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Tasting Notes: Three great new restaurants to try in the San Gabriel Valley

I spend a lot of time eating in the San Gabriel Valley, always learning and ever amazed by the breadth at hand: Beijing duck, Uighur lamb polo, Sichuan ginger rabbit, Hong Kong-style steamed fish, Taiwanese beef noodle soup, on and on and on.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • February 22, 2020
I spend a lot of time eating in the San Gabriel Valley, always learning and ever amazed by the breadth at hand: Beijing duck, Uighur lamb polo, Sichuan ginger rabbit, Hong Kong-style steamed fish, Taiwanese beef noodle soup, on and on and on. Over...
Restaurants In This Story
New Qingdao Restaurant
Zhou's Guilin Rice Noodle
1919 Lanzhou Beef Noodle
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