Kingchops In Irvine Makes Fabulous Taiwanese-Style Pork Chop Rice

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • March 26, 2015
In the brave new Irvine, where there are more Taiwanese restaurants than there might be of any other cuisine, the pork chop rice called pai gu fan might be the most commonly eaten dish in the city. It's such a constant and essential representation...
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