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Melanie Wong | Dec 22, 201909:55 PM     6

Dragon Beaux opened its doors nearly five years ago. https://www.chowhound.com/post/dragon... While it has stumbled occasionally . . . coinciding with the opening of new branches of the Koi Palace family . . . most dim sum outings at Dragon Beaux have been very good. It hasn't been discussed much on CH, considering the quality it delivers.

This month David Chan, ex-chowhounder, declared Dragon Beaux the country's best dim sum, https://radiichina.com/chinese-takeou... While I won't make the same claim, I will recommend my top Dragon Beaux picks.

What are your favorites here?

Dragon Beaux
5700 Geary Blvd.
San Francisco, Ca
(415) 333-8899

Sea Bass Dumpling, topped with a sliver of asparagus and tobiko
XO Spinach Dumpling

Soy Flavored Chicken, a heritage bird with well-balanced seasoning and not overly sweet, silken flesh, snappy skin and cooked red at the bone

Pea Shoot Dumpling
Spinach Beef Shiu Mai

Roasted Pork Belly

Fish Chip Rose Red Rice Crepe Roll, filled with crispy cruller and fried fish
Portuguese Egg Custard Tart

Pan Seared Daikon Cake

Dried Seafood Dumpling Soup

Abalone Tart, my absolute favorite item at Dragon Beaux

BBQ Pork Cheek

Dungeness Crab and Pan Seared Rice Noodles

Malay Okra

Dungeness Crab Congee

Chicken Knee Cartilage

Five Guys Xiao Long Bao, disappoints every time, so I've stopped ordering Dragon Beaux's most Instagrammable dish

Crispy Organic Milk Roll

For a wine pairing, I BYO German Riesling, Champagne, or the floral Raft Wine "Jonquille" Viognier made by my friend, Jennifer Reichardt.


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