Sum Yung Gai

restaurants / Chinese

Lonely Planet review

Now what could ‘Sum Yung Gai’ mean in Cantonese – oh, we get it. We dig the 1930s Shanghai opium den interior, which makes us want to carry a tommy gun on one arm and Zhang Ziyi on the other. And they make homemade bird’s nest –impressive! – plus more standard black bean sauce–drenched Chinese-American favorites.