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Good Mong Kok

Perfect For:BreakfastBrunch


1039 Stockton St, San Francisco
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Good Mong Kok always has a line out the door—partly because the tiny takeout-only bakery has limited standing room, but mostly because the grab-and-go dim sum options are some of the best in the city. Char siu (barbecue pork) buns, turnip cakes, shrimp dumplings, and sticky rice wrapped in lotus leaf stay warm inside giant steamer baskets until they’re snapped up. The line at this Chinatown shop moves quickly though, so be sure to study the window display while you stand and wait. After you’ve made your selections, take your carry-out boxes to a nearby park for a picnic, or dig right in while sitting in your car—you won’t be the only one.

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