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Tommy Toy's Cuisine Chinoise
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Today 11:30AM–2PM, 5:30–9:30PM
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655 Montgomery St San Francisco, CA 94111
655 Montgomery StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94111
(415) 397-4888
$$$Restaurant, Fine Dining Restaurant
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Chinese Restaurant
Today 11:30AM–2PM, 5:30–9:30PM
Tuesday 11:30AM–2PM, 5:30–9:30PMWednesday 11:30AM–2PM, 5:30–9:30PMThursday 11:30AM–2PM, 5:30–9:30PMFriday 11:30AM–2PM, 5:30–9:30PMSaturday 5:30–9:30PMSunday 5:30–9:30PMMonday 11:30AM–2PM, 5:30–9:30PM
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Tommy Toy's created its Award Winning Chinese-French Fusion Cuisine elegantly served amongst Chinese antiques and tapestries reminiscent of the Empress Dowager's dining room.
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"Excellent, and very expensive, upscale Chinese food in an elegant setting."
"Spend less and enjoy more at some of the other chinatown haunts."
"Gosh could we use a Tommy Toy branch in South Florida."
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keith abrams
7 years ago
i can't believe i let dine about town sucker me into going here. the worst of the tourist traps, it suckers people into not only thinking that crappy food is decent, but it's not even chinese food. the old boys club atmosphere even makes it more bizarro.
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Raigen Padayachee
12 years ago
a sf tourist-trap with star-studded photos adorning the entrance way and quntiseential asian-themed decor. shrimp, squaw and chicken dishes were generally bland and lacked the depth or imagination i expected from a 'landmark' restaurant. although not sampled, the coconut soup was impressively presented and looked delicious. spend less and enjoy more at some of the other chinatown haunts.
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Jay Forrest
5 years ago
I had the privilege of being treated at Tommy Toy's by a well known customer. While he wasn't present, the experience was divine and we were treated like rock stars. Simply the most divine Chinese food I have ever had. Every dish was perfect. I presume by the enthusiasm that other tables had similarly positive experiences. Highly recommended!
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A Google User
2 years ago
Nothing wrong with serving eastern cuisine with a modern western touch - as long as the cuisine part holds up. Not impressed by the food. Service and ambiance were fine, but a tad pretentious.
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rick emmanuel
8 years ago
i was here 10 years ago and it left an impression to go back for special spendy occassions. i was surprised that not much has changed, same food and same decor. maybe, even the same staff. the food is not as i remember neither was the service. overall, over-hyped, overpriced psuedo-upscale chinese cuisine. will not go back as there are other deserving restaurants to dine at.
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Doug Anderson
2 years ago
OUR FAVORITE CHINESE: A little formulaic for my taste so whenever we're in San Francisco, we listen to the waiter explain the "special dinner" and then ask for a menu. A few minutes later we agree to have the "special dinner" which is wonderful. We live in Palm Beach 6 months/year during which time we very much miss "ethnic foods". Gosh could we use a Tommy Toy branch in South Florida.
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Lieu Hennessy
3 years ago
I have to say hand down for this restaurant. IT A FAMOUS Restaurant, many celebritys they going there and enjoying fantastic meal. I would Like to go there eat again.
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Alex A
5 years ago
Excellent, and very expensive, upscale Chinese food in an elegant setting. Be on an expense account or bring a wad of cash.

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