M.Y. China

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845 Market St, Level 4 (at the San Francisco Centre)
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 580-3001
Chinese, Dim Sum, Asian
$ $ $
Mon–Fri: 11:00 AM–9:00 PM Sat–Sun: 11:00 AM–9:30 PM

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  • Sit at the exhibition kitchen in case your date is boring.
  • Dim Sum must have: Spicey Sea Food Dumplings, Har Gow, & Shu Mai. The Wild Bore Scissor-Cut noodles are awesome. And the bang bang Chicken wings go great with the Green Beans. Drinks are great 100%
  • For us dim sum and small plates were superior to the entrees. Soup was great too.
  • Food was fine but spendy for a place where you're seated closer to strangers than your dining companion. Also noisy. Trust no one.
  • The beef hand-pulled noodle soup is delicious as is the ginger onion crab
  • Beijing Knife Cut Noodle makes me feel like I'm home, so good.
  • Martin Yan's place. Nuff said. MUST try: wild boar lettuce cups, whole wheat potstickers, slow cooked beef & hand pulled noodles, pork & black truffle dumplings.
  • the beef brisket hand-pulled noodles are chewy, smoky, and delicious. the spicy seafood dumplings are also a hit every time.
  • The Kung Pao chicken and scissor cut noodles are amazing as is the forbidden rice!
  • The Kung Pow chicken bao & the dumplings ~ DELICIOuS!
  • Tap water is wonderful.
  • Visit the hostess with the mostess, Francine, up front. Say the secret password "Tokyo Drift" for a free drink.
  • Really fun to see chef toss the noodles. The portobello sliders are actually the white Chinese buns that look like lips.
  • Stir fried baby bok choy had pieces of fish inside! Hong Kong Crispy noodle very greasy. Won't visit again
  • Don't try the pork ribs. Fatty, salty and with over cooked stir fried veg. Maybe I'll go with the Dim Sum next time.
  • Try the boar noodles. You'll dig ' em so much you'll want more.
  • My date and I really enjoyed this! It's adventurous, and very much shared plates - get several things and try a little bit of all of them! The dumplings were probably my favorite dish of the night.
  • Try the wild boar noodles or pork belly sliders with a hearty portion of garlic bok choy!
  • Located in the Westfield Centre, this is a great stop for dumplings, noodle dishes and some excellent roast chicken. Try the Kung Pao Chicken!
  • Had to come here because a group was meeting here. I wouldn't come here otherwise. Bland, nothing exciting - felt like standard mall fare.