Before Cecilia Chiang came to San Francisco in 1959, Chinese food in America wasn’t really Chinese. It was very Americanized, and almost unrecognizable to the Shanghai-born Chiang. When she arrived in San Francisco, she decided to open a restaurant to show Americans what true Chinese food tasted like, introducing items like Peking duck, pot stickers and hot and sour soup.
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