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M.y. China

  1. Empire Building
    Martin Yan Taking M.Y. China to Santa Rosa?
  2. The Other Critics
    Miller Finds Satisfaction, If Not Value, at M.Y. China and Hakkasan; Roth Is WonTrick Dog, Roth says, could have been a parody of itself, but ‘the conceit works because the cocktails do.’
  3. Grub Guides
    The Six Best Places for Wings in S.F.These are our best bets, Asian and otherwise.
  4. The Other Critics
    Michael Bauer Mostly Enjoys M.Y. China; Hirsch Discovers Some Great LebaneseArabian Nights has surprisingly good Lebanese food, in a space on Mission next to a smoke shop.
  5. The Other Critics
    Anna Roth Says M.Y. China Is Decent, If Overpriced; Miller Reviews Bars WithMiller loves the new drinks at Rich Table and Hog & Rocks.
  6. Actually Pretty Awesome
    Actually Pretty Awesome: Bang Bang Chicken Wings at M.Y. ChinaThey’re an above-average example of the fried-and-sauced Sichuan chicken wings you may already be familiar with.
  7. Price Check
    Should a Few Dim Sum Dumplings Cost $20? Like Ever?At M.Y. China they clock in at $18 for five, albeit with black truffle.
  8. Openings
    Step Inside M.Y. China, Opening Today for LunchWe’ve also got some food porn for you too.
  9. Not-So-Hopelessly Delayed
    No Really, M.Y. China Is Opening, on December 3Martin Yan’s restaurant on the fourth floor of the Westfield has had its share of delays.
  10. Previews
    M.Y. China to Feature Vintage Snuff BottlesIt’s opening, finally, in mid-November.
  11. Neighborhood Watch
    Suika Opens on 18th Street; Adesso Introduces Roman-Style Pizza; and MoreAlso, M.Y. China gets rendered.
  12. Previews
    Martin Yan’s M.Y. China, Due in Late October, Announces ChefHe’s a world-champion noodle-puller.
  13. Openings
    La Boulange Opens Monday Under the Westfield Dome; M.Y. China Coming inM.Y. China’s been delayed a touch.
  14. Video Feed
    Watch One of Martin Yan’s Noodle Dancers From M.Y. ChinaHe’ll be a prominent feature of the restaurant, opening in mid-May.
  15. Pre-Previews
    Martin Yan’s Westfield Restaurant Project Changes Name to M.Y. ChinaAlso, they’re now saying February 2012 for an opening.