Tag Archive: in the 626

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: Dim Sum at Longo Seafood in Rosemead

  Every few months there’s a new “best dim sum in Los Angeles” post. Per usual, I peruse it thinking about how I’d rank the restaurants. This particular list included two restaurants I… Continue reading

SGV: Korean BBQ at Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong Temple City

The first Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong I went to is the location in Koreatown. Then suddenly there were a ton of locations and I hoped that meant the wait in Ktown wouldn’t be… Continue reading

SGV: Dim Sum at China Red

  I recently tried China Red for dim sum. It’s been open a few years now but I haven’t heard anyone say I must go check it out. And truth be told, I… Continue reading

SGV: Cantonese Food at U2 Cafe & BBQ

  My family has been picking up roast Chinese BBQ meats from U2 Cafe for years but I tried dinner there recently. I have been to the Hong Kong style cafe side but… Continue reading

SGV: Cantonese Dinner at China Bistro

I had dinner at China Bistro with my family recently. China Bistro is located in Rosemead and had ample parking. There wasn’t a wait and I was confused. How is it there’s a… Continue reading

SGV: Taiwanese Milk Tea at Sweet Heart Dessert House

After our baller lunch at New Century Lobster, we walked a couple doors down over to Sweet Heart Dessert House for an Asian desserts experience. We tried their mango tapioca with condensed milk… Continue reading

SGV: Seafood Feast at New Century Lobster

  Sadly Shaaxi Gourmet closed but don’t be too heartbroken because New Century Lobster has taken over the space in Rosemead. New Century is another clone of Newport Seafood which I feel is… Continue reading

SGV: In Search of Vietnamese Seafood at Diep Thanh Thanh

  After a wonderful meal at OC & LAU recently, I began searching for something closer to Los Angeles. The Vietnamese way of cooking seafood was really delicious and I was craving razor… Continue reading

SGV: Sandwiches and Noodles at Banh Mi Che Cali

  I’ve been tempted to stop into all the various Banh Mi Che Cali locations I’ve seen through the years. Somehow though I haven’t had a “cheap” banh mi in years. The kind… Continue reading