# Chinese food
Authentic Beef Stew Noodle Soup in Monterey Park
Mandarin Noodle House is a family-owned and operated business in Monterey Park. Established in 1978, they serve delicious noodle soups, dumplings and Chinese appetizers. Stop by their restaurant today and experience authentic Chinese food with fast service. When it comes to Chinese food, you can't beat the classic beef stew noodle soup. Mandarin Noodle House is one of the oldest Chinese restaurants in the city, serving amazing onion pancake and delicious fried dumplings, as well as many other authentic dishes. 📍Mandarin Noodle House 701 W Garvey Ave, Monterey Park, CA 91754
Dog Tries to Charm Girls Into Giving Their Lunch to Him: Lower East Side NYC
In this video, JamesandKarla's rescue dog Hudson, tries to charm girls sitting on a sidewalk bench on the Lower East Side into giving their lunch to him.
These HAND PULLED CHINESE NOODLES Have People Lining Down the Street!
Rockstar Eater visits Bang Bang Noodles, which is a popular LA street food spot that serves fresh hand pulled noodles in Los Angeles. It is one of few Chinese street food spots you'll find in LA. It's famous for these famous biang biang noodles. If you want to try Chinese street food in LA, then Bang Bang Noodles is your spot! Bang Bang: <a href="https://www.bangbangnoodlesla.com">https://www.bangbangnoodlesla.com</a>/
Local Restaurant is Closing, Returning to the Streets
Another local restaurant is closing.Marco Bianchetti/Unsplash. A number of food trucks have transitioned into brick-and-mortar locations, giving patrons the ability to always know where it will be located and what time they can stop by to visit. For some owners, this helps bring in more guests while boosting profits. However, it also means significantly more overhead, the need to bring in employees, not to mention dealing with ever-increasing rent. And now, for one local establishment here in Tucson, they have decided to close down their physical location and instead return to the streets from which they came.
Dog & Owner Share Chinese Food at Wo Hop 17: Chinatown, NYC
In this video, JamesandKarla's adorable rescue dog, Hudson shares delicious Chinese food at the outdoor seating from Wo Hop 17 in Chinatown, New York City.
Local Restaurant Suddenly Closes, Gone After 12 Years.
A local Phoenix restaurant has closed.Tim Mossholder/Unsplash. Many restaurants around greater Phoenix see a downturn in visitors during the summer months. From snowbirds not yet arriving for the fall and winter months to patrons not coming out due to the extreme heat, summer can prove challenging for a number of restaurant owners throughout the Valley. And now, this summer has claimed another restaurant, although this time the restaurant is one that has called metro Phoenix home for over a decade.
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Adorable Dog Gets Pets & Crispy Noodles from Wo Hop 17 in Chinatown, NYC
In this video, JamesandKarla's adorable rescue dog, Hudson gets lots of pets from passing admirers and crispy noodles from Wo Hop 17 in Chinatown, New York City.
Hidden Cheap Eats Gem in NYC: Wo Hop 17, the Iconic Chinatown Restaurant
In this video, JamesandKarla visit a true cheap eats hidden gem, Wo Hop 17, the iconic basement-level restaurant in Chinatown, New York City.
Touring a Famous DIM SUM KITCHEN in Los Angeles!
Rockstar Eater visits Bao Dim Sum, which is one of the best dim sum Chinese restaurants in Los Angeles. This restaurant presents traditional dim sum in a modern setting. It is one of few dim sum restaurants you can find on the West side, but captures the amazing authentic taste of Hong Kong dim sum. Definitely stop by Bao Dim sum for a delightful Chinese food experience! Bao Dim Sum: <a href="https://baodimsum.com">https://baodimsum.com</a>/
The OLDEST Chinese Restaurant In Monterey Park Los Angeles
Eating some Taiwanese/Chinese, food at the Mandarin Noodle House in Monterey Park California!
Chinese Grandpa Tries Hooters’ Chinese Food! (General Tso’s Chicken and More!)
Chinese Grandpa Tries Hooters’ Chinese Food! | Chinese Grandpa Trying Hooters’ Asian Food (General Tso’s Chicken and More!) | What’s up Fake Food Show Family, we’re back with another video, today we’re on another quest to find my grandpa some Chinese food that’s not really Chinese food that he’ll enjoy! Today, we went to Hooters aka the happiest place on earth and it was both me and my Grandpa’s first time and we tried their Asian/Chinese menu items with the General Tso’s Chicken, Teriyaki Chicken as well as the Sriracha chicken! How did the food fair for my Grandpa? Does it live up to the names? Do Hooters Waitresses actually like you cause they’re extra nice to you? Find out here on the next episode of Fake Food Show Z! ►►Follow The Fake Food Show! ►Instagram: <a href="https://www.instagram.com/FakeFoodShow">https://www.instagram.com/FakeFoodShow</a>/ ►Twitter: <a href="https://twitter.com/FakeFoodShow">https://twitter.com/FakeFoodShow</a>/ ►Facebook: <a href="https://facebook.com/fakefoodshow">https://facebook.com/fakefoodshow</a>/ ►►For Business Inquires: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eating Delicious Chinese Food like rice noodle rolls in Flushing, Queens NYC
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$800 Alaskan King Crab is the Hit Seafood of Beverly Hills!
If you are looking for a great Chinese seafood restaurant in Beverly Hills, look to Capital Seafood for a great experience! This is one of few Chinese restaurants around the area that has authentic Cantonese style food, serving dim sum for lunch and an epic seafood dinner that consists of live seafood such as lobsters, prawns, and the Alaskan king crab. This is one of the best Chinese restaurants to be at in Los Angeles! Capital Seafood: <a href="https://capitalseafoodbeverlyhills.com">https://capitalseafoodbeverlyhills.com</a>/
The Famous LOBSTER DISH in LA that People Wait an Hour to Eat!
The house special lobster (at $32 a pound) is the lobster dish you have to try in Los Angeles at Newport Seafood. This San Gabriel restaurant is one of the best Chinese seafood restaurants in LA, known for its live seafood selection. People wait an hour to eat this live lobster, which you should not miss out on if you love lobsters. Newport Seafood: <a href="https://www.newportseafood.com">https://www.newportseafood.com</a>/
Are Chinese Restaurant Chains Closing Locations in 2022?
Individual location closures have continued with prominent Chinese food chains on a case-by-case basis, but do these actions portend larger business issues for any of the companies moving forward?
How LIVE CRAB is Prepared in a Chinese Seafood Restaurant!
Rockstar Eater takes you to the kitchen of Seafood Palace, one of the best seafood restaurants in Los Angeles. This Chinese restaurant in Monterey Park specialize in Hong Kong and Chiu Chow style Chinese food, and has locations in Monterey Park and Temple City. This restaurant is known especially for their fried garlic crab, which they make from live crabs. Watch how Hong Kong chefs make this crab dish from beginning to end at one of the best Chinese restaurants in LA!
Tasting Braised Pork Feet at Ikka Sizzling Pot
This restaurant serves delicious braised claypot item in Los Angeles. Ikka Sizzling Pot, 301 W Valley Blvd, San Gabriel, CA 91776 is known for their fresh ingredients and cooked daily. They do not used any ingredients from over night. All prepared during the day and cook fresh as the orders come in. I loved their all three clay pot dishes and pork feet was one of my favorite out of all. Be sure to check out this location. There is another location in Arcadia as well. If you never have braised meat served in sizzling pot, Ikka is definitely a place to go! Let's EAT!