20 "Chinese" Restaurants in San Francisco.
Between the beautiful space and interesting twists on Chinese classics, Mister Jiu’s in Chinatown is one of the most unmissable restaurants in SF.
Hong Kong Lounge II is a Chinese spot in the Richmond ideal for eating all the dim sum in sight.
San Tung is a Chinese restaurant in the Sunset with great chicken wings, but the entire menu is worth trying out.
Dumpling Time in the Design District is a fun stop for dim sum and sake with a group of friends.
Lai Hong Lounge in Chinatown is an old-school banquet hall with solid dim sum that’s great for big groups.
Head to Spices! in the Richmond for great spicy fried chicken and Sichuan specialties.
The Market Restaurant at China Live in Russian Hill serves an extensive menu of Chinese food in a large, loud dining room.
Kingdom Of Dumpling is a Chinese spot in the Sunset that makes great dumplings and is perfect for a laid-back brunch.
House of Pancakes has a slightly misleading name, but they make some of the best Chinese food in the whole Sunset.
Harborview Restaurant & Bar is a dim sum place in the Embarcadero Center where you should bring as many people as possible.
When you want to impress someone with great cocktails and small plates, take them Moongate Lounge in Chinatown.
Pushcart Fare in the Mission has solid takeout dim sum and good larger items like popcorn chicken.
At Bon Voyage in the Mission, you can get cocktails and dumplings in a space that feels like you’re on a cartoon safari.
Clement BBQ is a to-go dim sum counter in the Richmond with very solid char siu bao.