Ming Tai Wun Tun Noodle

★★★★★

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mmmm I have to say this must be the best wonton noodle soup I've had in SF. The only other restaurant to beat this is in Hong Kong. I haven't had a chance to eat inside the restaurant so no points are taken off for service or cleanliness....

I've just been ordering take out and it's just so good! The shrimp wonton are HUGE and sooo good! Oh almost forgot to mention the hot sauce... it's spicy but not overpowering and wonderful when you use it on the wontons.

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mmmm I have to say this must be the best wonton noodle soup I've had in SF. The only other restaurant to beat this is in Hong Kong. I haven't had a chance to eat inside the restaurant so no points are taken off for service or cleanliness....

I've just been ordering take out and it's just so good! The shrimp wonton are HUGE and sooo good! Oh almost forgot to mention the hot sauce... it's spicy but not overpowering and wonderful when you use it on the wontons.

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Ming Tai is one of the smallest restaurants you will ever come across, but once you get started you won't mind. The interior is not that nice, but you come here for the food and great prices. The wonton here is one of the best in all of SF. It is full of shrimp meat which is rare and the broth is delicious. The porridge or congee is equally as good. I recommend coming here on a weekday or early on the weekends to avoid lines and get parking.

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Ming Tai is one of the smallest restaurants you will ever come across, but once you get started you won't mind. The interior is not that nice, but you come here for the food and great prices. The wonton here is one of the best in all of SF. It is full of shrimp meat which is rare and the broth is delicious. The porridge or congee is equally as good. I recommend coming here on a weekday or early on the weekends to avoid lines and get parking.

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