Chef Chin. This place is currently vying for my #1 in my local neighborhood Chinese food pick. Since changing ownership and chefs, this place has pretty good Taiwanese breakfast on the weekend. The only problem is that it isn't cheap and good. It isn't super pricey either though. They do have hot pot now and are open late on the weekends. Plus for orders be 3 and 6 pm are happy hour, so your 2nd entree is 1/2 off. Now that's pretty good pricing.

Chef Chin. This place is currently vying for my #1 in my local neighborhood Chinese food pick. Since changing ownership and chefs, this place has pretty good Taiwanese breakfast on the weekend. The only problem is that it isn't cheap and good. It isn't super pricey either though. They do have hot pot now and are open late on the weekends. Plus for orders be 3 and 6 pm are happy hour, so your 2nd entree is 1/2 off. Now that's pretty good pricing.

Man Fook Low  198- Was the best chinese food in L.A. and open late. A little dive downtown.

Man Fook Low Was the best chinese food in L. and open late. A little dive downtown.

Sam Woo. This is the SD member of this SoCal Chinese food chain. This location is tucked inside the 99 Ranch shopping center. Better parking is located behind the shopping center. Simple, inexpensive Cantonese fare. There is a a super cheap limited menu for $3.50 that is available before 11 am. They are open late. I have no idea why people expect good service at cheap Chinese places. That isn't why people eat here. The roast meats are pretty good as well.

Sam Woo. This is the SD member of this SoCal Chinese food chain. This location is tucked inside the 99 Ranch shopping center. Better parking is located behind the shopping center. Simple, inexpensive Cantonese fare. There is a a super cheap limited menu for $3.50 that is available before 11 am. They are open late. I have no idea why people expect good service at cheap Chinese places. That isn't why people eat here. The roast meats are pretty good as well.

Chi Cafe- great Chinese food and open super late.

Chi Cafe- great Chinese food and open super late.

#Repost @foodlakecity Alright where are all my boba lovers at? There's a fairly new boba joint in Sugar House called Tea Bar and I probably stop in to get my boba fix at least once a week. My favorite lately has been the honey & kumquat tea with boba. The green one you see in the forefront of the picture is coconut and avocado milk shake with boba which was There are so many options hope you can make your mind up! They are open late and also have good food options just FYI. . . . #teabar…

#Repost @foodlakecity Alright where are all my boba lovers at? There's a fairly new boba joint in Sugar House called Tea Bar and I probably stop in to get my boba fix at least once a week. My favorite lately has been the honey & kumquat tea with boba. The green one you see in the forefront of the picture is coconut and avocado milk shake with boba which was There are so many options hope you can make your mind up! They are open late and also have good food options just FYI. . . . #teabar…

Funjabi Fusion Friday Night Let’s dance and jump to the beats of DJ Faith in the house and live dhol 8TH DEC. We are ready to serve our guests with amazing food being pocket friendly as we’ll. (Tandoor , Continental, Chinese & Indian) We have buy one get one free till 11 on IMFL Let’s not forget we are open till late.  Cheers 😇🥂

Funjabi Fusion Friday Night Let’s dance and jump to the beats of DJ Faith in the house and live dhol 8TH DEC. We are ready to serve our guests with amazing food being pocket friendly as we’ll. (Tandoor , Continental, Chinese & Indian) We have buy one get one free till 11 on IMFL Let’s not forget we are open till late. Cheers 😇🥂

For the first century after the introduction of Chinese food to America by the first immigrants to California in the 1850’s, Cantonese cuisine reigned supreme. It was the most commonly served food in Chinese restaurants. “Mandarin” cooking, which became the jargon for anything non-Cantonese, appeared in the late 1960’s. Still most menus were made up of familiar soy sauce-based non-spicy items. Then in the mid 1960s Shun Lee Dynasty opened in the east side of Manhattan and started serving…

For the first century after the introduction of Chinese food to America by the first immigrants to California in the 1850’s, Cantonese cuisine reigned supreme. It was the most commonly served food in Chinese restaurants. “Mandarin” cooking, which became the jargon for anything non-Cantonese, appeared in the late 1960’s. Still most menus were made up of familiar soy sauce-based non-spicy items. Then in the mid 1960s Shun Lee Dynasty opened in the east side of Manhattan and started serving…

Tasty Garden.. Blows me away.. Soooo yum!!!!!

See 288 photos from 2836 visitors about good for a late night, seafood, and vegetarian food.

For the first century after the introduction of Chinese food to America by the first immigrants to California in the 1850’s, Cantonese cuisine reigned supreme. It was the most commonly served food in Chinese restaurants. “Mandarin” cooking, which became the jargon for anything non-Cantonese, appeared in the late 1960’s. Still most menus were made up of familiar soy sauce-based non-spicy items. Then in the mid 1960s Shun Lee Dynasty opened in the east side of Manhattan and started serving…

How the West Was Won Over by Sichuan Chili Oil - Red Cook

Recipe for spicy Sichuan/Szechuan chili oil. Why buy when you can make your own?

Sichuan Chili Oil - Red Cook (Dinner Vegan Vegetarian Vegetables Chili powder Dried chilies Sichuan peppercorns Red pepper flakes Scallions Purple gromwell Cinnamon sticks Vegetable oil Whole cardamom Fresh ginger Whole cloves Star anise)

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