Best Cheap Eats In Rowland Heights

Best Cheap Eats In Rowland Heights

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    There was a bit of wait and it was underwhelming. Little spicy was really no spice at all, but at least they got flaming spicy right. Soup was a little sweet though so that was weird. -- Florence H via Foursquare
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    Very authentic Vietnamese food. Gotta try the pho, bun and even the drinks like the refreshing ice cold Sam bo lying and the thai version of halo halo. So good! Definitely recommend this place. -- Anny Chen via Foursquare
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    Don't get the taquitos, they are flavorless, but everything else we tried was good. The bacon on the burgers is awesome! -- Teshura Casil via Foursquare
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    Fried pork chop with fried rice was a huge portion and amazing! -- chi shi via Foursquare
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    Instead of the great Spicy Beef Ramen, substitute the beef for Premuim Pork. Its thinly sliced and takes the ramen to a whole other level! -- Joshua Avila via Foursquare
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    Great meat selection with reasonable prices! Clean bathroom that included a mouth wash dispenser, first time I have seen one, which was pretty cool. Would definitely come back. -- Chunky Sean Nguyen via Foursquare
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    Lunch special everyday! If you don't know what to order... Sautéed clam with basil, fish fillet with basil, Kung pao or salt and pepper pork chop, Chinese broccoli with shrimp. And of course, lobster! -- bobi sheng via Foursquare
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    Do you like seafood? Well go for a little car ride to Rowland Heights and eat at The Boiling Crab. Get yourself a pound of shrimp with the WHOLE SHA-BANG with mild sauce... YUM!Fill Up & make a mess! -- Zarina Dichoso via Foursquare
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    As a native New Yorker-I understand "dirty water dogs" with mustard and sauerkraut- and Bagels, and Heroes, and Pizza by the slice - but chiliburgers? That's new. And great! -- g oconnor via Foursquare
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    Sesame source mixed with satay source, (optional)with caraway or soybean paste is the best dipping source u deserve -- Wanli Cheng via Foursquare
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