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City View Restaurant
Chinese Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 AM – 2:30 PM
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662 Commercial St San Francisco, CA 94111
662 Commercial StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94111
$$Chinese Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Chinese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Dim Sum Restaurant
Cantonese Restaurant
Today 11:00 AM – 2:30 PM
Thursday 11:00 AM – 2:30 PMFriday 11:00 AM – 2:30 PMSaturday 10:00 AM – 2:30 PMSunday 10:00 AM – 2:30 PMMonday 11:00 AM – 2:30 PMTuesday 11:00 AM – 2:30 PMWednesday 11:00 AM – 2:30 PM
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Dumplings, pork buns & other Chinese dim sum dishes served in a basic space with white table linens.- Google
"We have enjoyed every meal ! There's also a great selection of dim sum!"
"It's a bit more expensive than the other dim sum restaurants, but it's worth it."
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Chad Katoff
a week ago
Best dim sum. I've taken 100 people here over the years and unless they are vegan or a health freak, they love it. Don't miss the sesame chicken.
Ashley Marks
a month ago
Good food and quick Service. About $30 pp without booze.
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Johnny Wang
a year ago
As far as dim sum goes, SF doesn't have much to offer. And that's not to say there's a lack of dim sum, because there certainly isn't: it's to say that, in spite of ALL the dim sum the city has to offer, they're all a bit lacking. Given that, to date, the best I've found in the area is Hong Kong Lounge, so compared to that, City View is even more... just okay. Going with a few coworkers, the four of us ordered a slough of things, from dumplings, to buns, to rolls, and etc - admittedly, some more Americanized dishes than I'm used to. But, of all these things, not a single one stood out as being particularly good (or bad) - just all very consistently okay. That said, the prices aren't too bad for this part of town, and coming in around noon without a reservation, the wait wasn't really more than about ten minutes. So, if I'm in dire need of some dim sum, I could see myself coming here again - though, there are a number of other places to try in the immediate area as well! ***Accessibility Info*** Venue - A fairly large restaurant, possibly with multiple floors (I wasn't paying particular attention to this part). Tables are spaced out pretty well enough that there's space to navigate through the halls, but not so far apart that all the seats between tables are suitable for wheelchairs. Bathroom - Didn't check them out.
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Nicole Lugtu
a year ago
My favorite place to get dimsum! Especially love their xiao long bao
S Chiu
2 months ago
Finally some place in Chinatown worth eating at. Sorry I am new school. I Iike the paper on the table and real tea. Food is fresh, interesting enough rather than the same old greasy recipes.
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Dae Woo Son
a week ago
Solid dim sum. Recommended to me by a Chinese colleague.
Rose Hartley
a year ago
Tiny bites of heaven that fill you up before you're ready. -Decent prices. -SHOW UP BEFORE 11:30. This place gets crowded. -It's DIM SUM, people! What's not to love?
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Yvette Ngo
a year ago
My favorite spot in the city for dim sum thus far. I love that there's no wait (if you come around 11:30 AM). It's a bit more expensive than the other dim sum restaurants, but it's worth it. The pan-fried shrimp and chives dumpling is delicious! They have a spinach dumpling and lobster/crab claw that you dip with a sweet and tangy sauce that I'm also a fan of. The steamed egg custard buns are to die for!