Chinese Restaurants in Inner Sunset


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  • Enjoy Vegetarian Restaurant
    Enjoy Vegetarian Restaurant: A User’s Guide 100+ Menu Items | Vegan and Vegetarian Chinese Food | Kosher Kitchen | Faux Meat is the Specialty Sample Menu Appetizer: crispy faux-chicken nuggets Entree: Mongolian soy beef with peppers and broccoli in a spicy chili sauce To Share: fried rice with spinach and pine nuts Inside Tips The kitchen also works under Buddhist principles, which means all dishes are free of garlic and onion. Many dishes are also gluten-free; ask your server before ordering. The decor is simple and uncomplicated making dinner best suited for casual outings. When to Go: Reservations are recommended any time of day, but lunch may be the sweet spot for dining without waiting and for finding a spot for your ride. Press Props: CNN named the restaurant to its 50 Best Chinese Restaurants in the United States list in 2012. Vocab Lesson Seitan: a vegetarian meat substitute made from wheat gluten.
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    754 Kirkham St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Tam's Restaurant
    Chinese cuisine set in a familiar atmosphere, Tam's Restaurant offers flavorsome seafood. It's a culinary destination for visitors seeking terrific food. There really is something for everyone, with gluten-free options, as well as low-fat and vegetarian items on the robust menu. Plus, most local parents will tell you that it's a good place to bring the kids, as well. If you don't feel like driving over to 9th, placing a delivery order is an option. A reputable option in Sunset, making a trip to Tam's is never a bad call.
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    1382 9th Ave
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Nan King Road Bistro
    In Focus: Nan King Road Bistro Serves: fresh Chinese food Vibe: bright and colorful, with a smattering of tables and wooden banquettes along the walls Most popular dish: crispy sesame chicken Runners-up: Mongolian beef and hot and sour soup Number of different entrees: 29, and that's not even counting noodle or rice dishes How to enjoy the food without missing the Knight Rider marathon: get it delivered How to save a buck: Order one of the lunch specials, which are available every day of the week.
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    1360 9th Ave
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Craw Station
    The culinary team at Craw Station lures lovers of fresh seafood and shellfish with its simple, no-nonsense menu of dungeness crab, shrimp, clams, and crawfish, serenading palates with the help of zesty lemon butter, garlic, and Cajun-style seasonings. After revving up their appetites with fried calamari or oysters on the half shell, guests choose a tasty crustacean or gastropod for a main course that chefs can prepare in levels of spiciness ranging from non-spicy to Dynamite, which generates sweat faster than a bicycle-powered lie-detector machine. Sides of sweet-potato fries, corn, and gumbo wingman entrees, and sips of wine and frosty draft beer ensure that bites go down smooth.
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    1336 9th Avenue
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Yummy Yummy
    In Focus: Yummy Yummy Specialty: Vietnamese cuisine Crowd-favorite appetizer: crispy imperial rolls Dish for fans of more than four spices: five-spice chicken pho Most carnivorous dish: raw beef salad Most interactive entree: whole crab
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    1015 Irving St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • San Tung Chinese Restaurant
    San Tung Restaurant: A User’s Guide Chinese-American Cuisine | Fresh-Made Noodles | Famous Chicken Wings Sample Menu Appetizer: preserved eggs, served in light soy garlic sauce Entree: dry-fried chicken, sauteed in spicy garlic sauce with mushrooms and bamboo shoots Noodles: black bean sauce noodles with beef, shrimp, and calamari Signature Dish: The menu describes them as “deep-fried in batter and sauteed in a spicy garlic sauce,” but that doesn’t explain why San Tung goes through 400 pounds of wings per week. These dry fried chicken wings are so popular that Eater named them one of SF’s iconic meat dishes, proclaiming: “People have been known to wait in line for an hour for a taste of San Tung's dry-fried wings, coated in a sticky-spicy-garlicky glaze with just the right amount of crunch.” Raves “No hype, no press. Just a cult local following and a long wait. San Tung is famous for its so-called ‘crack chicken’ . . . that virtually every diner here orders.” — Conde Nast Traveler “What can be said about the Inner Sunset's San Tung other than OMG WE CAN'T GET ENOUGH.” — SFist Inside Tip: Prepare yourself for a long wait. But if you’re just here for the wings, pop over next door to San Tung #2. It has an abbreviated menu of just the favorites. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Release a week’s worth of tension at Relax Feet (1117 Irving Street). After: Take your wings on a picnic at Golden Gate Park, just one block north.
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    1031 Irving St
    San Francisco, CA US

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