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R & G Lounge
Posted by Viv on 12/09/2014
We arrived there by 5:30pm on Friday, waited about 10min to be seated which was not bad. Service was very good. We ordered the famous dungeon crab, it tasted really good, however it was soaked with oil. When we left the place around 7pm, the line outside of the resturant was unbelievably long.
Posted by FiL on 01/19/2013
Food was good but a little pricey for the portions. The bill includes a service charge but we didn't get any service at all. After the waiter dropped off the food , they didn't return to check on us or refill our tea and water.
Posted by Anonymous Joe on 11/12/2012
Recently ate lunch at P&G. Although the food was good, the service was very poor (we did not get what we ordered and the waiter never returned). Also, the prices are very expensive, especially for lunch -- $14-20 lunch entrees that you can get anywhere else for $7-9. Everything on menu grossly overpriced -- over $5 for two spring rolls!
Posted by Cosmo on 11/10/2012
I've yet to have a bad dish here. The title says it all.
Posted by SrTxn on 09/29/2012
All in our party of four tried the Mashed Chicken and Sweet Corn soup. Delish!!
Posted by Scott Highsmith on 11/23/2011
We were referred here by our cab driver on the drive to our hotel. We were told to expect a wait and we did, about We had a 45 minute wait, luckily there were seats at the bar to enjoy a drink or 2. Once our number was called we were wisped upstairs. we waited about 5 minutes to place our drinks and food order but it took almost 20 minutes to get our drinks. We literally had to ask them to bring out our drinks and this was about 10 minutes after they brought out our appetizer. The food took longer than normal but that was what was expected with as many people that were there. The food itself was mediocre at best. I wanted something spicy so I got the General Tsao Chicken and my wife wanted Fried rice. Each dish was $14. The General Tsao was bland and honestly the quality and taste is better at our corner Chinese restaurant in South Louisiana. The fried Rice was very good though. I really expected something fantastic for China Town. I also found a shard of porcelain from a plate, in my food and when we were brought our to go food the bag had dried caked on rice all over the top of it. So.. great atmosphere, very clean, medicore food, high priced, and bad service. I think their attempt to serve large amounts of people (its 3 floors tall) has made them cut corners and not care about the quality of their end product. I honestly could not recommend anyone coming to San Francisco to go here...
Posted by jersey girl on 08/08/2011
This place was recommended by locals. We enjoyed our martinis. The lychee martini was recommended by our waiter and my son had a mango martini. Both were excellent and packed a punch. My son loved the vegetable egg rolls and the salmon avocado egg rolls. They were crispy and delicious. We also had the shrimp chow mein, prawns with honey walnuts, and minced seafood in lettuce cups. All were excellent, fresh and flavorful. Service was efficient. Good dining choice in a place where there are so many choices, and there was a good mix of locals and tourists.