Chinese FOOD TOUR of the OLDEST CHINATOWN in America | San Francisco, California

The oldest Chinatown in America is located in San Francisco, California. In this video I take you on an epic Chinese food tour to try Dim Sum, egg tart, visit the fortune cookie factory and try some honey walnut shrimp!

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We started off the tour by walking up Grant (the main street in Chinatown) and their was a mini festival going on with kids dancing in dragon costumes. From there we walked to Great Eastern Restaurant, to try some of the best dim sum in Chinatown. They have over 83 dim sum items and they are famous because Obama ate here.

Next I walked across the street and stood in line at Golden Gate Bakery, this place is famous for its Danta (Egg Tart Pastry). It’s ranked as one of the top places in American to eat this Cantonese dessert. It was so good!

From there I walked two streets away to the Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory, incase you didn’t know the fortune cookie was invented in San Francisco’s Chinatown. It’s a small factory, you walk in see some workers making the cookies and you can buy some or even a giant one.

Lastly I walked over to Far East Cafe a restaurant serving Cantonese and Sichuan dishes for over 100 years! I came here to try the Honey Walnut Shrimp, it was so sticky and crunchy!

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  2. FYI: NYC has the largest Chinese population outside of Asia. It also has the largest Chinatown in the USA. San Francisco is the oldest Chinatown in the US. Google it, I just did out of curiosity. Great video. Keep up the great work. 😊

    1. Davidsbeenhere I am retired in Las Vegas but have family in NY. When I visit my family, they take me to the two Chinatown’s that NY has. The Old Chinatown in Manhattan and the New Chinatown in Brooklyn. Don’t need google, just look around and see for yourself. Been to Shanghai, China. The shopping for Chinese items and for Chinese food is even better in NY than in Shanghai. Go figure. Enjoy your videos. 😊

    2. Wow the SF Chinatown website said its the oldest and that it has the largest Chinese population: thank you for letting me know I was wrong. Can’t always be right looking online 😓

  3. Too much noise in restaurant when you was eating , I think it would be better if you dub it latar.

  4. I am Chinese live in central California and I go to SF few times a year…I eat and buy things that I can’t buy where I live…I miss all the dim sum and bakery foods… Yummmmm…👍👍👍👌👌👌👏👏👏❤❤❤❤❤❤😋😋😋😋😋😋😋😋😋😋

  5. Dude. Don’t think you are supposed to eat over the steamer. Getting your soy sauce all over. Get a small plate or bowls.

    1. Davidsbeenhere oh… No big deal. Just thought it was odd. They should of gave u a plate. Anyways, keep it up. Love seeing all the food available.

    2. Japko O they didn’t give me a plate because I was alone so no choice. Sorry you weren’t happy with it!

  6. 除非去华人开的店,而且顾客大部分是华人的店才能吃到真正的中国菜,否则都是改良过的美式中国菜

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