Tag Archive: chinese

DTLA: Chinese Lunch at Chu’s Kitchen

I’ve been visiting Chu’s Kitchen lately since I decided to find a new Chinese lunch spot. I have grown bored with Uncle John’s and service has gotten a bit slow. I had seen… Continue reading

Seattle Wonton Battle: Canton Wonton House VS Mike’s Noodle House

  On my last trip to Seattle, I headed down to the International District to seek a bowl of noodles. Actually, I ended up on a mini crawl and checked out Canton Wonton… Continue reading

SGV: Getting Spicy at Chengdu Taste

Chengdu Taste is one of the latest San Gabriel Valley restaurants to be declared a “must eat.” Hearing about long waits, I made it one Saturday right as they opened at 11 a.m.… Continue reading

SGV: Dim Sum at Atlantic Seafood

When my fine dining partner mentioned she had never had dim sum before, I dragged her to Atlantic Seafood. I hadn’t tried it yet but figured it’d be an adventure for both of… Continue reading

Reseda: Chinese Noodles and Dumplings at Tampa Garden

A few months ago, I was reminded about Tampa Garden, a Chinese restaurant I heard was “not just good for The Valley, but as good as the ones in San Gabriel Valley” which… Continue reading

SGV: Wontons Search Leads to Happy Harbor

I’m obsessed with dumplings and one of my favorite kind of dumplings is the wonton. When I was young, my dad pointed out a group making wontons at a restaurant and it made… Continue reading

Rosemead: The Dim Sum Carts are Still Going Strong at 888

I recently revisited 888 Seafood Restaurant in Rosemead. I go back and forth on the dim sum carts vs ordering off a menu issue. While I concede the food appears to be freshly… Continue reading

SGV: Checking Out the Dumplings at Southern Mini Town

  In the pursuit of who has the best Shanghai Chinese soup dumplings in town, I landed at Southern Mini Town expecting, hoping for some good dumplings. Sadly, these were not juicy at… Continue reading

SGV: Getting My Spicy Food on at Yun Chuan Garden

Last month, LA Weekly published the 10 Best Eats in Monterey Park (which also features a boat noodles pic I took from Hoy-Ka) and I saw Yun Chuan Garden (called Yunkun in the… Continue reading

Glendale: Getting Dinner at Peking China

When the wait for Damon’s became unbearable, we peered at the restaurants around Brand Boulevard. We decided on Peking China because it was busier than its neighbors but not too busy. I probably… Continue reading