Peking ribs – Yank Sing

Peking ribs - Yank Sing
$8.90
Yank Sing, San Francisco CA

Mmm, these ribs were great. I liked the simple and elegant presentation. The sauce was very tasty and slightly sticky so it stayed on the ribs fairly well.

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Chinese broccoli – Yank Sing

Chinese broccoli - Yank Sing
With oyster sauce. $6.50
Yank Sing, San Francisco CA

This was pretty good. I liked the presentation and that everything was was cut to size. Yum.

Hot tea - Yank Sing
Hot tea. $1.95
I think it’s lame that they charge you for tea, but don’t tell you that. Lame!

Shanghai kurobuta pork dumpling – Yank Sing

Shanghai kurobuta pork dumpling - Yank Sing
Xiao long bao. $12.95
Yank Sing, San Francisco CA

Mmm, these were really good! The wrapper was thin and delicate and the soup and pork filling were delicious. There were probably some of the better XLB I’ve had in a while!

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Vinegar sauce with ginger - Yank Sing
Vinegar sauce with ginger.

Sesame ball – Yank Sing

Sesame ball Yank Sing

Not quite sure what the dough is made out of in this sesame ball, but it’s definitely covered in sesame seeds and deep fried. $1.10
Yank Sing, San Francisco

I totally lucked out when I went to get this because I had to wait a couple minutes and they were straight out of the oven. I don’t know if it’s because they were so fresh or if Yank Sing truly does make the best sesame balls, but these frickin’ ROCKED!

Sesame ball Yank Sing

Inside of the sesame ball. I took this pic before I actually reached the dark doughy part in the middle.

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