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Chinese American Museum

1. Chinese American Museum

425 N Los Angeles StLos Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 485-8567
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Chinese American Education Institute

2. Chinese American Education Institute

(1)

6116 N San Gabriel BlvdSan Gabriel, CA 91775

(626) 287-6669

I worked there about two years. It was a tiny small tutoring and day care center. There were around 30 students all together. Some teacher did not t…

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Full House Seafood Restaurant

3. Full House Seafood Restaurant

(9)

963 N Hill StLos Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 617-8382

Went here for a going away lunch for a coworker. The lunch specials here are very good for the price. Beef filet, chicken w/mushrooms and green be…

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ABC Seafood Restaurant

4. ABC Seafood Restaurant

(11)

708 New High StLos Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 680-2887

I have tried dim sum at a few places. This by far is the VERY best. So delicious and the service is impecable. A treat to any one. Good food and…

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California Wok

5. California Wok

(10)

8520 W 3rd StLos Angeles, CA 90048

(310) 360-9218

The Sesame Chicken is quite possibly my favorite thing ever and I would eat it every day if I could! Highly reccomended.

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WP24

6. WP24

(4)

The Ritz-Carlton 24th Floor 900 W Olympic Blvd.Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 743-8824

Amazing. Went to dinner with family last night. Best meal I've ever had. Chef Ngoc puts her heart and soul into her food. Very detail is carried out…

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7. Mao's Kitchen

(10)

7315 Melrose AveLos Angeles, CA 90046

(323) 932-9681

I was studying late with a friend and we both became hungry at 10:00 pm. I went through a bunch of delivery menus and found MAO*s KITCHEN. My fr…

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8. Uncle John's Ham'N'Eggs

(1)

834 S Los Angeles StLos Angeles, CA 90014

(213) 623-3555

Great Chinese food served with generous portions. Surprise they make good breakfast. And at great prices. Staff very friendly. Also a great place to…

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Ono Hawaiian BBQ

9. Ono Hawaiian BBQ

(4)
BBB Rating: A+

12115 Santa Monica BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90025

(310) 571-2388

Had the BBQ chicken plate lunch, enough chicken to have leftovers for another meal! Chicken was super tender and tasty! I'm gonna go there again t…

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10. Canton Restaurant

2019 E 7th StLos Angeles, CA 90021

(213) 623-2804
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11. Betty's Diner

2819 N BroadwayLos Angeles, CA 90031

(323) 226-0728
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12. Lock & Key

239 S Vermont AveLos Angeles, CA 90004

(213) 389-5625
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13. La Tropical American Cuisine

4513 S Western AveLos Angeles, CA 90062

(323) 294-4048
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14. Americana Buffet

3650 W Martin Luther King Jr BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90008

(323) 291-8965
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15. Chu's Kitchen

111 W 9th StLos Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 624-8928
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16. Claire's At The Museum

2300 E Ocean BlvdLong Beach, CA 90803

(562) 439-2119
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17. Dr. Howe Waffle House Medical Museum

120 W Civic Center DrSanta Ana, CA 92701

(714) 547-9645
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Craig's

18. Craig's

(1)

8826 Melrose AveWest Hollywood, CA 90069

(310) 276-1900

I was beyond impressed with my visit to Craig's. It was so refreshing to be greeted and treated like family. The service is exceptional. Everyt…

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Z Sushi

19. Z Sushi

(44)

1132 N Garfield AveAlhambra, CA 91801

(626) 282-5636

this place is the best!! the sushi is always fresh and they serve generous portions. I love to sit at the sushi bar because the staff is friendly a…

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Baccali Cafe & Rotisserie

20. Baccali Cafe & Rotisserie

(8)

245 W Valley BlvdAlhambra, CA 91801

(626) 293-3300

Besides visting my god sister in the area, this is another must go restaurant for Hong Kong style cusine. Where else can you go for their delicious …

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21. Clearman's Steak 'N Stein

(17)

9545 Whittier BlvdPico Rivera, CA 90660

(562) 699-8823

Went their for Easter dinner. Great atmosphere love the low lighting with old west kind of feel with very cool bar with spacious fireplace lounge. S…

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Sesame Grill

22. Sesame Grill

(13)

308 E Huntington DrArcadia, CA 91006

(626) 821-0880

I love coming in for the Early Bird Special - it's such a great deal and the food is always tasty. I've tried their pastas and always enjoy their se…

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23. Garden Buffet

467 Stonewood StDowney, CA 90241

(562) 622-3938

From Business: "Garden Buffet is proud to present all-new menu to give our customers the best in food quality, service and prices. Come and enjoy our enormous varieties and dist…

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Western Wok

24. Western Wok

(2)

1311 N Hollywood WayBurbank, CA 91505

(818) 566-9985

Good food, decent price, quick service, quiet, relaxing eat-in environment. Pick-up orders are ready for pick-up in usually 10-15 minutes.

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25. Asian Star Buffet

(1)

8524 Alondra BlvdParamount, CA 90723

(562) 630-6788

Love the food and service is great! Very happy atmosphere! Always clean!

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California Wok

26. California Wok

(3)

16656 Ventura BlvdEncino, CA 91436

(818) 386-0561

The chicken that I had in all the entrees was more tender than any Ive ever had. I especially enjoy the Wor Wonton soup. Even that chicken is soft…

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27. Dream Dining California

15420 S Western AveGardena, CA 90249

(310) 329-2935
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28. Tulip Restaurant

1319 Colorado AveSanta Monica, CA 90404

(310) 394-1537
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29. Hong Kong Diner

14440 Gilmore StVan Nuys, CA 91401

(818) 782-3388
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30. Wok California

12551 Alondra BlvdNorwalk, CA 90650

(562) 623-1768
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