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Tuesday, 12 January 2016

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kat

the chocolates sound good!

Sandy

I met some friends for dim sum at Zen Peninsula a few years ago; I don't remember the food, but it was relatively empty for a weekend lunch. Hong Kong Flower Lounge isn't too far away, and that place is always packed.

Soo @ hungryones

Mmm... I would have added the pork neck to the noodles. :-)

Kirk

The Missus did enjoy them Kat.

We thought about HKFL sandy....but also knew it was going to be a madhouse. Just didn't realize that ZP would be that empty.

Too tough Soo.....would not have done well, unless sliced into small pieces...which would have been kinda odd at the table, no?

Steve

Our go-to dim sum in the Bay Area is always Koi Palace in Daly City.

So good!

But, it'll cost you an arm and a leg.

Kirk

Hi Steve - We'd been to Koi Palace (return after a looong time) and were somehow not that impressed.

http://mmm-yoso.typepad.com/mmmyoso/2014/03/roadtrip-koi-palace-daly-city-18-years-later.html

I first visited back in 1996 when the place first opened and was wow'd...all these years later; not so much.

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