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Fujian style fish balls at Gazebo in San Francisco?

Melanie Wong | May 26, 200603:29 AM     7

While out on Noriega Wednesday, I noticed a sign in the window of Gazebo restaurant for "foo chow fish balls". We'd already had lunch at Little Beijing, but I stopped in to pick up a take-out menu. Besides the standard Chinese to-go stuff, the fish balls are available two different ways.

A1. Deep Fried Foo Chow Fish Ball, $4.50
Homemade fish ball filled with pork in the center. Deep fried until golden.

or

S1. Foo Chow Fish Ball w/Soup, $5.50
Homemade fish ball filled with pork in the center. Served in a delicious seaweed soup.

Any chow intelligence on this place or the fish balls?

Gazebo Chinese Cuisine
1310 Noriega St.
SF 94122
415-682-8999
"Free Delivery, Minimum Order $10. We promise that delivery order will be quick and upbeat."

It's across the street and up the block from Cafe Bakery. BTW, the baked pork buns at Cafe Bakery are now a buck apiece.

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