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Tian Sing

Dim Sum Restaurant and Chinese Restaurant
Downtown San Francisco-Union Square, San Francisco
  • Anderson S.
    "... you should try the won ton, filled w/cream cheese and shrimp!..."(2 Tips)
    Kimura F.
    "121 Seafood Stir Fry Udon"(3 Tips)
    Joe B.
    "Chicken chow mein and pot stickers are great."(2 Tips)
    Claudio P.
    "They prepare it with cream cheese!! Delicious"(2 Tips)
22 Tips and reviews
  • Chinese food
  • wontons
  • potstickers
  • udon
  • stir fry
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  • Anderson S.
    Anderson SaitoSeptember 3, 2012
    This chinese restaurant is very very good! The taste of the foods prepared on wok were amazing! If you like cream cheese, you should try the won ton, filled w/cream cheese and shrimp! Fantastic!
  • Kimura F.
    Kimura F.September 3, 2013
    #121 Seafood Stir Fry Udon is very good; tender calamaris, good ingredients, tasteful. Recommended ($12.00).
  • Joe B.
    Joe BertinoJuly 30, 2011
    Some of the best chinese food in the Union Square area. Chicken chow mein and pot stickers are great.
  • Claudio P.
    Claudio PortoSeptember 3, 2012
    You musy try the won ton!! They prepare it with cream cheese!! Delicious
  • Diane
    DianeAugust 26, 2011
    The waitress clearly jumped on us the first second with some appetizers, pushing us to order. Some clients seemed to be shoked. The food is not bad but not amazing!
  • Annette O.
    Annette O DDecember 9, 2011
    Like others have said, good but very small dimsum. I guess that's the city (non Chinatown) price tag. Make sure your check is correct. They automatically tack on 15% tip (service charge)
  • Aimee V.
    Aimee VarNovember 7, 2010
    Be warned that many items are a la carte. A side of jasmine ride is $1.50 so calculate that into your meal price.
  • Shelly C.
    Shelly Crouse-MonarezSeptember 21, 2013
    Quiet, refreshing, but adds up quick!
  • Dave L.
    Dave LiaoNovember 5, 2015
    Priced for the neighborhood, but decent food quality!
  • Chika E.
    Chika EmekaJanuary 11, 2012
    The sweet and sour chicken and spring rolls are d
  • Al S.
    Al SSeptember 27, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    Quality food, but portions are less than large. Get Kung Pao something. Extra spicy.
  • Joe C.
    Joe ChildsJune 9, 2011
    One of the nest and most value-priced Chinese downtown
  • Dave H.
    Dave HoppeAugust 18, 2011
    Saki and dim sung. Great combination.
  • @BilalJaffery
    @BilalJafferyAugust 11, 2014
    Good sized portions.
  • Anthony A.
    Anthony AJune 30, 2010
    The filet of sole from the dim sum cart was especially good.
  • Alex C.
    Alex ChanJuly 5, 2011
    Be warned that dim sum portions are small and costly.
  • herm p.
    herm pugayApril 7, 2015
    Overpriced for what you get and Chinatown is close by for a meal.
  • Kelly W.
    Kelly WestApril 23, 2012
    Like others have said, beware the 15% "Service Charge." It is already added into your bill. Ok food, nothing spectacular. Average service.
  • Raymond D.
    Raymond DyDecember 5, 2012
    A bit pricey
  • Michael L.
    Michael LiJuly 8, 2013
    Mediocre food, would avoid since you're right next to Chinatown.
  • Nazli Y.
    Nazli YuzakFebruary 20, 2011
    I think the dim sums are too expensive.
  • Diego A.
    Diego AOctober 16, 2015
    No se si sea la mejor comida china de SF, pero almenos la mejor que he probado
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