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Taiwanese or Northern Chinese Breakfast for 70 people

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Taiwanese or Northern Chinese Breakfast for 70 people

hyperbowler | Feb 6, 2012 12:21 AM

A friend of mine wants to host a Sunday wedding brunch (at a restaurant) for about 70 people. She wants to eat the types of foods you'll find at a Taiwanese or Northern Chinese Breakfast: dou jiang (soy bean milk), shao bing (baked buns), youtiao (chinese doughnuts), green onion pancakes, shanghai noodles, etc. She's not looking for a dim sum place, but I guess if they had good versions of these items, that would be okay.

I've done some searching, and there are a few options in the South Bay. However, she'd like this to be in SF proper. Another issue is that Sunday is primetime for a lot of places, and they might not be willing to lock out their regular clientele for a large party. With that in mind, she'd be open to a place that doesn't normally serve Chinese Breakfast on Sunday, but whose chef could do an excellent job at preparing an appropriate menu. The Shanghai places in the Sunset and Richmond are pretty small, so nothing immediately comes to mind.

Any ideas?

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