Welcome to Meanwhile in the SGV, a regular collection of San Gabriel Valley updates from Eater’s roving reporter, Jim Thurman. This month, a century-old Beijing restaurant doesn’t last a year here, Anhui cuisine departs, and the return of Hunan-style rice noodles. Rowland Heights: Peking duck specialist Bian Yi Fang has been around 122 years in Beijing, but didn’t last a year in Rowland Heights. Their first U.S. branch, located in the Pearl Plaza, has shuttered.
Weekend mornings at this Hacienda Heights shopping center sees a group of people standing near one particular door, with others seated in a couple of rows of plastic chairs. The crowds are there for a Hong Kong-style breakfast at the recently opened, eastern branch of Delicious Food Corner. DFC first opened in a fairly small space in Monterey Park and was so overwhelmed that it has since expanded twice.
In a City of Industry strip mall, under signage of the previous tenant, P&R Taste serves a few items from the Chinese city of Hangzhou. Even with the abundance of Chinese regional and municipal cuisines in the San Gabriel Valley, this is something different, as Hangzhou has rarely been represented here in L.A. County. Located south of Shanghai in southeastern China, Hangzhou is the capital city of Zhejiang Province.
@nakedsushi@eaterla Well, minus the capital 'T' 😀 Or, alternately: "The only restaurant in the SGV representing Anhui-style cuisine, one of China's "Eight Great Cuisines", has closed. China Taste, which opened in January, has shuttered."
@nakedsushi@eaterla How about this?: "China Taste, The only restaurant in the SGV representing Anhui-style cuisine, one of China's "Eight Great Cuisines", has closed. The restaurant opened in January."
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