Jonathan Gold: Five of the tastiest Chinese restaurants in the SGV with the name 'Tasty'

In last week’s column, I alluded to the flood of San Gabriel Valley Chinese restaurants  with the word "Tasty’" tucked somewhere into their English-language
Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • December 9, 2015
In last week’s column, I alluded to the flood of San Gabriel Valley Chinese restaurants with the word “Tasty’” tucked somewhere into their English-language names. Depending on whether you count doughnut shops, burger stands or branches of the same...
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