Review: Fifty One Chinese Kitchen in Buena Park goes big on dumplings, and meat

Formerly a vegan dim sum restaurant called Ooak, the freshly renamed restaurant goes all-in on meat.
Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • January 10, 2019
A very fashionable Chinese restaurant called Ooak Kitchen opened in April at The Source in Buena Park, serving vegetarian (mostly vegan) dim sum. This was the second branch of Ooak. The first had opened only a month prior in Culver City. The...
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