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Tai Wu Foster City

Yimster | Mar 28, 200311:44 PM

Last night we took a friend from out of town to dinner.

We started with a mix BBQ platter. You can get a choice of two items. The have roast duck, roast pig, roast pork and soy sauce chicken. We had duck and pig. The skin on both was crispy, fresh favor and not oily. I ask they made there own was told they did. While no a suckling pig but it was not a large pig.

Yee Fu Won Ton with Seafood. The wonton were the size of golf balls. The shrimps were whole, and in true Hong Kong style. I was able to order 1 1/2 orders which is old school Chinese.

Mongolian Beef, not overly hot with large slices of beef. My son loves this dish, not mine.

Shrimp with candy walnuts. The shrimp were deep fried without a thick batter. Very good.

Nan Yee (perserved tofu) pig knuckles over lettuce. One of mine favorite dishes. The knuckles were tender and well seasoned. Derek you should have been there.

The staff changed our dishes without been asked. The ownership is the same as the higher end Mr. Fong's in Foster City. I like this place because it's menu is more like Chinese comfort food. What my Mom would have cooked.

With a very good tip the cost was 53.00.

1080 Foster City Blvd.
Foster City

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