For maximizing dim sum flavor-to-hassle ratio, I've been really enjoying Golden Coast since discovering it last weekend.
Today, on my second visit, I penciled in a "1" on the menu for lobster lo mein, which appeared in Chinese like this:
However, when the menu came back with the printed receipt, the waiter had crossed off my penciled "1," and on the receipt it said this:
The lobster was fine, but the noodles were bland and soggy. So that plus the price difference made me wonder if the dish I got was somehow different from what I ordered.
I read Japanese, so I know this is "special - lobster [伊] noodles." In Japanese, 伊 stands for Italy, so is this basically linguini?
Golden Coast Restaurant
1540 Ocean Ave, SF