So, I was telling a friend that me and the kids are going to CA in a few weeks. We will probably spend a day in San Francisco. I really want to go to Chinatown for lunch. I told my friend about eating in Chinatown once before and it made me laugh to revisit it in my mind, so I thought I'd share it here. Chinatown in SF has some Dim Sum places that are pretty unique. No menus and almost nobody that speaks English, and that's exactly the type of place we were in. They have waitresses that walk around with small plates of food and if you see or smell something that looks good you ask them for it and they put it on the table. We got a plate of something that just smelled wonderful and tasted great, but the waitress didn't speak any English so we didn't know what we were eating. We flagged down another waitress that spoke some English and asked her what it was. She said "Dock Tong". Hmm, seems the translation wasn't working so well for us. We asked again and got the same response, "Dock Tong". We kept asking and she kept telling us. Eventually, the waitress said "Quack, quack", then pointed at her tongue, "Dock Tong". And good duck tongue it was. I can't wait to go to chinatown for lunch again.