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M.Y. China
Chinese Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
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Westfield San Francisco Centre 845 Market St San Francisco, CA 94103
845 Market StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94103
$$Chinese RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 9:30 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 9:30 pmSunday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
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Upmarket Chinese restaurant spotlighting hand-pulled noodles, classy cocktails & a flashy setting.- Google
"We had Dan Dan Noodles, Wok Seared Beef, Beef Hand Pulled Noodles."
"Beef Hand Pulled Noodle Soup, hands down!"
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Emilee Taylor
a month ago
Came here for the Fried chicken. One of the best fried chicken's i've ever had. Fried up crispy and tender juicy chicken inside. It's about the crispyness and the sauce. Tooked up great and the noodles were not too mushy as they sometimes get when overcooked. Waits for a table can be long though
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Adam Lasnik
3 months ago
Wonderfully delicious dinner! I ate here with a group of about 15 friends last night, sharing many dishes, and was surprised and delighted that I loved *everything*! Great flavors, texture, meat quality, etc. And very attentive service! Our water glasses were refilled frequently, the table was wiped and cleared several times, and so on. Also, the owner, Martin Yan, came by our table to say hi, sporting a big friendly grin. You can tell he's truly in love with making people happy with food :). My only quibble was that the seating was a bit uncomfortable (I was pretty squished up against the guy sitting at the table next to me) and a couple of us kept getting dripped on by a condensed pipe above our heads :\. But this situation might have been due to us trying to squeeze way too many people into a single long table and likely doesn't reflect the normal seating situation. I look forward to returning and trying more from the super-tasty and well-executed menu!
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Clara S L
6 months ago
At this elegant establishment, Chinese cuisine is elevated to a previously unimaginable level. How? It's Martin Yan's place. 'Nuff said. MUST try: wild boar lettuce cups, whole wheat potstickers, slow cooked beef & hand pulled noodles, pork & black truffle dumplings. Make reservations in advance, or risk getting buried in the throng of people waiting for a seat. This addictive restaurant can get hectic and the wait long. Great for groups or dates, though the noise level can become a hinderance to private conversations. Try to get seated at a booth if you can.
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Baymax The Robot
4 months ago
My parents have been watching Martin Yan's cooking shows all the time. And in August 2013, when I heard that this restaurant is coming, I checked on YouTube for info. I can't wait to try the scissor cut noodles!
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Tony Potts
3 months ago
Gotta start off by saying that we were served by perhaps the best waitress I have ever experienced. She was spot on with timing, suggestions, encouragement, and just the right amount of humor. Type of server I imagine at a much more expensive place that this. Food was really good. We picked out a few items and then our server filled in the blanks to get an awesome family-style meal. Pork tacos and the king pao chicken really stuck out as did the walnut shrimp. Decor wasn't really inviting, but the food and service was so good, I barely noticed.
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Richard Luong
5 months ago
Review for their Happy Hour Great: - One of few places that serves dim sum in Mid-Market - Fried Chicken Wings are delicious with a slight citrus afternote - Easily accessible via public transportation - Great location (Under the Dome at the Westfield Mall) Not so Great: - Dishes are fairly expensive at $5 each - Only available during Happy Hour - Traditional dim sum dishes are lackluster My picks: - Shanghai Soup Dumpling (each dumpling comes with its own spoon -- how convenient!) - Fried Chicken Wings
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Adrian Sanchez
7 months ago
It's a really nice spot for a mall. Now we have three options at the Westfiled Center for a good meal and ambience. I really like the way the new-asian influence is reflected throughout the decor, with a great open bar, awesome staff and tasty cocktails. Try the MaiTai, it was really well done. We ordered appetizers and they all were super good, perfect setting for happy hour or even a quick meal before going to the movies. Great selection of drinks, food and overall a nice experience. Would come back again.
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Anthony Garcia
9 months ago
Amazing experience, unexpected since it's a restaurant in a mall but the Westfield does it right. Owned by Martin Yan, the menu gives you an incredible selection of dishes celebrating the many flavors of asian cuisine. That sounds very travel-brochure-speak but the experience is one not to miss. They have a soup with short-rib that was a favorite and delicious steamed buns as well. They have a special off menu siu mai that can be ordered off the Westfield mobile app only for a limited time.
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