Tag Archive: san gabriel valley

SGV: The Dive Steam Kettle Cooking Temple City

    In the same shopping center as Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong and Summer Rolls is The Dive Steam Kettle Cooking. It sits right on the corner of Las Tunas and Rosemead. Steam… Continue reading

SGV: Dim Sum at Tong Tak House Arcadia

  In the last few years, I’ve found out about new restaurants via Instagram. And recently pictures from a new dim sum spot in the San Gabriel Valley caught my eye. I checked… Continue reading

SGV: Eat Nem, Drink Craft Beer at Summer Rolls

    I’ve been meaning to try this newish location of Summer Rolls for a bit. It was a pleasant surprise to discover they also serve craft beer. What could be better, Vietnamese… Continue reading

SGV: Late Lunch at Kang Kang Food Court

  I hadn’t eaten all day and decided to explore Kang Kang Food Court for a late lunch. I haven’t been to the Alhambra location before but I know they’re popular for dumplings… Continue reading

SGV: All the Dumplings at You Kitchen

  The latest dumplings darling in San Gabriel Valley is You Kitchen. They’re a small spot near 101 Noodle Express and a bowling alley. Surprisingly I haven’t had problems parking in the lot… Continue reading

SGV: Vegetarian Vietnamese Food at Thien Tam

  One rainy day, I met my vegetarian buddy over at Thien Tam for lunch. We both love Vinh Loi in the Valley and I was trying to find a similar restaurant. It… Continue reading

SGV: Indonesian Food at Singkawang Cafe

  I love Indonesian food. I’ve been exploring the cuisine for a decade or more now. I love it because I’ll always find a noodle dish to crave. The jump mien at Singkawang… Continue reading

SGV: Peking Duck and Lobster at Ji Rong

  For Lunar New Year this year, I gathered some friends at Ji Rong to celebrate. They’re famous for their Peking Duck. One order fed the 11 of us though I felt we… Continue reading

SGV: Creative Flavors at Big Softee Ice Cream

  I checked out Big Softee this week and was enchanted. I loved the signage and all the cool retro nods. I even saved my red spoon and will put it in my… Continue reading

SGV: Trying Vietnamese Desserts at Hien Khanh

  When you get into line at Hien Khanh, you should probably have a game plan. However, we didn’t realize the instructions would be closer to the cash register so we bumbled through… Continue reading