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.
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.
##胜利美食##LA# Dongtingchun, I didn't try the one in the city. After the new store went to try it, it said that the taste is really heavy. I tried three dishes: "Stone Pot Lamb", "Lamb Cabbage Fenpi" and "Golden Soup Beef". The lamb and cumin flavor is too heavy. The taste is dry. The second one who likes sour should like it. Stir-fried with sour radish as an appetizer. There are thick pieces of beef in the beef beef in golden soup instead of thin slices of beef. The taste of peppercorns in the soup covers everything. . As far as these three dishes are concerned, it’s really salty. My three bowls of rice and two pots of water have my tongue numb.
This restaurant is located in the Chinese lodging area of Los Angeles. It is a Chinese restaurant. Traveling outside, it’s already very happy to eat authentic Chinese food, and it’s even rarer to eat local big lobster. A lobster my family can eat three bites, the lobster meat is sweet, firm, and there are a lot of shrimp paste, so delicious! The waiters and diners are many Chinese, and the sounds of Mandarin, Cantonese and Shanghainese are everywhere. It is really lively. There is a line to go late, the restaurant is booming.
Recommend this shop. This shop has been open for a long, long time. It used to be close to the street, but now it's moved to Las Tunas. Although it has been moving for many years, it is still one of the few shops that I often visit.
Fried crabs and lobsters are good, but I recommend the special Kung Pao beef for lunch. The Kung Pao beef in this special lunch has always maintained its characteristics, and every lunch is a must.
The only thing that is worse is the surrounding environment. This restaurant in Los Angeles, USA is common, but the traffic 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.