2 days ago | Chinese Cuisine
The two-week Chinese New Year celebration ends with the Lantern Festival this Thursday, the night of the first full moon of the New Year. As part of the festivities, revelers will eat tang yuan, glutinous rice balls (think: mochi) that are filled ...
9 days ago | Asian Cuisine
The word "buffet" alone likely conjures up thoughts of national chains or, at best, an Americanized-Chinese version with accompanying mental images of steam trays full of lukewarm, oily food ranging from the mundane to the mediocre. Fortunately, t...
15 days ago | Chinese Cuisine
February 19 marks the beginning of the Chinese New Year, and with 2015 being the Year of the Sheep, we thought it would be appropriate to tell you where to eat some lamb. No, not because there some sort of Chinese tradition where one eats the...
1 month ago | Asian Cuisine
Despite Los Angeles’ well-earned reputation as home to a cornucopia of cuisines, some countries are still difficult to find, with Singapore being a prime example. Few restaurants in our area feature the cuisine of this island nation, which, due to...
2 months ago | Chinese Cuisine
The food of China's three northeast provinces, collectively known as Dongbei, often gets overlooked in the realm of Chinese regional cuisines, which is too bad, because there are some distinctive and unique dishes from the part of China that was f...
3 months ago | Chinese Cuisine
If you’re familiar with the San Gabriel Valley, you realize the great joys of experiencing authentic food from many Chinese provinces and cities. One of these regional cuisines is Wuhan-style food, which is well represented in the SGV. Wuhan is th...