Restaurants & Bars

San Francisco Bay Area

Mon Kiang - Hakka cuisine in SF Chinatown


Restaurants & Bars 5

Mon Kiang - Hakka cuisine in SF Chinatown

Han Lukito | Jun 7, 2003 09:08 PM

Not much was reviewed with this restaurant here but I am curious about it hoping to find a good restaurant. It is located on Broadway near Stockton. Here are the dishes:

Fatty pork bacon with preserved veg (Kao Yuk): the meat is not as tender as I like. The seasonings are ok. I will not reorder this.

Deep fried intestine: this is pork intestine. I asked the waiter if they are able to get rid of the smell but as it turns out the smell is still there. Total dislike. I warned anyone to be careful with this dish - not recommended.

Osyter ommelette: the eggs were not as "frothy" and did not have the nice brown fried texture that I cerish. Definitely not right. So far the closest match to the Singapore Teo Chew is the SHANGHAI place in Milpitas but even that is still lacking.

String beans dry sauteed with bits of chicken and slightly spicy sauce. It's nice but nothing spectacular.

Fried chicken wings: plain fried wings with some scallions and chopped jalapenos. Ok but nothing to write home about.

The runny green chiles provided in small saucer is really great. It has bold garlic flavor and slightly sour taste. It's great with salt baked chicken which we failed to order.

I am afraid I will not return to this place.

Want to stay up to date with this post?

Recommended From Chowhound