Yank Sing / San Francisco

101 Spear St inside Rincon Center San Francisco 94105
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 10:00 - 16:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 11:00 - 15:00
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Tips from the Net @ Yank Sing
Raghav Bhatnagar en
Excellent Food!! I absolutely loved the dumplings and the mango pudding, I would reccomend this to any of my friends. Purely amazing food. GooglePlace - July 2017
Joe Chaffin en
Echoing lots of other reviews: Expensive, yes, but OH so good! Some of the best XLB I have had ($14 for 6 pieces...ouch!), and fantastic barbecue pork buns. Easy to get to; no Chinatown parking hassles. For us, worth it! GooglePlace - June 2017
Ted Giraldin en
Sunday brunch at Yank Sing... it will make you sing! Get a reservation for around 11 or 11:30 and try your best to be patient enough to not eat every delicious, delectable dumpling that dances by! Wonderful! An institution in San Francisco and for good reason! GooglePlace - March 2017
Joseph Catrambone en
Despite the often enormous line, things move pretty fast. The prices are also pretty solid for the amount of food given, even in light of the rest of the area. Portions are bigger than most. I had the black-pepper chicken recently and very much enjoyed it. Might try it again. The Phoenix combo is another popular item. Everything is hot and fairly fresh if you go around lunch. GooglePlace - February 2017
Matt Lagrotte en
The dim sum was fantastic. I've been to many dim sum restaurants in NYC, Chicago and Seattle and this one does not disappoint. Visually, I have seen much nicer, but upon eating them, wow, about the best I have had. Service was friendly and above average and the tea was good. Don't let it steep too long though, it got bitter after a while. They also make their own hot pepper oil (I think that's what I read) and it was good. The portions were typical for dim sum. The prices were a little high but that was to be expected in this location. I guarantee that I will be back! GooglePlace - January 2017