15 Amazing Dinners You Must Try In San Gabriel

15 Amazing Dinners You Must Try In San Gabriel

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When it comes to eating in San Gabriel, the options are endless. Here are the best dinner spots you need to try!

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    The hand pulled noodles are delicious -- and made right there in the restaurant. Scissors were a handy way to cut the noodles without making too much of a slurping mess. -- Jennifer via Foursquare
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    Even strong men are defeated by the parade of sautéed pea shoots with garlic, crunchy salt-and-pepper squid and the gargantuan house-special lobster, fried with chile, black pepper and scallion. -- Los Angeles Times via Foursquare
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    Enter as a customer, leave as their friend. The owners are a husband and wife team and make it seem as if you've entered their home. The food is amazing and very fresh. -- Pamela Wright via Foursquare
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    Simon Majumdar indulges in the sweet and savory Chao Tom, shrimp speared with sugarcane, at the Golden Deli Restaurant on Food Network's The Best Thing I Ever Ate. Find more tips at FN Local. -- Food Network via Foursquare
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    The food is so good like seriously. There are so many options you can choose from, I highly recommend it if you want hot pot, you can also order rice🍲 -- Pailin Tan via Foursquare
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    Taiwanese and organic may sound like oxymoron, but in Taiwan all foods are organic! -- Gene Chuang via Foursquare
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    Some of the best pho around. Clean place and good egg rolls. Great portions. Flavored Green tea is good too. -- Kevin Chung via Foursquare
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    The best things on their menu is the Thai soup shabu (#10) and if you can handle spicy, try their Taiwanese spicy soup shabu. Must have: blueberry snow flake ice and mango snow flake ice. YUM! -- Linda Lui via Foursquare
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    Clean and smells great, but if you're sitting anywhere away from the kitchen, it's easy for them to forget about you. -- Kevin Hamano via Foursquare
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    Nice Italian Market. Not as great as Bay Cities in Santa Monica with their huge selection or an awesome selection of cannolis like Back East but, very nice people and a decent stock of products. -- Joseph K via Foursquare
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    You can walk away with a beautiful array of sashimi for less than $20. They also have a fridge with a selection of rolls available for those customers who don’t want to wait for freshly cut sashimi -- LAist via Foursquare
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    Hot tofu soup with endless sides on a cold rainy day? Nothing better! Their "spicy" is not that spicy at all so if you can handle at least a little spice go with at least the mild level. More flavor! -- Angela T via Foursquare
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