Seared Pork Buns at Dumpling Home in SF
Where to experience the best of Chinese food and drink, including numb Sichuan feasts, dim sum, and farm-to-table fare.
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The first Chinese In the United States, restaurants opened in San Francisco to meet the needs of gold miners and Chinese workers in the mid-1800s. Initially, from simple Cantonese-inspired restaurants, restaurants evolved to meet the needs of Chinese gold miners and workers. to the growing needs of the region’s Chinese population as it became richer and more diverse. Today in the Chinatowns of the Bay Area, old-fashioned chop suey houses coexist with farm-to-table restaurants, which take advantage of the growing Asian ancient vegetable market and popular hotspots. At a time when xenophobia and pandemic-era stereotypes have increased the economic impact of the coronavirus on Chinese communities, it’s important to remember that Chinese restaurants in the Bay Area are a critical aspect of what makes the so great local food scene. Here are some of the must-see spots, updated in February with more favorites.
If you’re only looking for SF Chinatown restaurants, check out my recommendations for this neighborhood.