Dragon Beaux / San Francisco

5700 Geary Blvd 21st Ave. San Francisco 94121
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 10:00 - 15:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 11:00 - 14:30
Description

We are a sophisticated dim sum and premium hotpot restaurant created by an owner of the spectacularly popular Koi Palace. At lunchtime, you can now enjoy the best dim sum in the Bay Area right here in San Francisco! We offer much of same popular quality dim sum items from Koi Palace, with additional unique offerings such as squid ink dumplings. We specialize in premium hotpot in the evening with an extensive selection of meats (including Australian wagyu and kurobuta pork), seafood, veggies, noodles (squid ink pulled noodles, taro noodles, etc.), and around ten housemade sauces. We are also the first restaurant in the Bay Area to offer the famous traditional Chinese fragrantly spicy frog stew (Ma La Tian Ji). We currently offer All-You-Can-Eat hotpot specials Sunday through Thursday nights.

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average 3727 votes
3.1
Critic Reviews @ Dragon Beaux
Surprise! Koi Palace Just Opened a Dim Sum Restaurant in the Richmond
Surprise! Koi Palace Just Opened a Dim Sum Restaurant in the Richmond It's called Dragon Beaux, and it's already drawing lines. Those Koi Palace folks sure are good at keeping secrets: unbeknownst to pretty much everyone, they've opened a San Francis ... continue Eater SF
Tips from the Net @ Dragon Beaux
Noguera Chroot en
It's ok. Decent dim sum place in the avenues. A little pricey for dim sum. Had a wonton that had cold raw uncooked meat and was disgusting. At least they didn't charge for it. GooglePlace - October 2017
Phil Ye en
Recommended by the local, we arrived 15 minutes before it opens. There was already a line outside the entrance. The inside has a huge dining hall that can accommodate maybe 100 diners. Opposite to the old style dragon & phoenix decors, they have contemporary lighting and neoclassical seatings. They even have a digital display of waiting time. So modern. Similar innovation materialized with the dim sum. Multi-color soup dumplings (小笼包)and Bitter Melon Chicken Rice Crepe (凉瓜鸡丝肠粉). The service was adequate. The good thing is they don't push you to buy, quite different from other Dim sum places. We think we will go back again and try their dinner menu in the future. GooglePlace - October 2017
Serina Gee en
Pricey, but no denying the dim sum is delicious. The service was great too; we made reservations and were seated right away, our orders taken in a timely manner, etc. You can tell the staff works very hard! We ordered 4-5 different items, which was enough for a light dinner for two. GooglePlace - September 2017
Linda Yang en
One of my favorite dim sum places in the city. More high-end and creative than normal. Everything is good but I especially like the congee and crispy milk roll. Foursquare - September 2017
Jenny Chan en
Great, fancy dim sum spot to take out of towners and for celebrating special occasions. This is not your typical dim sum and is pricier than most, but you get exotic options that are not available elsewhere. A must try is the abalone tart, which tastes like an abalone pot pie. The best part is that you can make reservations for larger parties, which is extremely convenient for planning. GooglePlace - September 2017