Jonathan Gold review: Seafood Palace in Monterey Park and Temple City

Jonathan Gold reviews Seafood Palace, formerly Seafood Village, and finds the crab and other dishes special indeed.
Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • November 27, 2015
We have visited Seafood Palace before, more or less, on the occasion of a visit from a group of Michelin-starred chefs from Hong Kong to the San Gabriel Valley. The chefs had no interest in the Sichuan-, Shanghai- or Shandong-style restaurants...
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