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It’s not that we don’t love a crispy egg roll. But this city is home to the nation’s largest, most authentic array of Chinese food. Herewith are our favorite dim sum dishes, a guide to our Chinese-foodiest street, and our picks for L.A.’s top restaurants
From finger-licking-good Dungeness crabs in Rosemead to the crunchiest shrimp toast in Beverly Hills, here are Patric Kuh’s picks for Far East eats
No city’s Chinatown—not even our own—comes close to Valley Boulevard in the San Gabriel Valley for the scope of Chinese regional specialties
White, green, black, and oolong, Chinese tea—or cha—is much more than a beverage
It’s been asked a thousand times, even by us: Can you find great, authentic regional Chinese food outside the San Gabriel Valley
The San Gabriel Valley gives Little India a run for its money when it comes to mouth-puckering heat
Hong Kong’s gift to brunch, dim sum is a noisy, tea-soaked smorgasbord delivered to your table by stainless steel carts trailing billows of steam
Comedian, celebrity roast king, and L.A. resident Jeffrey Ross demystifies The Jewish-Chinese food connection
Yang Chow’s slippery shrimp still beckons, but the area beyond the dragon gates is not the culinary destination of old
Fortune cookies? Oh please. Save room for shaved ice, frilly fruit tarts, and durian rolls
Jeffrey Yang at Mandarin Noodle Deli demonstrates his skill with three slurp-worthy noodle styles.
Where to find the best dumplings, hot pots, and pancakes
See which regions some favorite flavors of Chinese food hail from