R&G Lounge

Credits:  Papers from Lana Koopman Digital Designs — squares paper, striped paper and turq diamonds;  Elements from Pink and me kit by Pouyou

When in San Francisco, a visit to Chinatown is a must even on limited time.  Tired from all the walking we did at the Fancy Food Show, my brothers and cousins decided that an early comforting dinner was called for.  R&G Lounge at the corner of Clay and Kearny came to mind.

Their famous salt and pepper crabs deep-fried to perfection – sweet, juicy and some parts crispy.

And then there’s the Peking Duck with its golden brown crispy skin and juicy meat.

The Beef Brisket and Turnip soup cooked in a clay pot, I particularly liked because the flavorful broth reminds me of a similar soup my grandma used to make.

Recognized as one of the best Chinese restaurant in San Francisco Bay Area, R&G is a go-to for reasonably priced traditional Cantonese meal.  From a restaurant that seats 50 people when it opened in 1985, it is today a 3-storey restaurant that can serve up to 250 people.

Despite the expansion, lines are still long which only says that people continue to flock there for one good reason – the mouth-watering dishes that come out of their kitchen.

Useful Info:

R&G Lounge
631 Kearny St.,
San Francisco, CA
Tel:  (415) 982-7877
http://www.rnglounge.com
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5 Responses to R&G Lounge

  1. ewok1993 says:

    saliva inducing dishes like that no wonder lines are ever present.

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  2. Lana Koopman says:

    Thanks for featuring my papers in your layout. It is a beautiful layout and the food looks so yummy!

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  3. wistandnuts says:

    I feel like running to The Noodle House tomorrow to have a pecking duck!

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  4. mouth-watering food! I also make it a point to visit every China Town of a new place I visit just for the gastronomic experience and visual smorgasbord.

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