Golden Gate Bakery is the only bakery in San Francisco's Chinatown that people (including tourists) remember the name of, and that's due to one or two reasons: 1) its baked goods are expensive; and 2) its baked goods are very, very good. Usually, it's the latter. Often, you will find a line that extends outside of this bakery, as that is how well their baked goods sell. You will usually have to wait several minutes to get what you order, even though they make their products non-stop. Their best-selling item is their egg tart, which is currently $0.95 each, but expect it to continue climbing the way it has for years now. In most cases, people purchase these egg tarts by the dozens, and the one time that I only ordered four of them, the lady asked me if there was a reason why I was ordering so few. THAT is how good their baked goods sell.