Newport Seafood is an SGV classic. It’s an upscale restaurant, popular with families out for a nice (read: expensive) Sunday lunch. And when you’re out for a nice Sunday lunch here, you should be ordering the whole lobster. It’s covered in spring onions, chilli, and ginger, and the smallest one you’ll be offered will be at least four pounds. That doesn’t mean you should ignore the rest of the menu - the peppery, slightly sweet Beef Lak Lok needs to be ordered too.
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Long Xing Ji is a small dumpling spot in San Gabriel where you can watch chefs make your food from scratch in a glass-walled kitchen.
Mei Long Village
Mei Long Village in San Gabriel serves good Shanghainese food in a small space that’s often less crowded than its popular neighbors.
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Din Tai Fung Dumpling House #1
Din Tai Fung’s Arcadia location is just as popular as all the others - but you can get better dumplings (with a shorter wait) nearby.
Lu Din Gee (Duck House)
If you’re looking for authentic Peking duck, head to Duck House in Monterey Park. Just make sure to reserve your duck ahead of time.
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Bistro Na’s is a fancy restaurant in Temple City doing Imperial Chinese food, which means it’s perfect for a special occasion meal.
Sea Harbour is a dim sum restaurant in Rosemead with great food and great people watching.
Golden Deli Vietnamese Restaurant
Golden Deli is a Vietnamese restaurant in San Gabriel that’s super popular at lunch - for good reason.
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