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A perfect San Gabriel lunch, all along Main/Las Tunas

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  • kevin May 25, 2007 10:36 AM
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Newport Seafood on Las Tunas for some frield garlic, fish sauce, scallions, wok fried lobster. with some french beer and of course the bo la lac (filet mignon medallions with a peppery sauce, almost au poivre-like).

Followed by some dumplings and a diet coke or two, from Luscious Dumplings.

Then head off to the Stuffed Sandwich for a few Belgian beers (as of right now the Belgians are on tap).

And afterwards by late afternoon, head off to Fosselman's for a triple scoop of taro, chocolate rasberry mousse ice cream, and english toffee. wow, oh, and possibly licorice if they have it.

Then loosen the proverbial belt.

now i'm getting hungry.

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  1. Thank you SO much for your help with my weight-loss program, Kevin, especially the bo la lac and the trip to Fosselman's! Even ONE scoop of ice cream is off my agenda...well, okay, maybe just one...chocolate raspberry mousse, yes!

    1. Are you kidding?

      We stopped by Luscious Dumplings last night, with the intention of going to Fosselman's for dessert.

      After a few (well, maybe more than a few) of the juicy soup dumplings I am beyond stuffed.

      A stop at the CVS Pharmacy for some alka-seltzer is more likely.

      1. That rocks. This is my kind of outing... and everyone wonders why I workout so hard.

        1. how much is it for an order of bo luc lac? if its under 8 bucks i'm there

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          1. re: lapchern

            maybe 11 bucks but it's so worth it, and enough for two to share. lots of beef.

            the lobster on the other hand is very expensive but worth it too.