Friday Food Foto – Lamb Shui Mai from M.Y. China

I took a few of my co-workers to M.Y. China at the Westfield San Francisco Centre to try out the secret menu item that Chef Tony and I collaborated on, lamb shui mai (see the full story of how we did it). I think we ordered half the menu and enjoyed absolutely every dish!

Midway through the meal we had a surprise visit from Chef Martin Yan (the M Y in M.Y. China). He wanted to say “hi” and to make sure we ate our gingko nuts (in our Kobe beef medallions) as they would bring us long life!

What a thrill! Chef Martin was a celebrity chef (along with Julia Childs and Jacques Pepin) before there was even a thing called a celebrity chef!

If you are in the San Francisco area, check out M.Y. China under the gorgeous dome in the Westfield San Francisco Centre. They have great dim sum (you know how I feel about dim sum), amazing noodle dishes (some you will have difficulty finding anywhere else) and delicious wok dishes! I know my Chinese and I can tell you, I haven’t had a single dish I didn’t love and the seven people sitting around the table at lunch this week heartily agree!

If you are on the run with no time to dine in, no problem! Use the Westfield Labs  Dine on Time app to order – and that is the ONLY way to get my secret menu item – or any of the other Westfield Tastemaker items, pick it up and off you go!

Now, onto More Tasty Tidbits:

From The Delicious Life: Aperol Spritz (we drank a TON of these in Italy!)

From The Girl Who Ate Everything: Shrimpcargot

Fro Spoon Fork Bacon: Havarti cheese and green onion cornmeal biscuits

From Joy the Baker: Cheddar buttermilk waffle BLTs

From Love & Olive Oil: Strawberry guacamole

From Eat Boutique: Grilled mackerel with rhubarb watercress goat cheese salad

From Honest Food: Morel tortellini

From Cookie and Kate: Simple goat cheese and egg toasts with peas

From I am a Food Blog: Lamb and peas lasagna

From Green Kitchen Stories: Rhubarb strawberry and quinoa crumble

From Dula Notes: Chocolate and lemon pistachio semifreddo

From Averie Cooks: Pistachio salted caramel and Oreo dark chocolate bark

How about you? What have you been eating lately?

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Comments

  1. Michelle Salais says:

    Mmm. Looks and sounds delicious. I love chinese food. I’m so hungry right now!

  2. Terri S says:

    Ohhhh….this looks so good! Thank you so much for sharing.

  3. Dorothy Boucher says:

    oh yum, talk about delicious ;) feed me hehe

  4. I didn’t realize I was hungry until I read this post! I’m excited to try out M.Y. China and I’m about to go get a slice of savory pie from one of my favorite Denver coffee shops, Huckleberry Coffee. :D

  5. Starla B says:

    MM, those look so good, yet I have never had anything like those! Looks like you had an awesome time!

  6. Dorothy Boucher says:

    OMG so many wonderful dishes there, would love to have been there to get a taste , hehe thanks for share

  7. Shannon says:

    Nothing interesting lately. All of the good food here is in the city.

  8. Danielle says:

    This looks so good

  9. Nikolina says:

    just love chinese food! Yummy!!

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