Angelenos are aware of the fact that sometimes it's the peripheral places surrounding a major attraction that have it going on. This little place is a ... More
Angelenos are aware of the fact that sometimes it's the peripheral places surrounding a major attraction that have it going on. This little place is a good case in point. Located on a side street just off Chinatown's main drag, this seafood eatery is the kind of place natives recommend to tourists. Although the decor won't win any design awards, it's really the awe-inspiring menu that draws the crowds. There are 18 shrimp entrees alone. Anything you order is delectable but the shrimp with honey glazed walnuts is especially memorable.
you have to be joking me. this place is horrible. Chinese people have a saying... gok lo fan. Means trick white people because white people are usually the only people that eat at these places. Chinatown is the old town , more for tourist if anything. The new Chinatown is in San Garbiel/Alhambra/Monterey Park. Anything on Valley is better than Hop Li. Hahah, these lists are jokes.
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