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SIMIHOUND Apr 4, 2007 09:53 PM

I ran across another location today at Devonshire and Balboa. What is the difference in the two locations? Do they both serve dim sum?

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    WHills RE: SIMIHOUND Apr 5, 2007 07:56 AM

    I think the location you mentioned above is the "least authentic" location. I heard the Northridge and Reseda locations are much better tasting. I've only been to the Northridge location, so I can't compare.

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      SIMIHOUND RE: WHills Apr 5, 2007 09:15 AM

      From your reply I take it there are three locations. Where is the Reseda location.??

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        kajtf RE: SIMIHOUND Apr 5, 2007 09:20 AM

        The one on Reseda and Prairie is Northridge, and Granada Hills is the one on Balboa and San Fernando.

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          WHills RE: SIMIHOUND Apr 5, 2007 09:22 AM

          NORTHRIDGE: On Reseda Blvd. by the Mandarin Deli (not sure what the cross-street is). I think this is the only location that serves dim sum.

          RESEDA: On the corner of Reseda Blvd/Vanowen (I think).

          GRANADA HILLS: the location you mentioned above.

          Do a chowhound search. It seems like there is a consensus that the Granada Hills location is not as good as the other locations. http://www.chowhound.com/topics/77162...

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        kajtf RE: SIMIHOUND Apr 5, 2007 09:01 AM

        To me, there seems to be no difference in terms of the taste of their food. However, the one in Northridge serves dim sum while the one in Granada Hills does not.

        1. boogiebaby RE: SIMIHOUND Apr 5, 2007 09:20 AM

          The Reseda Prarie location is the only one that does dim sum. The Granada Hills and Reseda/Sherman Way locations have menu items only, but the menus are a bit smaller than the Prarie location.

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