Yank Sing

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Details
49 Stevenson St (at Ecker Pl)
San Francisco, CA 94105
(415) 541-4949
Dim Sum, Chinese, Asian
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 11:00 AM–3:00 PM Sat–Sun: 10:00 AM–4:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Save room (if you can) for the egg custard tart.
  • Good service and food. But for $45. Not worth it
  • go around the corner to find the ultra-fast Yank Sing 2 Go window
  • Delicious, but quite expensive for dim sum. Try the soup dumplings--those are my fav!
  • Too expensive
  • Be wary of the first 'signature' dumplings. $13 off the bat. There are better less expensive dumplings. Check the menu and get what appeals to you. No rush. They'll be back around eight more times...
  • Fresh, well made, and tailored to the western palate -- dim sum your (American) grandma will like. If you want cheap and greasy (or the california cuisine influence bothers you), go to Chinatown.
  • Just let them put it in front of you.... you'll like it!
  • Best Dim Sum I've ever had. But $120 for 3 people to really enjoy a lunch...doubt I'll be back. Just as good places for 1/4 of the price.
  • Steamed BBQ pork buns and fried rice.
  • SF Weekly's Best of Winner 2010 - Reader's Poll - BEST DIM SUM
  • Try the Dim Sum
  • ordering to-go? Switch out chow mein for tasty special fried rice for no charge!
  • Steamed Pork Buns are killer. Shanghai dumplings are the best in SF. As is the duck.Don't be afraid to say no to the pushy dim sum servers
  • Very good! Pork dumplings a must.
  • Very good food, but bring a fat wallet. They bring Dim Sum on numerous carts-don't just take whatever the hand you on the first cart-there will be more. Be patient and get there early.
  • Make sure you realllly want the "specialty item." $29 dim sum sized piece of seabass, HA! Really good tho, THE BEST, not knocking it.
  • Gasp! Dim Sum that I actually really like! Mmmmm... Soup dumplings...
  • Dim Sum galore! They're all great, but try their honey-glazed baked Salmon. So good!
  • Some of the best dim sum I've had outside of NYC.