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October 14, 2010

By

Kristin Luna

Get tips on the best dining and nightlife in San Francisco from Kristin Luna of the blog Camels and Chocolate

Kristin Luna

Brunch: Zazie

Fancy: Bar Tartine

Best Value: Scala's Bistro

Bar Scene/Drinks: Bourbon & Branch

Business Lunch: Kokkari Estiatorio

Burger: Tipsy Pig

Pizza: Little Star Pizza

Sandwich: George's Zoo

Food Truck: Creme Brulee Cart

Regional: Wayfare Tavern

Mexican/Latin American: The Little Chihuahua

Spanish/Tapas: Pisco Latin Lounge

Thai/Southeast Asian: Koh Samui & the Monkey

Wine List: Press Club

Chinese: Yank Sing

Seafood: Scoma's

Steak: Michael Mina's Bourbon Steak

Italian: Venticello

Barbecue: Wexler's

Desserts: Bar Tartine

Indian: Dosa

Vegetarian: Greens

Wild Card: Luella


Mister Jiu’s

When you subscribe to Mister Jiu’s, you’ll share the love of Chinese American culture cooked to perfection by none other than Chef Brandon Jew himself. Dive into cocktails and a “Eat the Book” experience from Chef Brandon!

Explore our subscription tiers and learn more about the Mister Jiu’s story below!

Brandon Jew is the executive chef and owner of Mister Jiu’s, a contemporary Chinese American restaurant in the heart of San Francisco’s Chinatown.

Mister Jiu’s combines the local, seasonal and organic bounty of the Bay Area with classic Chinese techniques and flavors. The restaurant celebrates its place in the historic neighborhood working to evolve and define Chinese American cuisine in the Bay Area. Brandon’s training spans from Bologna, Italy to Shanghai, China and many restaurants within the Bay Area. He considers Judy Rodgers (Zuni Café), Michael Tusk (Quince) and his grandma, Ying Ying, to be his most influential mentors.

Brandon has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and on Mind of a Chef, Ugly Delicious, Taste the Nation and Vice Munchies.

His honors at Mister Jiu’s include one Michelin star, Bon Appetit #3 on the 2017 Hot 10, San Francisco Magazine Chef of the Year and James Beard nominations for Best Chef West 2018 and 2020.


Mister Jiu’s

When you subscribe to Mister Jiu’s, you’ll share the love of Chinese American culture cooked to perfection by none other than Chef Brandon Jew himself. Dive into cocktails and a “Eat the Book” experience from Chef Brandon!

Explore our subscription tiers and learn more about the Mister Jiu’s story below!

Brandon Jew is the executive chef and owner of Mister Jiu’s, a contemporary Chinese American restaurant in the heart of San Francisco’s Chinatown.

Mister Jiu’s combines the local, seasonal and organic bounty of the Bay Area with classic Chinese techniques and flavors. The restaurant celebrates its place in the historic neighborhood working to evolve and define Chinese American cuisine in the Bay Area. Brandon’s training spans from Bologna, Italy to Shanghai, China and many restaurants within the Bay Area. He considers Judy Rodgers (Zuni Café), Michael Tusk (Quince) and his grandma, Ying Ying, to be his most influential mentors.

Brandon has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and on Mind of a Chef, Ugly Delicious, Taste the Nation and Vice Munchies.

His honors at Mister Jiu’s include one Michelin star, Bon Appetit #3 on the 2017 Hot 10, San Francisco Magazine Chef of the Year and James Beard nominations for Best Chef West 2018 and 2020.


Mister Jiu’s

When you subscribe to Mister Jiu’s, you’ll share the love of Chinese American culture cooked to perfection by none other than Chef Brandon Jew himself. Dive into cocktails and a “Eat the Book” experience from Chef Brandon!

Explore our subscription tiers and learn more about the Mister Jiu’s story below!

Brandon Jew is the executive chef and owner of Mister Jiu’s, a contemporary Chinese American restaurant in the heart of San Francisco’s Chinatown.

Mister Jiu’s combines the local, seasonal and organic bounty of the Bay Area with classic Chinese techniques and flavors. The restaurant celebrates its place in the historic neighborhood working to evolve and define Chinese American cuisine in the Bay Area. Brandon’s training spans from Bologna, Italy to Shanghai, China and many restaurants within the Bay Area. He considers Judy Rodgers (Zuni Café), Michael Tusk (Quince) and his grandma, Ying Ying, to be his most influential mentors.

Brandon has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and on Mind of a Chef, Ugly Delicious, Taste the Nation and Vice Munchies.

His honors at Mister Jiu’s include one Michelin star, Bon Appetit #3 on the 2017 Hot 10, San Francisco Magazine Chef of the Year and James Beard nominations for Best Chef West 2018 and 2020.


Mister Jiu’s

When you subscribe to Mister Jiu’s, you’ll share the love of Chinese American culture cooked to perfection by none other than Chef Brandon Jew himself. Dive into cocktails and a “Eat the Book” experience from Chef Brandon!

Explore our subscription tiers and learn more about the Mister Jiu’s story below!

Brandon Jew is the executive chef and owner of Mister Jiu’s, a contemporary Chinese American restaurant in the heart of San Francisco’s Chinatown.

Mister Jiu’s combines the local, seasonal and organic bounty of the Bay Area with classic Chinese techniques and flavors. The restaurant celebrates its place in the historic neighborhood working to evolve and define Chinese American cuisine in the Bay Area. Brandon’s training spans from Bologna, Italy to Shanghai, China and many restaurants within the Bay Area. He considers Judy Rodgers (Zuni Café), Michael Tusk (Quince) and his grandma, Ying Ying, to be his most influential mentors.

Brandon has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and on Mind of a Chef, Ugly Delicious, Taste the Nation and Vice Munchies.

His honors at Mister Jiu’s include one Michelin star, Bon Appetit #3 on the 2017 Hot 10, San Francisco Magazine Chef of the Year and James Beard nominations for Best Chef West 2018 and 2020.


Mister Jiu’s

When you subscribe to Mister Jiu’s, you’ll share the love of Chinese American culture cooked to perfection by none other than Chef Brandon Jew himself. Dive into cocktails and a “Eat the Book” experience from Chef Brandon!

Explore our subscription tiers and learn more about the Mister Jiu’s story below!

Brandon Jew is the executive chef and owner of Mister Jiu’s, a contemporary Chinese American restaurant in the heart of San Francisco’s Chinatown.

Mister Jiu’s combines the local, seasonal and organic bounty of the Bay Area with classic Chinese techniques and flavors. The restaurant celebrates its place in the historic neighborhood working to evolve and define Chinese American cuisine in the Bay Area. Brandon’s training spans from Bologna, Italy to Shanghai, China and many restaurants within the Bay Area. He considers Judy Rodgers (Zuni Café), Michael Tusk (Quince) and his grandma, Ying Ying, to be his most influential mentors.

Brandon has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and on Mind of a Chef, Ugly Delicious, Taste the Nation and Vice Munchies.

His honors at Mister Jiu’s include one Michelin star, Bon Appetit #3 on the 2017 Hot 10, San Francisco Magazine Chef of the Year and James Beard nominations for Best Chef West 2018 and 2020.


Mister Jiu’s

When you subscribe to Mister Jiu’s, you’ll share the love of Chinese American culture cooked to perfection by none other than Chef Brandon Jew himself. Dive into cocktails and a “Eat the Book” experience from Chef Brandon!

Explore our subscription tiers and learn more about the Mister Jiu’s story below!

Brandon Jew is the executive chef and owner of Mister Jiu’s, a contemporary Chinese American restaurant in the heart of San Francisco’s Chinatown.

Mister Jiu’s combines the local, seasonal and organic bounty of the Bay Area with classic Chinese techniques and flavors. The restaurant celebrates its place in the historic neighborhood working to evolve and define Chinese American cuisine in the Bay Area. Brandon’s training spans from Bologna, Italy to Shanghai, China and many restaurants within the Bay Area. He considers Judy Rodgers (Zuni Café), Michael Tusk (Quince) and his grandma, Ying Ying, to be his most influential mentors.

Brandon has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and on Mind of a Chef, Ugly Delicious, Taste the Nation and Vice Munchies.

His honors at Mister Jiu’s include one Michelin star, Bon Appetit #3 on the 2017 Hot 10, San Francisco Magazine Chef of the Year and James Beard nominations for Best Chef West 2018 and 2020.


Mister Jiu’s

When you subscribe to Mister Jiu’s, you’ll share the love of Chinese American culture cooked to perfection by none other than Chef Brandon Jew himself. Dive into cocktails and a “Eat the Book” experience from Chef Brandon!

Explore our subscription tiers and learn more about the Mister Jiu’s story below!

Brandon Jew is the executive chef and owner of Mister Jiu’s, a contemporary Chinese American restaurant in the heart of San Francisco’s Chinatown.

Mister Jiu’s combines the local, seasonal and organic bounty of the Bay Area with classic Chinese techniques and flavors. The restaurant celebrates its place in the historic neighborhood working to evolve and define Chinese American cuisine in the Bay Area. Brandon’s training spans from Bologna, Italy to Shanghai, China and many restaurants within the Bay Area. He considers Judy Rodgers (Zuni Café), Michael Tusk (Quince) and his grandma, Ying Ying, to be his most influential mentors.

Brandon has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and on Mind of a Chef, Ugly Delicious, Taste the Nation and Vice Munchies.

His honors at Mister Jiu’s include one Michelin star, Bon Appetit #3 on the 2017 Hot 10, San Francisco Magazine Chef of the Year and James Beard nominations for Best Chef West 2018 and 2020.


Mister Jiu’s

When you subscribe to Mister Jiu’s, you’ll share the love of Chinese American culture cooked to perfection by none other than Chef Brandon Jew himself. Dive into cocktails and a “Eat the Book” experience from Chef Brandon!

Explore our subscription tiers and learn more about the Mister Jiu’s story below!

Brandon Jew is the executive chef and owner of Mister Jiu’s, a contemporary Chinese American restaurant in the heart of San Francisco’s Chinatown.

Mister Jiu’s combines the local, seasonal and organic bounty of the Bay Area with classic Chinese techniques and flavors. The restaurant celebrates its place in the historic neighborhood working to evolve and define Chinese American cuisine in the Bay Area. Brandon’s training spans from Bologna, Italy to Shanghai, China and many restaurants within the Bay Area. He considers Judy Rodgers (Zuni Café), Michael Tusk (Quince) and his grandma, Ying Ying, to be his most influential mentors.

Brandon has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and on Mind of a Chef, Ugly Delicious, Taste the Nation and Vice Munchies.

His honors at Mister Jiu’s include one Michelin star, Bon Appetit #3 on the 2017 Hot 10, San Francisco Magazine Chef of the Year and James Beard nominations for Best Chef West 2018 and 2020.


Mister Jiu’s

When you subscribe to Mister Jiu’s, you’ll share the love of Chinese American culture cooked to perfection by none other than Chef Brandon Jew himself. Dive into cocktails and a “Eat the Book” experience from Chef Brandon!

Explore our subscription tiers and learn more about the Mister Jiu’s story below!

Brandon Jew is the executive chef and owner of Mister Jiu’s, a contemporary Chinese American restaurant in the heart of San Francisco’s Chinatown.

Mister Jiu’s combines the local, seasonal and organic bounty of the Bay Area with classic Chinese techniques and flavors. The restaurant celebrates its place in the historic neighborhood working to evolve and define Chinese American cuisine in the Bay Area. Brandon’s training spans from Bologna, Italy to Shanghai, China and many restaurants within the Bay Area. He considers Judy Rodgers (Zuni Café), Michael Tusk (Quince) and his grandma, Ying Ying, to be his most influential mentors.

Brandon has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and on Mind of a Chef, Ugly Delicious, Taste the Nation and Vice Munchies.

His honors at Mister Jiu’s include one Michelin star, Bon Appetit #3 on the 2017 Hot 10, San Francisco Magazine Chef of the Year and James Beard nominations for Best Chef West 2018 and 2020.


Mister Jiu’s

When you subscribe to Mister Jiu’s, you’ll share the love of Chinese American culture cooked to perfection by none other than Chef Brandon Jew himself. Dive into cocktails and a “Eat the Book” experience from Chef Brandon!

Explore our subscription tiers and learn more about the Mister Jiu’s story below!

Brandon Jew is the executive chef and owner of Mister Jiu’s, a contemporary Chinese American restaurant in the heart of San Francisco’s Chinatown.

Mister Jiu’s combines the local, seasonal and organic bounty of the Bay Area with classic Chinese techniques and flavors. The restaurant celebrates its place in the historic neighborhood working to evolve and define Chinese American cuisine in the Bay Area. Brandon’s training spans from Bologna, Italy to Shanghai, China and many restaurants within the Bay Area. He considers Judy Rodgers (Zuni Café), Michael Tusk (Quince) and his grandma, Ying Ying, to be his most influential mentors.

Brandon has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and on Mind of a Chef, Ugly Delicious, Taste the Nation and Vice Munchies.

His honors at Mister Jiu’s include one Michelin star, Bon Appetit #3 on the 2017 Hot 10, San Francisco Magazine Chef of the Year and James Beard nominations for Best Chef West 2018 and 2020.


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