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Help! Any one know of ChungDu style Xiao Chi in LA?!?!?!?

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Dan Oct 21, 2000 09:19 PM

The best meal of my entire life was eating Xiao Chi, in the city of Chung Du, which is in the SiChuan Province of China. I never thought I'd be able to say that but hands down it was the best eating experince of my life.

Does anyone know of a place that serves authentic and delicious Xiao Chi in LA that isn't tamed down for blander palates??? Please Help!

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    Pepper Oct 22, 2000 10:06 AM

    I'm not sure what Xiao Chi is, but pretty much the only authentic Sichuanese restaurant in L.A. is Fu Shing in Pasadena. You could always call them and ask.

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      Chandavkl Oct 23, 2000 09:03 PM

      The only good non-tourist Szechwan which comes to mind is Best Szechwan, which sits in a small shopping mall with several other Chinese restaurants at 534 E. Valley Bl. in San Gabriel (1 block west of San Gabriel Bl.). There used to be Chengdu Dynasty on Garvey in Monterey Park, but they closed down.

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      Raul Gutierrez Oct 29, 2000 12:11 AM

      3 Great Xiao Chi (little dish) restaurants:

      Lu's Garden 534 E Valley
      626-280-5883

      Mastro's Food (3 Village)
      626-289-9082

      Tung Lai Shun 140 W. Valley Blvd San Gabriel
      626-288-6588

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        Dan Oct 30, 2000 06:08 PM

        Suh-weet!

        Which one should I try first?

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          Kevin Wall Nov 2, 2000 02:24 AM

          They are all close to each other... since you are eating little dishes, go hungry and try all three!

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