We tried many times to eat here on the weekend, but there's always a long wait for a table. We went on a Tuesday afternoon, got seated right away and the food was great.
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The wait and seating can be trying during lunch, but good news they serve dim sum all day! Good dim sum selection and service. Not your old style carts rolling by the aisles. Picture menu gives you all you need to know. Food was fresh...More
It was a family tradition for many years to go to Yank Sing in San Francisco for dim sum on Christmas Day as a way of recovering from a Christmas Eve feast. We always enjoyed going there. We had the good fortune to find several...More
Jasmine tea arrived at our table along with the picture-filled "check off your order" paper menu. Dishes were all brought together, steaming hot and fresh. The dumplings were all very plump, and the crispy crusted soft tofu came with a delicious sauce. My only disappointment...More
The dim sum was only average compared to other places. Yes, the food was fresh, but nothing really special or different.
Whenever I crave for dimsum, this is the place to go! I'm always full and satisfied after a visit there. They have a good selection. I like that the food tastes fresh and the prices are very reasonable. If you go on the weekend for...More
For the money, you can't find a better Dim Sum restaurant in the East Bay, West of the Caldicott Tunnel than Asian Pearl. I've tried several Dim Sum restaurants in and around the Pacific Mall, from Richmond to Emeryville. None of them measure up. Three...More
Our first visit and looking for something different. Arrived early Sunday and asked for a quiet table for two. Ha! No sooner said than large family groups arrived all talking at once. Once food served noise decreased and we were able to talk quietly. Ordered...More
There's an old saying that you should go to Chinese restaurants where there aren't any 'round eyes'. this is such a place. there have multiple menus (one for Chinese patrons, another for Caucasians).. similar to what I experienced in NYC Chinatown back in the day....More
This restaurant offers very authentic Cantonese food and dim sum. It is crowded and loud as it should be when lots of Chinese people want to eat at the same place. The menu is easy to use with pictorial aid despite the extensive offer. The...More