Chong Qing Special Noodles

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Review: Jonathan Gold keeps returning to Chong Qing Special Noodles for hard-rocking heat

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • June 1, 2018

spending a lot of time at Chong Qing Special Noodles. The noodle shop is in a San Gabriel mini-mall a couple of doors down from Four Sea, which serves one of the best Taiwanese breakfasts in town, and occupies what for years was the hot pot restaurant Lu Gi

. “Undeniably authentic,” he said, spitting it into a trash can.) The Chongqing noodles with an egg, meat and bok choy served in a hearty bowl at the Chong Qing Special Noodles in San Gabriel. (Scott Varley / For The Times ) It is kind of a spinoff of the nearby

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Bill Addison, Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • December 20, 2019

Noodles (77) There is great pleasure in a platter of fried chicken, especially one as deeply snackable as the Gele Mountain Chicken at Chong Qing Special Noodles. The chicken — cubed into bright, chile-stained morsels — is crisp yet meaty, and seethes

; and the house special, Chongqing noodles — springy and light, with a brooding spiciness that leaves you wanting more. — P.I.E. 708 E. Las Tunas Drive, San Gabriel, (626) 374-1849 Some of the dishes available at Chong Qing Special Noodles in San Gabriel

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Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • January 12, 2018

bowl next to you is good too — a little sweeter, a little more vinegar-forward, with broth a bit thinner; not dissimilar to what you might taste at a Sichuan place like Chong Qing Special Noodles in San Gabriel. Your lips do not vibrate quite so vividly