Posts Tagged ‘Dim Sum’

February 4, 2010 2

San Hsi T’ang Tea house 三希堂 (Taipei: Shilin)

By in 10: Taipei

We waited till a rainy day to go to the National Palace museum which has a very impressive collection of ancient Chinese artifacts and artworks. You can spend hours in there. So it’s good that they have a range of eateries there, from simple cafe to chichi gourmet dining. We chose to go to the […]

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November 24, 2009 6

West Villa Restaurant (Hong Kong: Causeway Bay)

By in 09: Hong Kong

Eating dim sum is a MUST in Hong Kong. There’re too many fantastic places for dim sum in Hong Kong so it was difficult to choose just one. At last we decided on West Villa mainly for its location (near our hotel + our next destination) and its reputation for fresh, MSG-free high quality dishes. […]

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September 18, 2008 6

King Hua (Alhambra)

By in 01: San Gabriel

Rumor has it that chefs from Sea Harbor (another popular Dim Sum place) had jumped ship to this place, so we came here for a try. There is no wait as we arrived early enough at 11. Big banquet style dining room. Creamy Chicken Pineapple bun. Pineapple is just a name for the type of […]

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July 23, 2007 3

The Elite (Monterey Park)

By in 01: San Gabriel, Favorite Food Entries

Sorry that we’re behind in updating entries. The quality of dim sum restaurants in LA goes up and down like rollarcoasters. They might start out good (ex: The Kitchen, Mission 261: 1.2) until the the chefs got recruit somewhere else and the quality drops. My last visits to The Kitchen and Mission 261 end up […]

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January 18, 2007 2

The Kitchen (Valley)

By in 01: San Gabriel

Read a review on a new Dim Sum place The Kitchen on last week issue of LA weekly. Of course we had to check it out right away. Turnip pastry is great! I’ve haven’t seen this dim sum item at other dim sum joint. Marinated fish jelly and pork, the sauce on the jelly fish […]

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