This month's edition of San Francisco magazine is focused on the rise of the Chinese-American establishment in EssEff and the rest of the Bay Area. The closing of the grand dame of Chinese restaurants in Chinatown, The Empress of China, generated this sentiment
What's more, the restaurants most favored by Chinese customers aren't located in Chinatown anymore. "You go to Millbrae, and there are, like, 150 restaurants," says realtor Anton Qiu. "And, frankly speaking, the restaurants there are far better." ...According to Betty Louie, a prominent landlord on Grant Avenue "Chinatown is the last place to go for food."
So our neighbor to the north is making great culinary headway. What are the Voice readers' favorite Chinese restaurants in Millbrae? I may want to try something new besides the awesome standby Hot Wok Bistro just over the border into San Mateo.