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Adventures in Nanking (San Francisco)

The text message came about halfway to San Francisco -- somewhere around the smelly cow place on the 5 freeway. It read, "House of Nanking. It's in the financial district. 919 Kearny St. Between Columbus and Jackson."

The day before, our friend Gerry had told about his favorite Chinese food restaurant in San Francisco, and was following up to make sure we got there. We're happy he did. There are plenty of online reviews available, so we won't go into that here. Let's just leave it at: It was a memorable dining experience with very good food. Since we let Owner & Chef, Peter Fang, order for us, we're not axactly sure of the name of everything we ate. The snapshots can tell the rest of the story.

Brenna's Tea


Fried Calamari

Not sure what this was called...

...and inside was this!!

Shrimp and Eggplant SaladThe Aftermath








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Reader Comments (2)

Holy Crap! How the heck'you format those pics like that? Just a-frickin'-mazing, that's what that is. Plus, the food looked darn wonderful.

Jan 12, 2009 at 10:50 PM | Unregistered Commenternoho1960

oh my, am I hungry now. Those photos do Nanking justice. The photos and the food look wonderful.

Jan 13, 2009 at 6:09 AM | Unregistered CommenterGerry

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