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Enjoy Vegetarian In Chinatown [San Francisco]

Chandavkl | Jun 17, 200909:02 AM     8

No, that's not a commentary, but rather the name of a restaurant that opened up in Chinatown a few weeks ago. It's at 839 Kearny, which since at least the mid-1990s had been the home of the anonymous Ming's Seafood Garden, which I recall was a non-Cantonese seafood restaurant. This is a second branch for Enjoy Vegetarian which has an existing location in the Sunset district, so it apparently enters Chinatown with credentials. They seem to be doing well at the new Chinatown location, with a sizable menu that includes numerous mock meat dishes. I had the vegetarian goose which was prepared as a hot dish, something I had only seen once before (I believe at Peking Duck in Palo Alto).

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