Posts Tagged ‘Chinese’

October 23, 2011 Off

Hya Gai Mi gia (San Francisco: Tenderloin)

By in 04: SF+Bay Area

Hya Gai Mi Gia is a cheap and very popular Cantonese style noodle joint deep inside the Tenderloin district. This place reminds me of really authentic noodle shops in Hong Kong. It’s hard to find such classic style Cantonese style noodles in LA (Clear Broth! Egg Noodles! Wonton!) I got the Braised Duck Leg wonton Noodle. […]

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May 24, 2011 2

Spice Table (Downtown)

By in 06: Downtown LA

A new Southeast Asian (Singaporean and Vietnam) wine bar has opened up at Little Tokyo a little more than a months ago called Spice Table. The name gave me an instant dejavu of Jean-George NYC’s Spice Market (that I wasn’t impressed with), so I was wary. Is it likewise a chichi, overpriced, parody version of […]

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February 24, 2011 Off

Omar’s Xinjiang Halal Restaurant

By in 01: San Gabriel

This Chinese new year we switched it up a bit, instead of the usual dim sum or seafood restaurants, we went to a Uyghurs restaurant! A group of us went to Omar’s Xinjiang Halal Restaurant, a hole in the wall recommended by Jon’s friend who lived in Beijing for awhile, and he swears by its […]

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January 20, 2011 2

Shanghai Bamboo House (Monrovia)

By in 01: San Gabriel

Long time ago I blogged about this neighborhood Shanghai restaurant at Temple City called Lulu (here and here). They revamped themselves under a new name called Bamboo House. The food is still good and it’s been a regular favorite of mine. However it got forced out later by a bank who wanted their location, I […]

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May 14, 2010 Off

Nanzhou Hand Drawn Noodle (Philadelphia)

By in 11: Philadelphia

One area I didn’t explored the last time I was in Philly was Chinatown. My friend and I came to this popular little joint that specialized in handdrawn noodles. I don’t know much about the region of Nanzhou (or should be Lanzhou), it is a city at the Northwest part of China. They’re famous for […]

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