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8.3

Dragon Beaux

$$$$(415) 333-8899
Hours:THU
11AM-2:30PM5:30PM-10PM
Perfect For:BrunchBig Groups

We go to Dragon Beaux whenever we want more creative takes on dim sum, like sea bass dumplings and black truffle squid ink xiao long bao. This incredible spot is run by the same folks behind Koi Palace and Palette Tea House, and every time we come here, our table transforms into a colorful spread of dumplings, siu mai, and bao. Their menu is pretty extensive too, and aside from dim sum they also do hot pot, congee, seafood, BBQ, and other great Cantonese dishes.

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