I love this place. Occasionally it can be hit or miss. For instance the last time I was there I ordered the sweet and sour chicken and it was all dark meat which i hate and my husbands chicken dish was all white meat. Needless to say I liked his better so next time I would specify whether I want white or dark meat. Also, they have brought out the wrong rice before. But all that aside I LOVE the orange peel beef and the rib appetizer. They have some tasty drinks too. They also have lunch bowls until 4pm that come with a bowl of soup and are way cheaper than a dinner entree. This place is made for sharing - in fact they give you each a plate and put all the meals in the center of the table, so it's great for a group outing, trying new stuff, or saving $ by ordering fewer meals than people! What I really love about this particular location is the service and the location. Perfect dining spot after nice shopping experience at the Beverly Center mall.
501 S Olive StLos Angeles, CA 90013
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If you are looking for a no-frills eatery with good to great food, then Sun Hai Inn aka Sun Shui Chinese Restaurant is the place to go. The pot stickers are great as are their fried wontons. Their Cha Cha chicken and chicken with snow peas are excellent choices as are the Mongolian beef and sweet and sour pork. They have an excellent array of soups and their rice is very good. I would highly recommend the restaurant to anyone looking for good food at a reasonable price.
I don't think of myself as any sort of connoisseur when it comes to Vietnamese cuisine, so wasn't sure what to expect, but a friend recommended this place and assured me that you could order literally anything on the menu and it would be amazing. This proved true. I go to a lot of restaurants and think "Yeah, it was pretty good" but I never make it back a second time. Little Sister is the sort of place I'll frequent a lot when I'm downtown. Great flavors, great vibe.
This is a little peice of chinese heaven ! The food is awesome, the decor is beautiful and the staff ? Linda ( owner ) Frank ( future owner & son ) YoYo cute sweet server, all welcome u each time u come in. Hubby and I enjoyed lunch since opening we have gone 5 times, yummm our favorites : sweet & sour pork , & shrimp in lobster sauce , everything is great ! ENJOY !!!! Rachel
This is one of our favorite fast food restaurant when we crave for Filipino food. They have menus from breakfast to dinner. We like their breakfast -silog menu. My picky son likes their beef wonton soup and siopao. Their garlic chicken is also a favorite of the family. During hot weather, halo-halo for dessert is the best. Service may take long during lunch hour. Sodas are not self-served.
Can't believe I did not know about this place until recently. It's a restaurant with big personality. You get a plate of steak and eggs with fried rice and toast for $10! Steak was marinated in soy sauce. You don't need to add condiments since it's already very flavorful. Parking is the tricky part. There's a paid lot right next to it but it's $9 so you can be the judge. It's a must try.
I love this place. They have the best orange chicken I have ever tasted. They don't really have a lot of items to choose from like I'm use to but their prices are good and the service is good. Whenever I need my orange chicken fix this is where I go, this place is not as close as the other Chinese food place I usually go to but it's totally worth it the food is great.
I have been eating here for about 3 years now. It is consitantly good food, reasonable prices and good service. I enjoy their hot & sour soup very much. I prefer sitting in their bar area to eat, as the regular (front) dining room area is too bright. It's also nice that they have a good size parking lot.
cant go wrong to get solid dim sum. ambiance is modern with a dim lit dining area. bartenders and waiters are pleasant. good selection of food and cocktails. Favorite dishes- sizzling rice soup, pork dumplings, wild crab $$$ dumpling and their sliced pork (tender). not kid friendly more for adults.
I have been to New Panda Buffet many many times. The price is very reasonable. It's all you can eat. Lunch is around $8 and dinner is around $10. They have sushi in all varieties, all kinds of hot chinese dishes and even desserts, and stuff for kids like pizza and some other stuff.