Friday, October 28, 2005

Lunch at Gold Mountain, San Francisco, CA

Since our favorite dim sum place seemed to have disappeared into thin air, we are trying out new places. Gold Mountain was one of them and it was pretty good and came to only $12 per person.

Spinich and Shrimp Dumpling
Very clean tasting.

Spare Ribs
These were ok, a little too chewy for my taste. I did like the addition of black beans.

Usually the server will cut these up into smaller pieces, but here, these huge meatballs were left whole. They were tasty though.

Pork Shu Mai
These yummy little shu mai were topped with shrimn and little crunchy bits.

This was ok, but not great.

Fish Balls, Squid, and Tendon
This dish was supplemented with gross fish balls and there was not enough tendon for Giao.

Har Gow
These little shrimp dumplings were quite good, the skins quite tender.

Seaweed Salad
This seaweed salad paled in comparison to any Japanese.

Food: 1
Service: 0 (Typical Dim Sum cart pushers)
Decor: 0


Health Code Violations

that delight: P also enchants the food to me, hurts that it gets fat as much: (
my name is claudia
puerto montt, Chile
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