Hands down best Dim sum I’ve ever had. Wild Crab and shrimp dumplings are my favorite but loved everything we ordered, especially crab and pork fried rice! Great service great food
A few Cantonese-style Cantonese dim sums are indeed delicious, and there is also the kind of strong old Guangdong morning tea culture. The xiaolongbao has a thin skin and plenty of soup, and the moldy dried vegetables is not big and tastes great. Good, with a pot of oolong is a joy in life.
#上海美食#【Hangari Kalguksu】3470 W 6th St Suite 9 10, Los Angeles, CA 90010//@Mandy Good morning: A very popular noodle shop in Los Angeles Korean Town has half chicken noodles in chicken noodles, seafood is not counted It's very fresh and tastes ok. I like the pumpkin in the noodles@Los Angeles Express
Bao Dim Sum House, a famous tea restaurant, has a deep position in the Chinese circle of Los Angeles, including Americans and Chinese tourists. It is said that the pastry chefs of this store are all invited from mainland China, so the hometown tastes a lot concentrated! This store has different business hours every day, so be careful! Monday-Thursday 11:00 -22:00, Friday-Saturday 11:00-22:30, Sunday 10:30-9:30, buns/Juicy pork dumplings/scallion pancakes are the signature of this store Dishes, we prefer the dumplings in this store. Maybe it’s not very accustomed to eating dumplings at noon, but the taste is good, especially the beef dumplings in this store, which are rarely used in Chinese food. They have American characteristics. The beef is fresh and tender. Very good, chewy!
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