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Yank Sing - Rincon Center
Yank Sing - Rincon Center
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  • Address:
    101 Spear Street
    San Francisco, CA 94105
    Financial District / Embarcadero
  • Cuisine:
    Dim Sum
    Price: $30 and under

Yank Sing - Rincon Center Details

  • Dining Style: Casual Elegant
  • Website: http://www.yanksing.com
  • Phone: (415) 781-1111
  • Hours of Operation:
    Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am -3:00pm
    Lunch: Saturday - Sunday: 10:00am - 4:00pm
  • Payment Options: AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
  • Cuisine: Dim Sum, Chinese, Asian
  • Executive Chef: Andy Kwok
  • Dress Code: Casual Dress
  • Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
  • Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Beer, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Full Bar, High Tea, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
  • Private Party Contact: Vera Chan-Waller (415) 957-9990

Getting there

  • Cross Street: Mission Street
  • Public Transit: BART, MUNI and the Ferry Building are all a short walk.
  • Parking: Private Lot
  • Parking Details: On weekdays validated parking is available for the first two hours at a cost of $4.00. On weekends and holidays validated parking is available for the first three hours and is complimentary.
A word from Yank Sing - Rincon Center
It’s impossible to mention great dim sum in San Francisco and not hear about Yank Sing. Founded by Alice Chan in 1958, son Henry started wrapping dumplings at age 9 and moved the business to 49 Stevenson in 1974 where it became an instant financial district favorite. Today, a third generation of Chan’s continues the family tradition, creating nearly 100 items each day to roll out on the trolleys. One of the best things about Yank Sing is the vast array of both traditional and modern dim sum known as the “creative collection.” Try Grandma Alice’s famous chicken and mushroom dumpling dotted with garlic, water chestnut, and cilantro. The classic shu mai are the best in townContinued
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