Tag Archive: chinese food

The Minty’s Wonton Party: Harlam’s Kitchen

  We’re nearing the end of Wonton Week here on The Minty. Today, I’m talking ab out Harlarm’s Kitchen. I also tried Golden Bull Noodle’s as well that night.  I saw the Hainan… Continue reading

The Minty’s Wonton Party: Noodle Boy

It’s been a little more than 7 years since I’ve been to Noodle Boy. Every now and then I chase the best wontons in the San Gabriel Valley (and elsewhere in Los Angeles proper,… Continue reading

The Minty’s Wonton Party: The Congee

  Yesterday I began my Wonton Week on The Minty. My deep love of the shrimp and pork dumplings are well known. They are a classic snack in Hong Kong and Guangdong (Canton)… Continue reading

The Minty’s Wonton Party: Auntie Ping Kitchen

My love for Hong Kong style, Cantonese pork and shrimp wontons is fairly well-documented. I have done crawls in Seattle and most recently in Hong Kong. Every time I have some great ones… Continue reading

SGV: Hainan Chicken at Tasty Food

  Tasty Food has recently garnered attention for their Hainan (Hainanese) chicken. I was on the last leg of my wonton research but also decided to try Harlam’s Kitchen neighbor for this classic… Continue reading

SGV: Opal Chinese Cuisine at Sheraton San Gabriel

  For Thanksgiving this year, we checked out Opal Chinese Cuisine. We had two big tables for the 14 of us and so we had multiples of all the dishes. We started out… Continue reading

SGV: Sichuan Food at Mr. Fish in Alhambra

  Sometimes it just takes a photo and it stays with you. I saw some folks checking out  new Sichuan spot in Alhambra called Mr. Fish (not to be confused with Mrs. Fish… Continue reading

SGV: Lunch at Sunrise Social Company in El Monte

  I was going to get pho for lunch when I noticed a new place next door to LTK called Sunrise Social Company. They only had lunch specials that day. I got the… Continue reading

SGV: Getting Spicy at Noodle Harmony

  I’m on a Sichuan food kick. When I saw Noodle Harmony opened about 3 months ago in Monterey Park, I starting plotting when I could get over there to get spicy food.… Continue reading

Hong Kong: My Michelin Marathon Day

  On one of my last couple of days in Hong Kong, I headed over to PMQ in Central to check out all the artist studios. PMQ were the former quarters for married police… Continue reading