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Ton Kiang Review and Thanks

Joshua Simon | Sep 28, 200106:54 PM

A few weeks ago I came to this board to get suggestions on dim sum places in SF. It seemed that the majority of you came up with Ton Kiang, so there I went.
The place was pretty damn good!
At first I thought it a little strange that they didn't have carts, but what the hay. We had the usual shu mai (pork & shrimp), har gow (shrimp), spicy salted shrimp (in the shell). The shu mai was too small, but tasted good. Same goes for the har gow. The spicy salted shrimp was excellent. We also had the fried oysters, which was a pleasant suprise! They were fresh, and delicious. I wish the LA places had oysters @ dim sum. I forget what else we had but I was full for the whole day.
In general we all enjoyed the food and experience, but missed the large greasy servings that we are used to eating at the downtown Los Angeles Ocean Seafood.
Thanks for all the great input and feel free to ask me about any spots in Los Angeles.

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