You can order items a la carte or in a family-style set dinner. I would highly recommend the set dinners. You can substitute in the Egg Yolk Crab below for a nominal charge (under $10 - I want to say it was ~$5?, originally $35) and get a bevy of other eats (dishes include stir-fried fish fillets, stuffed tofu, veggies, house special chicken, Peking pork, soup of the day, and fresh fruit for dessert = $~70).
The star of the show is the crab. Have you ever eaten Chinese salted egg? They dip the crab in the yolk and bake it. The result? Sweet, tender crab meat mixed with an almost buttery, savory flavor. Words (especially mine) don't do it justice. It was divine.
Try to visit at an odd time to avoid the long lines!
Egg Yolk Crab - SO delicious!
Stir-fried Fish Fillets
House Special Chicken w/ Ginger Scallion Oil
We took the "heart of the city" tour (~9 miles over the course of 3 hrs - very doable!) with Streets of San Francisco hitting Golden Gate Park, Haight-Ashbury, the Mission, and the 7 Sisters (one is the house shown in the opening credits of my favorite childhood TV show, Full House). I semi-expected a moving tour of the city with some half-hearted pointing and saying "here is X and here is Y," but was surprised at how in depth the tour really was. We learned so many interesting tidbits of SF history - how the city was built upon sand dunes, the many fires, the painted ladies/Victorians, etc. Our tour guide was genuinely enthusiastic about the history so that it never sounded like a boring lecture. A fun way to see the city and exercise off all the yummy food :)
Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park
Us posing goofily in front of the 7 Sisters