In response to San Francisco Mayor London Breed’s “shelter-in-place” order, Dragon Beaux will be operating on a limited basis from 3/17/2020 – 4/7/2020. We will be offering delivery and carry-out only until April 7, 2020, operating each day from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm for lunch, and 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm for dinner. Please call (415) 333-8899 to place your carry-out orders, or find us on UberEats, DoorDash, and GrubHub. Thank you for your continued support!
Dragon Beaux is the brain child of longtime restaurateur couple, Willy Ng and Jenny Huang. While Willy Ng found Koi’s Palace over 20 years ago, Dragon Beaux puts a modern spin on its creation for a refined culinary experience. At Dragon Beaux, traditional shrimp dumplings are topped with Chilean sea bass, BBQ pork puff pastries are balanced with subtle sweetness of organic apple… all culinary creation adhere to our vision for the next generation of Chinese cuisine: uncompromised flavors with pristine natural ingredients.
The same philosophy carries over to Dragon Beaux’s hot pot dinner, a perfect pairing to San Francisco’s year-round chilly weather. We offer the next level of hot pot featuring premium meat selection, and live local seafood that can’t be found at any other hot pot restaurants in the Bay Area. Kobe beef sourced directly from Australia, locally raised Wagyu beef, live geoducks, spot prawns… these luxurious ingredient selection, dim sum and wok dishes prepared by our skillful chefs truly differentiate Dragon Beaux above the rest into a class of its own.
Attentive service, contemporary ambiance, and exceptional food will sure create an unforgettable culinary adventure for all of our guests.
"This Richmond Chinese gem has a split personality that food fiends will adore: by day, it offers dim sum from the same owners as Daly City's acclaimed Koi Palace, while at night it segues into steaming hot pot..." Read more »
(Michelin Guide, 2017)
"Instant lines greeted the March opening of this new Richmond restaurant from the owners of Koi Palace, Daly City’s perpetually packed dim sum banquet hall. Dragon Beaux may be missing the live seafood..." Read more »
(SF Weekly, 2015)
"This is the kind of place where waiters in pressed white shirts bring you glass infusers of Taiwanese oolongs and offer you moistened towels after you make your way through a plate of salt-and-pepper ribs." Read more »
"Those Koi Palace folks sure are good at keeping secrets: unbeknownst to pretty much everyone, they've opened a San Francisco spinoff, Dragon Beaux, in the Richmond, which is making its debut today." Read more »
"This flashy new Outer Richmond restaurant is from the creators of the ever-popular dim sum headquarters Koi Palace, in Daly City. While the weekend lines are crushing the new kitchen (and staff) ..." Read more »
(Black Board Eats, 4/15/2015)
"If you’re a fan of waiting in line for the awesome dim sum at Koi Palace in Daly City, you’ll be a fan of waiting in line for the equally awesome dim sum at their new Richmond District restaurant Dragon Beaux... Read more »
(The Bold Italic, 3/2/2015)
"Cellar door. Some said those were the two most beautiful words in the English language. This was before Koi Palace opened. And now there’s the mellifluousness of Dragon Beaux—it just kind of rolls..." Read more »
(UrbanDaddy SF, 2015)
"Inspired by the creative cooking in Hong Kong, he’s been working with younger chefs and even some consultants from Guangzhou to create a menu that isn’t held back by the classics." Read more »
The Eater 38 Awards
A mix of classic and creative dim sum is on the menu at this Inner Richmond restaurant from the team behind Bay Area stalwart Koi Palace. The soup dumplings with colored skins are simultaneously tasty and Instagrammable, as are the golden egg yolk lava bao, and rainbow taro bun; try the winter melon hot pot with roasted squab at night, when hot pots appear. The busy restaurant draws lines, but has a steamlined system for taking numbers and getting patrons in and out in a reasonable time period. OPEN