The Top 10 Chinese Restaurants
Sea Harbour Seafood Restaurant is one of The Top 10 Chinese Restaurants.

1. Sea Harbour Seafood Restaurant

7.3
3939 Rosemead Blvd (Valley Blvd), Rosemead, CA
Dim Sum Restaurant · 39 tips and reviews

Los Angeles magazineLos Angeles magazine: The Must-Have Dishes: Chiu chow dumplings, congee, Hong Kong-style Dungeness crab. Read more.

Hunan Chilli King is one of The Top 10 Chinese Restaurants.

2. Hunan Chilli King

6.1
534 E Valley Blvd, San Gabriel, CA
Asian Restaurant · 8 tips and reviews

Los Angeles magazineLos Angeles magazine: Cured meat is a staple in western China, and the fry-up of belly bacon with green onions and blistered, brittle-skinned pepper pods is potent stuff, each flavor powerful and distinct. Read more.

Kam Hong Garden is one of The Top 10 Chinese Restaurants.

3. Kam Hong Garden

5.9
848 E Garvey Ave, Monterey Park, CA
Chinese Restaurant · 8 tips and reviews

Los Angeles magazineLos Angeles magazine: A crackling pancake, made with a wheat dough that’s hand rolled behind the counter and wrapped around a pinch of braised pork and soft-cooked leeks, has the airiness of a great pupusa. Read more.

4. Blue Ocean Seafood Restaurant

1412 S Garfield Ave (at E Valley Blvd), Alhambra, CA
Chinese Restaurant · 5 tips and reviews

Los Angeles magazineLos Angeles magazine: Phalanxes of steam carts roll out from the kitchen hauling potstickers laden with bamboo shoots, wrinkly siu mai chock full of succulent ground pork, and char siu bao. Read more.

Mr Chow Restaurant is one of The Top 10 Chinese Restaurants.

5. Mr Chow Restaurant

8.4
344 N Camden Dr, Beverly Hills, CA
Chinese Restaurant · 91 tips and reviews

Los Angeles magazineLos Angeles magazine: ...tender, thinly sliced veal tongue redolent of tea and cinnamon stick, as much a spice box as a perfect dish. Read more.

Lu Din Gee (Duck House) is one of The Top 10 Chinese Restaurants.

6. Lu Din Gee (Duck House)

6.6
501 S Atlantic Blvd, Monterey Park, CA
Chinese Restaurant · 24 tips and reviews

Los Angeles magazineLos Angeles magazine: The duck is brought out with its lacquered hide separated from the moist flesh (a bland soup is made with the carcass), which you wrap in a rice-flour pancake... Read more.