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Good Luck Dim Sum

We did the calculations, and the likelihood that you’ll find us lined up outside of Good Luck Dim Sum on any given morning is approximately 73%. The cash-only dim sum bakery in the Richmond has everything from shrimp har gow to turnip cakes to sesame balls. But don’t leave without also ordering one of their massive baked BBQ pork buns. Good Luck Dim Sum is the perfect first stop before heading to Golden Gate Park for a picnic, or if you’re in need of breakfast or lunch that won’t cost over $10.

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