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Advice appreciated re: Chinese Food 101 class for HS students

lexdevil | Feb 25, 201506:35 PM     16

I taught this class several years back and I am reprising it next week. And getting hungry thinking about it.

I'd love advice re: things not to be missed at Yum's Bistro. They are faxing me the menu, but I'm also curious about specials that are not found on the menu.

Similar advice on Hong Kong Lounge 2 and M.Y. China would be great. I'm pretty well versed in the offerings at the other spots.

Our current plans include:
Hong Kong Lounge 2 (SF)
The Peruchi Truck (SF)
China Village (Albany)
Little Shanghai (San Mateo)
Yum's Bistro (Fremont)
Great China (Berkeley)
Little Sheep (Union City)
85°C (Newark)
M.Y. China (SF) -- for a noodle demo w/ the Chef
+ one more TBD

I'd also love advice on the last visit. I don't have an Islamic place on my list this year, or a Teochew place, or a Buddhist veg spot, or a Hakka place (I did all four last time). What do you think is the greatest hole to be filled?

Yum's Bistro
Little Shanghai
Great China Restaurant
Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot, San Francisco
Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot, San Mateo
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