Scrawled on the exterior menu is a list of dozens of specialties from Sichuan and Zhejiang. I ate a very good dish of cold Sichuan noodles ($5) and diced baked tofu with peanuts and scallions in a spicy dressing ($6).
On the Chinese printed menu are xiao long bao, jiu cai hezi, hong you chao shou, cong you bing, pot stickers vegetarian and not, and five different kinds of dumplings. The restaurant also sells pinenuts and corn (song ren yumi), a favorite of mine.
Across the street from Little Beijing, so there are two havens from the tedium of Hong Kong restaurants on Noriega.
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1375 Noriega Street (at Twenty-first Avenue)