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Tong Yuen @ South Sea Seafood Village, SF

Melanie Wong | Jan 28, 200602:42 PM     1

Last week I had a casual dinner at South Sea Seafood Village with my parents. We had the chicken and ginseng soup of the day, garlic surf clam, steamed oysters on the half shell with black beans, stirfried spinach with sausage, and plain rice. The oysters were great, pristinely fresh and cooked to the perfect texture.

The complimentary dessert this time of year was tong yuen (aka tang yuan) in a sweet rock sugar soup with diced yams.

Total for our dinner with tax and tip was $48.

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