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Help! King's China Bistro? Fook Yuen? HK Flower?

Pia R | Aug 24, 200103:07 AM     5

My clan decided to have dinner tomorrow (Friday night) and I have the task of making the reservations for 10-12 people, all of whom have pretty discerning palates, and most of whom prefer Cantonese food. Roast suckling pig (and I mean suckling piglet, not adolescent hog) and fresh seafood are particular favorites.

Can anyone recommend one place over the others, or perhaps suggest a new one in the Millbrae-SF corridor?

It's been a while since I last had dinner at King's China Bistro in Westborough (or is it Daly City?), but it was very good a couple of years back, especially the Typhoon Shelter crab. Has anyone been there lately?
And is the old HK Flower Lounge still good? We stopped going to the new one many months ago as it appeared to have gone downhill.

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