You gave us good advice. Last night 14 of us showed up for our reservation. After about 15 minutes we were seated, and my wife ordered dinner for us: cold platter with jellyfish and cold meat, plus barbecued pork; then mashed corn and crab soup; then dou miao, oxtail, eggplant, crab (Vincent's warning about inexperienced crab eaters was ignored, but accurate!), pancakes with squab, and several other dishes. None was bad --though there were some particularly good dishes. So far as I know, the table was not wobbly. The Lazy susan was a little too hard to reach for some of us. Service was efficient, polite and -- in view of the crowds -- quite prompt. Before going, we were able to check your advice with two other local cognoscenti. Everyone agreed that R&G is good value. Many thanks for your help!
Large group (12-15) seeking private dining room in reliable restaurant in Chinatown, San Francisco Participants in a meeting in San Francisco on Friday, November 17, seek a private dining room to accommodate 12-15 guests for dinner, in a reliable and "authentic" restaurant. Any ideas?