There are hot pot places all around the Richmond, but Spices! is one of the few we’ve found that does dry hot pot. They also do great spicy fried chicken, cumin lamb, mapo tofu, and other Sichuan specialties. Plus, it’s super affordable, so you can walk out with enough money to buy a carton of milk afterwards to cool your mouth down.
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Marla Bakery is an excellent spot for pastries and brunch in the Richmond - get a spot on the back patio.
Violet’s in the Richmond is a good neighborhood date stop for cocktails and a light bite.
Nourish Cafe is a neighborhood spot in the Inner Richmond that also happens to be good for you.
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The menu at this Chinatown restaurant, which throws unusual ingredients into the mix, is interesting and delicious but not trying too hard.
Lai Hong Lounge 荔香小館
Lai Hong Lounge in Chinatown is an old-school banquet hall with solid dim sum that’s great for big groups.
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One of our go-to spots for some Authentic Ethnic Eats, Burma Superstar is a gem. Call in your order and get it to go if you aren't a fan of hour-long waits.
Pearl is a great option for a long weekend brunch or a casual weeknight dinner in the Richmond.
Hong Kong Lounge II
Hong Kong Lounge II is a Chinese spot in the Richmond ideal for eating all the dim sum in sight.
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