The Xingang seafood in the San Gabriel store is really good, their seafood is very delicious, and other dishes are also very good. It is not cheap per capita, which is about 300 yuan per person.
Enjoyed dishes prepared by Newport Seafood Restaurant on Thursday at 5: PM. Even though we did not have reservations, the four of us were seated promptly. We ordered lobster, noodles, basil clams, fried tofu with dipping sauce, Chinese broccoli and garlic pea tips greens.Dishes came to the table quickly and all piping hot. All were presented beautifully and tastes were outstanding.
Located in the Chinese residential area of Los Angeles, this restaurant is a Chinese restaurant. Outside the tour, it is very happy to have a authentic Chinese meal, and it is rare to have local lobster. A lobster is a meal for our family of three. The lobster meat is sweet and compact, and there is a lot of shrimp cream. It's delicious! The waiters and diners are full of Chinese, and the sound of Mandarin, Cantonese and Shanghai is really lively. I went to the queue late and the restaurant was thriving.
This store is more recommended. This store has been opened for a long time. Once near Xiangjie, now I move to Lastonas, although it has been moved for many years, but still often go to one of the several stores. Stirring crabs and lobster is good, lunch is more recommended for the special Kung Pao Niu. The Kung Pao Niu in this special lunch has always maintained its character and is a must-do when you go to lunch. The only thing that is worse is the surroundings, this restaurant in Los Angeles is common, but the transportation is convenient.
The taste is first-rate, obvious Cantonese taste, but the price is really not cheap, but it is still eager, there are many people waiting at the door, parking is valet parking, parking is free, parking tip is about 2-3 dollars, for three people Spent 214 dollars, plus the restaurant tip for a total of 250 dollars.