~M.Y. CHINA~ is now offering special prix-fixe lunch and dinner menus. At lunch, you have the option of selecting three or four courses, with various choices for each course. The four-course option includes a dim sum platter, and you’ll also find the wild boar scissor-cut noodles (so good), Hong Kong crispy noodle with chicken, and a choice of the egg tart or egg puff for dessert. At dinner, you have two choices: the live crab dinner for two ($88) or the Peking roast duck dinner ($68). Both include a juicy dumpling trio, plus dessert and side dishes to go with the main dish.
~TWENTY FIVE LUSK~ is now serving lunch on weekdays, from 11:30am-2pm. On the menu, look for a chicken-fried quail sandwich with potato chips, tri-tip steak frites, or a fried bacon salad with Little Gems, burrata, and heirloom tomatoes; take a look at all the current choices here.
For pizza at lunch, check out ~MOZZERIA~ in the Mission, where you can now order from the Express Lunch menu. You’ll find most of their pizzas, plus some starters and their kale salad; take a look at the menu here. They’re offering takeout as well as dine-in options, all of it intended to offer quick service. Lunch is available Wed-Fri 12pm-3pm, and Sat-Sun 12pm-5pm.
The chicken-fried quail sandwich at Twenty Five Lusk. Photo by Anne-Claire Thieulon Dolan.