Excellent Chinese Food, Manch?


#785

:face_vomiting::face_vomiting::face_vomiting:


#786

Beef organs is freshman level chinese food.

Chicken feet is upper level.

Worms is graduate school. :smile:


#787

You’re probably cried for joy after tasting it. Regretting why you’ve not eaten them earlier.


#788

Grass hopper? Monkey brain? Dog meat? Newly born mouse, birds… (eat raw)
Python? Never mind, taste like chicken.


#789

Those are post doc level. I haven’t tried those yet. :cold_sweat:

I had snake soup once. Don’t remember the taste. Anyone swallowed raw snake galls?


#790

Read that in fung fu novels.


#791

You guys are all savages :scream_cat:


#792

Yes. Nothing special.


#793

Oh my, the bad luck of 14 is back baby!!!


#794


#795

Also needs to have 3-3.5 yelp stars. Too many it means too Americanized. Too few food sucks.


#796

Hole in the wall - bingo, that’s kinda like San Tung. Before #2, a smallish restaurant in the sleepy Sunset

Low Sanitary Grade - bingo, San Tung got dinged

Mean Cashier Lady - bingo, San Tung has one

Asians are eating there - bingo, plenty of asians there

San Tung, the greatest Chinese restaurant in the Western Hemisphere!!!


#797

My favorite 30 years ago was Sam Wo’s. Great greasy chow fun. Could bring your own beer. Rude waiters drunk patrons Open very late. 100 years old


#798

Actually, my parents don’t consider San Tung as Chinese food. Because they saw Westerners eating chicken wings there… :rofl:


#799

Yes, that was a classic place in Chinatown. Unfortunately, the new version is just not the same…


#800

Yummy Szechuan and wonderful in millbrae, both are pretty good
my contractor from szechuan , he took me to both. and i like it although i’m not really into spicy


#801

You need to get out more, otherwise you are going to be disqualified as a Chinese person at this rate.


#802

I went to wonderful once. Not really impressed with the food. But we have small children so couldn’t go all out spicy. I can give it another shot.


#803

Come on, I hang out in Chinatown whenever I get the opportunity. I eat at the dive Chinese places frequented by the local Chinese folks. I slurp up snails and speak so loudly like any Toisan person would. My wife is embarrassed by how chinese I can be at times…


#804

you have to order the right stuff. wonderful order the smoke pork stuff, they’re famous for that
I’m still learning how to order these spicy szechuan , hunan stuff.