Fodor's Expert Review Hang Ah Dim Sum Tea House

$ Chinatown Chinese
Enjoying the barbecue pork buns and curry chicken at this Chinatown icon dating to 1920 is a bite into both culinary history and San Francisco's past. Located on an alley, it's one of the smaller, more homey, and less frenetic sit-down dim sum choices in the city, with a small dining room simply decorated with pieces of Chinese art and a few Bruce Lee movie posters.
Chinese Historical Casual Lunch Dinner $

Quick Facts

1 Pagoda Pl.
San Francisco, California  94108, USA

415-982–5686

hangahdimsumsf.com

Known For:
  • Being the country's first dim sum house
  • Soup dumplings
  • Red-bean bun desserts decorated like cute animals

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