Dim Sum at Shanghai No. 1 Seafood Village (San Gabriel, CA)

The Mainland corporation that owns Shanghai No. 1 Seafood Village reportedly spent big bucks on possibly the fanciest Chinese restaurant ever to open in the LA basin. Chefs would be brought in directly from Shanghai, the ambience would appeal to the fussiest diners and menu to match. The debut was such a big deal that... Continue Reading →

Radish Cake at The Jade Seafood Restaurant (Richmond, B.C.)

It's simply called Fried Radish Cake, the English shorthand for the more descriptive Chinese ideograms on the menu. Customers of The Jade Seafood Restaurant in Richmond order it as part of a dim sum meal or as a snack. The chefs at Jade don't make the radish cakes in the usual way, which is to steam, then pan-fry a mixture of... Continue Reading →

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