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Chefs' Favorite Chinese Restaurants in the U.S.

For chefs like Momofuku's David Chang, “Chinese food is a comfort food. It’s what I want to eat after I've spent 48 hours traveling, or h...
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San Francisco; Jai Yun
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    San Francisco; Jai Yun

    “It’s not a fine dining restaurant; they offer home-style Chinese food so it is simply prepared with great care,” explains Pichet Ong of NYC’s Sugar and Plumm. “It’s the style of cooking you would get if you visited someone’s home anywhere in Asia who has a home chef.” There is no menu here; instead customers are asked to decide on a per-person spending budget to determine which seasonal small plates will be provided for the table. 680 Clay St.; (415) 981-7438

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