Ton Kiang is a longtime local fixture for dim sum, invariably packed and noisy. Don't miss the Shanghai dumplings, filled with meat and a shot of hot soup.
Ton Kiang is a longtime local fixture for dim sum, invariably packed and noisy, especially during peak hours (10am–3pm). Dining rooms on two floors fill up mid-morning with extended families, neighborhood regulars, weekend brunchers, and adventurous tourists all clamoring to get the attention of the ladies rolling around carts of steamed and fried Chinese dumplings, glistening roast duck, sticky rice wrapped in lotus leaves, clay pot stews and sweet egg custard tarts. For novices, the best strategy is to ignore the menu and just point at what looks and smells tasty. Don't miss the Shanghai dumplings, filled with meat and a shot of hot soup, or the crab claws stuffed with shrimp. And save room for a Chinese doughnuts—deep-fried chewy puffs rolled in sugar.
|Venue name:||Ton Kiang||Contact:|
5821 Geary Blvd
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thu 10am–9pm; Fri 10am–9:30pm; Sat 9:30am–9:30pm; Sun 9am–9pm|