Hang Ah Dim Sum Tea House is tucked away in the Pagoda Alley. It has been serving San Francisco locals, tourists, and Chinese families looking for a taste of home since 1920.
Customers here like the Har Gow (Shrimp Dumplings), potstickers with house-made chili oil, fried shrimp balls, Gin Cha Siu Bow (Pan-fried Pork Bun), and Sui Mai, just name a few of many popular dishes. They are fresh and flavorful, and the texture is amazing.
Hang Ah means “aroma and elegant” in Chinese, indicating that you can enjoy the dim sum at a leisurely pace. Also, few people know that this restaurant is actually located on the old site of an incense manufacturer. (And you can still smell it, to some degree!) This might add a bit of ritual to your food exploration.
They accept all types of credit cards. Be sure to pay attention to the signs on the street, otherwise you might miss it!