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Best Cantonese-style dinner near transit?

timeo | Feb 7, 201011:24 PM     11

As you may know, Chinese New Year is coming this Sunday and what's a car-less student like me - far from home and good Cantonese food, to do? I have been researching this forum as well as Yelp, and have come up with several options but they all are either expensive, mediocre or only car-accessible. In particular, Yum's Bistro in Fremont, Koi Palace in Daly City and Koi Garden in Dublin seem like good choices, but they all require a car. Does anyone have any suggestions for a good Chinese meal in the Bay area that's accessible by transit (BART/AC/MUNI etc)?

My friends and I live in Berkeley and we're willing to go mostly anywhere except for the South Bay to grab food. San Francisco has a few transit-accessible places (R&G Lounge, S&T Hong Kong Seafood) that seem okay, but they seem super pricey. Are there any other suggestions that people have?

I'm looking forward to a traditional sort of meal filled with small stir fry dishes, chicken and steamed fish accompanying white rice. Help me out! Thanks! And Happy New Year to you too!

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