This is a chain store that has recently sprung up all over town. At first, I was expecting the expected, but it was slightly better than I had thought. The beef chow fun was probably the most surprisingly good out of them all. I also had the chicken porridge, which was decent. I also ordered a vegetable dish which had lotus roots and for someone who doesn't like vegetable, it was delicious. Of course, I also orderd the German crispy pork, which was above average compared to the other restaurants around town. The service was good too because I must have had 5 refills of the coffee/milktea drink, taking free refill onto the next level!
Was looking for Hong Kong style café in Los Angeles, tried a few places but were all disappointed, end up finding this place in San Gabriel, happy to say it is very good, and they have free refill for milk tea!!!! The wait staffs are attentive. This will be my go to place when I go back to Los Angeles to have my Hong Kong style café fix.
Love this place for authentic HK food! We got a large selection of dishes including the pork and century egg congee with dough sticks, clay pot rice, rice rolls, veggies, chicken. Definitely recommend the congee, clay pot rice and rice rolls but everything was delicious! The unlimited milk tea and iced tea were also a plus.
Good food. Decent prices. Chinese cafe type food. Lemon ice teas and iced coffees. Had the stir fry noodles and ying yang fried rice to try out. Wouldn't mind coming back.
Out by these parts (basically away from Monterey Park), it becomes rare to find authentic HK cuisine like Delicious Food Corner. DFC does deliver the goods, but at a price. The Clay Pot Rice was really, REALLY pricey for a dish that is just rice and meat. If money is no object, you’ll appreciate the way the rice grits onto the clay pot, the delicate soy sauce glaze, the chewy texture of the rice, and the aroma of the meat when it is brought out. The fried rice was similarly satisfying, with an excellent wok aroma. If you’ve had subpar fried rice (ahem, mom that’s rice I’m calling you out), you’ll notice all the little details that their fried rice nails. All in all, good spot, terribly expensive.
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