TAKE YOUR TASTE BUDS ON A DELICIOUS JOURNEY THROUGH THE OLDEST (AND LARGEST) CHINATOWN IN AMERICA.
San Francisco’s Chinatown is the oldest and largest in America, enticing locals and tourists alike with dining options from every region of China and for every budget.
Below, pick up your chopsticks and dig in at Newsweek’s picks for the best restaurants in Chinatown.
1. China Live
Don’t think of this 30,000-square-foot space as just a place to eat: The China Live complex includes a retail market, casual café (Oolong), prix-fixe-only restaurant (Eight Tables by George Chen), and a speakeasy-type scotch bar (Cold Drinks). The menu at the mid-level eatery, simply called Market Restaurant, changes daily—though above-average takes on staples like pork dumplings, Peking duck and Taiwanese noodle soup making regular appearances.
– Newsweek (05.24.19)