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SF Chinatown Lunch Series #12

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SF Chinatown Lunch Series #12

Cynthia | Jun 11, 2004 06:28 PM

To all who attended; please share your opinions. Dim sum for 18 chowhounds at Y Ben House split us into two tables, each on opposite sides of the din of the cavernous room today. Comparing each tables’ selections offers a wide range for review. We had Limster as our culinary guide and I defer to the other chowhounds at the table to embellish the menu: two types of teas; ha gow; siu mai; tripe; filled-fried tofu skins; silver needles; rice with bok choy, duck breast and sausage; guen fun with beef, and with chicken and mushrooms; taro cake; ha yu jeung lot jiu - shrimp stuffed bell peppers and mushrooms; and more—for $8/person. Always notable, we were charmed by the gathering of delightful chowhounds at the round table.

Y Ben House
835 Pacific Avenue
San Francisco, CA 415.397.3168

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