Local Eats: San Gabriel Food Finds You Need To Know

Local Eats: San Gabriel Food Finds You Need To Know

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Sometimes it seems like the same group of restaurants get all the love. Well, that ends today. If you delve a little deeper into the food scene in San Gabriel, you’re bound to unearth plenty of hidden hot spots.

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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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    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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    Nha Trang shows off the underrecognized pig's knuckle noodle soup bun bo hue. -- LA Weekly 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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    Number 1, 2 and 3 are really good. The fruit ice tea is also delicious -- Jones via Foursquare
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    When you're craving congee! Get the eggplant, shredded pig ear with tofu, spicy sliced green beans with chili pork and black bean sauce aka "flies head". My parents from Taipei approve. -- Cindy Lin via Foursquare
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    Good meal choices and solid desserts and drinks menu. -- Robin Chen 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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    This with an order if spring rolls and a gang of hot sauce! -- Cesar Aguilar 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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    You can tell a Vietnamese sandwich shop is good when you can smell the aroma of freshly baked bread all the way from the parking lot. Their Banh Mi is legendary, try it out! -- LAist via Foursquare
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