Good variety of dim sum but the latest creative menus are kind of disappointing..
Everything on the menu are good.
Luobogao, youtiao changfen
Amazing food and service!! Super fast but not rushed.
baked pork buns, hargow, shumai, GARLIC GREEN Beans, deep fried crab
Delicious dim sum, the best soft tofu that I've ever had! Come early or be prepared for a wait-they have a nifty number system so you can pick up a number and get a call when you're next in line.
Best dim sum in the Northern California! They have all the traditional Hong Kong or Cantonese dim sum dishes. in addition, the chef over the years have created innovative dishes. Ck dim sum menu w pic
The most packed Dim Sum place that I have been to. Which means it's really good. Try their abalone egg tart its a must.
Some of the best Shanghai dumplings I've had
Bummed that dim sum is only at lunch but what should I expect? Fresh seafood is where this place excels in the dinner menu.
Dim sum 7.
Truly fantastic dim sum. Very likely the best I've ever had
It doesn't get more legit than this. The best dim sum I've ever eaten.
Fried taro dumpling is the must! Remember to get the small egg tart or u will regret it!
Another popular venue popular for holding wedding ceremonies
Lunch time. Deep fried taro dumplings is awesome.
The horrendous wait is somehow completely worth it. Get the dragon's beard desserts by the entrance while you wait.
Pick up a fast pass and check out the other rides in the meantime. (Just kidding. You will be waiting at least 45 minutes for food.)
Dim sum, egg custard
Yes, Koi is most known for their Dim Sum, and it's excellent. But don't sleep on their dinner menu! Salt&pepper crab, smoked sea bass, and handmade dragon's beard candies in front shouldn't be missed!
The dim sum is good but the waits are horrific, especially when the "VIP" customers show up and cut the line. Your best bet is to go with a smallish group (i.e. 4-6 people) and show up early.
Really, is any dim sum worth an hour+ wait? I wonder?
This is great dim sum place!
Get here early on the weekends. Stay for a long time.
Highly recommend the whole Dungeness crab dumplings and legs. The rice noodle with fried fish is a real stand out! Don't forget soup dumplings with meat and crab roe. Delicious!
If you go there for dim sum, they have a fish prepared two ways, in porridge and wrapped in white rice noodles. Super good but u need 4 or more ppl to get a decent taste of diff dim sum.
They're very crowded so it's better to go early. Their food is very delicious.
Very good dim sum but there are Places in the outer sunset w 5min wait that are just as good.
Try the duck burrito.
It might be great for dim sum but dinner was not impressive at all.
Awesome Dim Sum. I was lucky to get an immediate seat at 1pm during the week. Totally packed. Food is excellent.
Perhaps the best Bay Area dimsum. If you must visit on a weekend, do yourself a huge favor and line up 15 min before they open. Otherwise, you could be looking at a 1+hr wait.
Expect long waits. Dim sum is mediocre at best and its expensive. Not the best dim sum place I've been to so far.
Dirty bathroom...someone peed on the floor
Get there before opening for the first wave. Chinese doughnuts are a surprising must try.
Dim sum heaven!!! What a surprise!
best dimsum around. prepare to wait. like 1-2hrs.
Get there before 11 or be prepared for a 1-2 hour wait. Lunch favs - #223, #201, #307, and #510 for dessert.
On weekends you'd better come early! Huge line.
There are not a lot options for these type of restaurants in the city.
The place is always packed but well worth the wait! Don't forget to try the dragon beard candy they make there too!
The ideal dinner for two: half roast duck, honey walnut prawns, shanghai steamed dumplings, Chinese broccoli, and egg puff pastries for dessert. Easy. Delicious.
Get the duck with buns and suckling pig when here for dinner. Try to snag an invite to one of your Chinese friends' banquets ;)