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Just had lunch for two at Tian Sing Chinese Restaurant. We tried the chilli peppers (capsicums) with black bean & chilli oil, stir fried brisket with baby eggplant and chilli, and Hunan style crisp belly pork with chillies. We ate all the dishes with rice, Chinese style. The first dish, with its wok-blistered yellow and red chilli peppers and fried green chiilies, had a delicious flamboyance that was tempered by the smoky salty black beans and chilli oil. The brisket was tender and tasty, though a tad dry. The third dish consisted of melt-in-your-mouth belly pork morsels with chillies on a bed of diced snake beans. The fire of a hot wok was evident in the pork. The service was efficient and friendly. Tian Sing Chinese Restaurant is definitely worth a pilgrimage if you're a red hot chilli lover.
After zigzaging through the horrible SF downtown traffic on a friday afternoon, we finally got to Dim Sum Bar, after reading some decent Yelp reviews. We ordered 3 dishes: chicken, pork, and string beans with tofu. When all the dishes came, it turned out that all of them were deep fried. I guess that's really our fault for not reading the menu more carefully. We were hoping that the string bean and tofu was at least on the healthy side. The chicken and pork were not bad. But the string beans/tofu was one of the saltiest dishes I have ever had. I think they put way too much soy sauce. I guess it was also our fault that we were too nice to tell the waiter/owner. Customer service was not too shaby though.