Sugar puffs – M.Y. China

Sugar puffs - M.Y. China
Four pieces served with three sauces. Prosperity dinner $88
M.Y. China, San Francisco CA

I’m not sure how 4 pieces becomes 2 pieces with only 1 sauce, but I think it’s lame – FAIL! If your menu says one thing, maybe you have the responsibility of actually delivering what it says.

Fire cracker wok tossed longevity noodle – M.Y. China

Fire cracker wok tossed longevity noodle - M.Y. China
Wild seasonal mushrooms, sichuan pickled vegetables. Prosperity dinner $88
M.Y. China, San Francisco CA

Although this was SUPER greasy, it had a good flavor that I enjoyed. It would suck if you’re a vegetarian though because the menu description doesn’t mention bbq pork anywhere! What a surprise you would have received.

Good fortune seafood treasury – M.Y. China

Good fortune seafood treasury - M.Y. China
Shrimp, scallop, calamari with mixed greens and mushrooms. Prosperity dinner $88
M.Y. China, San Francisco CA

This was actually pretty good (surprising since I’ve hated almost everything I’ve had at M.Y. China). The seafood was good nicely (not overcooked) and the sauce was light and didn’t overpower the ingredients.

Wild boar scissor cut noodles – M.Y. China

Wild boar scissor cut noodles - M.Y. China
Bean sprouts, scallion, wood ear mushrooms. $14
M.Y. China, San Francisco CA

Have I expressed how much I hate this restaurant? Well I do. This dish was on the 7×7 list and if they ever place another M.Y. China on a future list, I’ll happily skip it. The service and food here are just crap and I refuse to support them any longer.

7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2014

Bulleit bourbon Manhattan cocktail - M.Y. China
Bulleit bourbon Manhattan. $17
Really?! Seventeen dollars for a Manhattan?! Ugh, can this restaurant closed down already?