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Melanie Wong | Feb 6, 202011:09 AM     1

Very sad to read that San Francisco's Zhuo Kitchen has closed after about a year in business. This was one of the really good ones among the many new Chinese restaurants I've tried the past year. I've reached out to the owner/chef to ask that he let me know where he lands next.

In memorium, some photos from my lunch this past summer at Zhuo Kitchen.

Chili oil wonton, $3

Giant prawns with salted duck egg yolk crust, $9.80

Beef tongue skewer, $4.25

Garlic chicken wings, $4.75

Pork belly with housemade multi-colored noodles, $5.00

Housemade condiments

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