Friday, March 20, 2009

San Francisco is not just romantic, it is delicious -4

I am not a gourmet, restaurant critics, or food critics. Especially when young, being a martial arts person, who trained myself 2-3 hours a day at least, I would rather have ignored tastes but have put emphasis on how much I could eat. In traveling all over the world for business in my former occupation, I started to form my own taste of what I like or what I do not like. I would not go back to restaurants where I did not like their cooking. My wife is more acute on taste. Living in San Francisco, traveling to Japan and China, I have heard her say "this is not a Chinese food", so many times.

As I mentioned in Part -1, it looks like website ratings on this restaurant is not very good. But this is the restaurant my wife and I enjoyed eating out several times. We took my wife's mother there some times, if not eating out there months, we start to talk about Buffet in Beijing Buffet. Yes, rating site is one reference. Maybe your preference is different story.

We like cost-performance of this Beijing Buffet. $9.00 for lunch and $12.00 for dinner are fixed price. It includes Crabs, Lobsters and BBQ service. I would definitely go back to this Buffet taking my wife and my mother in law. And I know they will enjoy the Buffet other than my wife may keep complaining it is against her diet.

Today I uploaded pictures of our dishes to give you some idea. The restaurant contact is as follows:

Beijing Buffet
245 S Airport Blvd
South San Francisco, CA 94080
(650) 837-9068

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Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Shaw .. I think the most important thing in eating out .. is if you enjoy the food and the company .. also choice can be important sometimes ... people like different things.

Thanks for the post
Hilary: Be Positive Be Happy

Shaw said...

Hi Hilary, Thank you for your wisdom advice. I agree that there is no accounting for ones taste.

Thank you again. Congratulations on your Google Listing, too.