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Modern or unique dim sum in San Francisco?

ButtMunch | Jul 24, 201010:08 AM     38

Hello San Francisco! I'm a Boston hound about to take a trip over, and i was wondering if there were any dim sum places in san francisco that served up some new stuff aside from traditional dim sum? Are there any young dim sum chefs out there innovating dim sum and bringing new stuff to the dim sum carts? Like for example taiwanese dim sum or making new creations or variations of dim sum that won't cost me an arm and a leg to eat?

Being from Boston, we mainly only have the old traditional stuff that i still love but would rather treat my tastebuds to some new flavors. I'm not really looking for the best dim sum place, just a more progrssive and good dim sum restaurant that i could try something new.

hope im not asking for too much :x.

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