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La Vie

La Vie Rack of Lamb

WHY  Tasty and affordable French cuisine housed in a friendly restaurant run by a Vietnamese family. WHAT  Classics like coq au vin, rabbit cooked in wine, mushroom, and tomato, and veal sautéed with lemon, butter, and capers are well executed; each is accompanied by fresh seasonal vegetables, salad, and the daily soup. Hidden in an unassuming […]

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Hunan Seafood

Hunan Seafood

WHY To spice up your seafood restaurant list. WHAT The Hunan province may be inland, but the restaurant’s name isn’t an oxymoron. The vast Dong Ting Lake and Yangtze River tributaries supply fish, shrimp, frogs and turtle, all of which are on the menu at this modern chrome-and-glass spot. Also here is Chairman Mao’s favorite […]

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888 Seafood

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WHY High-quality Chiu Chow dim sum, and lots of it. Don’t miss the taro and the exceptionally juicy sui mai. WHAT This vast and grand restaurant is famed for the incredible range of its dim sum—60 choices most weekdays and 80 on weekends—and its Chiu Chow expertise also extends to dishes like the whole perch […]

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JTYH Restaurant

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WHY For the delicious thrill of expanding your pasta connoisseurship. WHAT The house specialties, three northern Chinese noodle styles, open a window onto the earliest forms of noodle: dao xiao mian, absorbent ribbon-like noodles that are cleaver-shaved from a stiff dough roll resembling a yule log; cat’s ears, little dumpling-like blobs; and dumpling knots, spaetzle-like […]

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Sea Harbour

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WHY Seafood selections such as shrimp-stuffed eggplant, tofu rounds topped with scallops and shrimp and shark fin dumplings are standouts. WHAT Dim sum doesn’t roll on carts at this temple to tea snacks; instead the jewel-like dumplings, noodles and other refined small plates are pictured on the extensive, often-changing menu. Hard-core foodies choose the crunchy […]

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Mr. Baguette

WHY As close to an authentic Parisian baguette as you can get in California. WHAT As the name suggests, baguettes are the focal point, either to take home or as part of the tasty banh mi (Vietnamese-French sandwiches) made here. These are not robust like the ones at La Brea—they’re airy on the inside and […]

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Mayumba

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WHY The sandwich de cerdo with caramelized onions is mind-blowingly good. And there’s dancing to a Cuban orchestra on weekends! WHAT It’s got a lively weekend bar scene, a fine, buttoned-down dining room and all-around good Cuban cooking, but Mayumba’s sandwiches—cubanos and media noches fueled by a terrific lechón asado steeped in a garlic/sour orange […]

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Seafood Paradise

WHY The most jaw-dropping array of live seafood swim in spotless tanks: striped bass, spot prawns, eel, catfish, conch, oysters, cultured abalone, even Taiwanese frogs. WHAT A large, clean space is lined with uniform-size tanks holding everything from the sea or rivers you could possibly want to eat—and if you can’t find it live, you’ll […]

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