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King Wah Seafood - Daly City - Report

Dave MP | Oct 8, 2008 04:52 PM

Ate at King Wah Seafood last night and shared a pretty good meal. I don't know if we ordered the best things, but it seemed like preparation was good, using high quality ingredients. Beef with wilted vegetables (bok choi) was a bit on the salty side, but the beef was tender and flavorful, and the bok choi was cooked perfectly (not too soft).

We also ordered a special steamed tofu and seafood dish that I saw on the next table. Presentation was nice - lots of soft tofu, shrimp, scallops and fake-crab meat steamed in a banana (?) leaf in a bamboo steamer. The flavor was very light and subtle, so I didn't love it, but if you like this kind of thing it would have been great.

I would like to go back and try the shrimp with lobster sauce since I bet they would do it well.

Total bill for 2 people (and more than enough food) was $23.71

Nice atmosphere overall, several families eating on a Tuesday night. Apparently they have dim sum in the mornings, 7 days per week.

Dave MP

King Wah Restaurant
209 Southgate Ave, Daly City, CA 94015

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