The oldest standing and functioning dim sum house in America.

Hang Ah Tea Room brings (香雅)Chinese tea and dim sum to San Francisco since 1920. With our unique twist on dim sum, you're sure to find a dish that you'll love. We start with only the freshest ingredients to stir fry delicious melodies of tastes and colors that are sure to delight the senses.


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1. About
Top 7 Things to do in San Francisco Chinatown

1.Eat a Dim Sum Lunch
Stop into Hang Ah Tea Room (1 Pagoda Place; (415)982-5686) for an authentic and inexpensive dim sum lunch. Opened in 1920

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2. USA Today
10 best Chinatowns across the USA

Be sure to check out the egg tarts at Golden Gate Bakery, as well as Hang Ah Tea Room, America's oldest dim sum House(circa 1920).

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1. Google
Honotori reviewed (2 months ago)
Went here a few years back, probably one of the best restaurants I've been too, their pork buns are the the most amazing...

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2. Google
Ryan Meuth reviewed (2 months ago) Tasty, fresh, very inexpensive. Don't be afraid to venture off the main street to find it. Very simple decoration...

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3. Yelp
This is the oldest standing and functioning dim sum house in America. It was honor to eat here...

- Steven L. Cleveland OH

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4. TripAdvisor
“Hidden Gem”
​I really liked this place, it is not expensive it is quiet and good and supposedly the oldest dim sum restaurant in the US. Loved the won ton soup, the pork and shrimp dumplings and the complimentary pot of tea...

Reviewed March 20, 2014

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