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The story: Bao Down is considered an Asian fusion restaurant that gets its name for the Chinese-style steamed buns on the menu. It’s originally from Vancouver, B.C. where it has three locations. This month it opened its first U.S. outpost in San Francisco’s Executive Hotel Vintage Court near Union Square, which formerly housed the brief […]

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UPDATE: This restaurant closed in early November 2015.

The story: The people who made tacos hip with their Tacolicious restaurants now want to do the same with Chinese food, specifically Taiwanese-style street food through the restaurant Chino. (Note: The name officially has the Spanish-style punctuation where an exclamation point is seen first and last, […]

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Financial District workers in San Francisco have a range of food to choose form for lunch, from sit-down restaurants to sandwich shops to specialty food stands to gourmet takeaways. And now when they want a bit of Asian diner food, they can head to the Street Food Dojo kiosk.

Opened late last year, Dojo took […]

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The only thing I really know about Emeryville — the tiny city by the bay adjacent to Oakland and Berkeley — is that it has a lot of new condo developments and it’s the home of Pixar.

It’s not a real dining destination despite the rest of the Bay Area being known as a […]

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