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Poleng Lounge named in Top 100 Bay Area Restaurants

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  • carmen_cebs
    Poleng Lounge One of the most popular trends of late is dishes from many Asian cultures on the same menu. What sets Poleng Lounge apart is the young chef-owner
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      Poleng Lounge
      One of the most popular trends of late is dishes from many Asian
      cultures on the same menu. What sets Poleng Lounge apart is the
      young chef-owner Tim Luym, a 2007 Chronicle Rising Star chef. His
      heritage is Chinese and Spanish, but he grew up in Manila. His
      varied background shows up on the menu: Filipino ceviche with
      butterfish; curried corn fritters; Madras samosas; and bok choy
      steamed with shiitake sauce. Tea, a specialty, is also included in
      many drinks and some dishes. The interior feels like a tropical
      oasis, with a dance club in back that's also used for private
      events.
      Specialties:
      Buddha's Treasures (tea-sprinkled dumplings); garlic crab noodles;
      beef tenderloin with marrow; tea-based cocktails.
      Prices: $6-$15
      Seating: 62
      1751 Fulton St. San Francisco
      Tel. (415) 441-1751
      www.polenglounge.com
      Hours: dinner 6-10 p.m. Tues.-Sun. (Bar open 4 p.m.-2 a.m.)
      http://www.sfgate.com/food/top100/2008/
      Poleng Lounge offers 10% discount to SFVS members during 6-8 p.m.
      only; see http://www.sfvs.org/blog/2007/03/sfvs-members-
      discounts.html
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