Updated June 10, 2019
Without getting too much into the history of the origins of this restaurant, the food here generally was just OK for me. The crispy shrimp is what everyone wants to get. The shell is super crispy, crunchy, and delightfully edible. It’s comparable to the Cantonese style salted pepper shrimp with shell. However, this also has a tangy sauce on the outside of it. For me, it was a little TOO tangy, but some people at my table love it.
February 16, 2014
Dim sum is the Cantonese Chinese breakfast staple on weekends in LA. Lots of people flock here to wait in long lines for delicious goodness. I’ve had many dim sum places throughout my life, so the question is this one any better than the other ones I’ve been to. Let’s find out. This is restaurant #6 on my 2014 LA food expedition. Note for 2022 migration: this is an old post from my other defunct blog.