Mister Jiu's

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28 Waverly Pl.
San Francisco, CA 94108
(415) 857-9688
Tue–Thu: 5:00 PM–10:30 PM Fri–Sat: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM

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  • Reminds me of a more laid back Hakkasan with more OG Cantonese flavor profile and higher price point. Dungeness crab custard and uni noodle are must haves
  • The best thing here is the char-siu. That was really delicious. Other dishes were alright. Expensive Chinese fusion food. Service and cocktails were good though.
  • Get their early, and grab one of their amazing cocktails to start. I tried their prix fixe menu, and it was outstanding, but go with a larger group and build your own family style meal.
  • I've tried starred restaurants here: The Progress, Octavia... None is even closer to Mister Jiu's. Staff honestly friendly, food with a very delicate flavor, delicious. Try anything. Best in town.
  • Every Tuesday through Sunday, Mister Jiu's now hosts "sour hour" at the bar from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., with different takes on the classic drink, like the whiskey sour, amaratto sour, and more for $8.
  • Incredible cocktails! Try the Peking duck: buttery tender & crispy skin. The buns are interesting. Good wings.
  • Get the Dutch crunch BBQ pork buns + steak fried rice. THIS IS NOT A ONE DOLLAR SIGN PLACE. Nor is it traditional/authentic Chinese food place.
  • Mapo tofu with rib eye
  • The turnip cake is quite delicious!
  • One Michelin star.
  • Rise above the bourgeoisie while you feast on mu shu and pork bao. Skip the prix fixe "banquet menu" and wine pairing.
  • Everything is so tasty!! And the ambience is excellent. Unlikely spot in Chinatown.
  • Great food! Our server was a little weird though. I ordered my drink and she said "I hate that drink".
  • Get the duck. Happy hour is bomb - midori cocktail is light and melon-y and not too sweet.
  • Mr Jiu's is a wonderful, updated take on classic Chinese food. The family style dinners are perfect for big groups. Love it!
  • Nice ambience and good food, although pricey. Order a few things to share vs banquet menu -- steak fried rice and duck were both great. Good cocktails, I liked the gin-based Happiness.
  • Dumplings with vinegar sauce
  • Cocktails otherwise go to a neighboring restaurant & save your $$$$
  • Pork buns and sea urchin cheong fun are delish.
  • Happiness cocktail, egg drop soup, soft shell crab and the duck were all amazing. Little bit of a splurge for dinner with drinks, but it was a fun environment and very creative food.