The "Last Supper"?
- Gretchen Ehrenberg Mar 9, 2001 04:51 PM
Ok, y'all are getting rid of me..I suspect much to the delight of the Artesia/Cerritos Chamber of Commerce.
It's back home to my Alpine home in Bavaria, the land of Mad Cows and Foot in Mouth.
Where should I go for that last big dinner? Something that will be memorable for me and the Significant Other. To make it easier: Something I will not be getting back in Deutschland. Ribs or how about the epitome of a good steak? Area: San Fernando/San Gabriel Valley or close in Ventura Co.
Have at it.
Thank you, you made an excellent suggestion. My Boyfriend and I had Dim Sum yesterday. Funny enough, very close to my place in Germany (south of Munich)is an excellent Thai-Chinese place. In Munich there is now an exceptional Vietnamese place, not far from the main train station. Things have changed.
re: Gretchen Ehrenberg
Hope you enjoyed your dim sum. I, too, went for dim sum this past weekend. You will be surprised that there are sumptuous places in the Cerritos/Artesia area and rated A by the LA Health Dept to boot (no kidding)!!
I went to the Ten Ten #2 Restaurant on Norwalk in Artesia for my dim sum, which turned out to be a hearty meal. Very fresh and not too oily. Later in my explorations I found the new Ten Ten #3 Restaurant which appeared to have just opened for business which shares a building with a delicious looking buffet lunch & dinner place and is next to the Prince Seafood Restaurant (both also rated A by the way!). They are all off South Street close to Pioneer. In fact there was also a Filipino and a Korean restaurant around the corner, so there are many choices here!
So, why not take a trip down to Cerritos and leave LA with a lasting good impression of the area? *G*
What about the Saddlepeak Lodge in Malibu Canyon? My brother swears by this place, although I've never been. Maybe some other hounds can comment.