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wing lee bakery

paul brown | Sep 1, 2004 12:31 PM

it's a hole in the wall in San Francisco at 6th and Clement, but their dim sum steam table is always filled with yummy and delightfully inexpensive goodies: various gow (their coriander gow blows my minds), bao (steamed meat-filled buns), siu mai. They have all sorts of things from chicken skewers to sesame balls, jellied pork to sticky rice wrapped in lotus leaves.

Right next door is their other steam table, where for $3.50 you can get a huge pile of rice and 2 out of about 15 different entrees. My roommate raves over their pineapple chicken, while I love their mushrooms and chicken, their eggplant, and the tofu, crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside.

they also have ducks hanging in the window, as well as ribs and other barbecue goodness.

it's all so good, and really cheap - a total bargain.

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