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24 Hour Chinese Food???

mmonteleonejr May 9, 2007 11:04 PM

Can anyone help me???

I can't find any open late, or 24 hour Chinese Restaurants here in the Inland Empire.....

Any Suggestions or know of any places???

The cravings for fresh Chinese Food are getting very intense every Midnight and I must feed that need soon :)

  1. w
    WHills May 10, 2007 11:15 AM

    Your best bet is Rowland Heights.

    Maxim (HK style cafe) off of Nogales and Gale should open until at least midnight.
    Same for Garden Cafe in the HK supermarket plaza on Colima (HK style cafe)
    New Capital Seafood (Fullerton exit) would also be open very late (Cantonese cuisine)

    1. c
      Chandavkl May 10, 2007 09:54 AM

      Very few 24 hour Chinese restaurants west of Manhattan Chinatown. I know there are a couple in the San Gabriel Valley but can't think of them offhand. As previously indicated these would probably be Hong Kong cafe style operations. As far as the Inland Empire is concerned, there could be late night places near by the UC Riverside campus., since restaurants catering to college students often keep later hours. Check out the large shopping center on University Ave. or maybe University Cafe, a bustling restaurant featuring Taiwanese specialties at 1715 University Ave.

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      1. re: Chandavkl
        raytamsgv May 10, 2007 11:49 AM

        I don't think Hong Kong-style cafes the SGV open all night. Most of them close sometime in the early morning hours. This info is from older menus, so it might not be up to date:
        Baccali Rotisserie (Alhambra)
        Sun-Th 11-1 AM
        Fri-Sat 11-2 AM

        Regent Cafe (Alhambra)
        Sun-Thur: 8-1 AM
        Fri-Sat: 8-4AM

        Tasty Garden (Arcadia)
        Sun-Sat: 11-1 AM

        1. re: raytamsgv
          Chandavkl May 10, 2007 01:20 PM

          Not to suggest that they all open around the clock, but I did go to one recently that did. Just can't remember which one it was.

          1. re: Chandavkl
            silleehillee May 10, 2007 01:26 PM

            Might it have been Sika's Cafe on Valley?

      2. eatdrinknbmerry May 9, 2007 11:13 PM

        I think you're closest bet is West Covina, off the Nogales exit. There are a bunch of Hong Kong style cafes that at latest, may open till 4 am. Still it's a far drive for you from the 909.

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        1. re: eatdrinknbmerry
          Burger Boy May 10, 2007 03:03 AM

          Nogales at the 60 frwy is Rowland Heights, i believe.

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