Seafood Rice Baked in a Coconut – Late Night Cuisine

Denny’s Cafe is a Hong Kong-style coffee shop featuring sil yeh, late-night eats. It’s open until midnight during the week, and until 3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. The chow is tasty, says Melanie Wong, such as the exciting seafood rice baked (and served) in a whole coconut. Baking in the coconut means the long-grain rice is tender and infused with the fragrance of fresh coconut. Shrimp, scallops, and plump mussels are tucked inside, too, along with bits of omelette and green onion. The mild flavor of the dish makes it perfect to accompany a more strongly flavored item. It costs $6.95.

Also great: ox tongue with mushrooms and spaghetti, and oxtail soup noodles.

Denny’s Cafe [Richmond]

5530 Geary Blvd., San Francisco

415-386-3288

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Sil Yeh at Denny’s Cafe on Geary

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