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Los Angeles is a big city, and there are many different options for food here. However, if you are looking for the best Chinese food in the L.A. area, here are some of the better options that the city has to offer.
For visitors, The Palace offers authentic Chinese food, in one of the most enjoyable settings. The Palace blends casual and upscale dining for a unique setting that is equally good for families or for business travelers. You'll also find the menu items quite delightful.
Hop Li Seafood Restaurant
If you want some of the most authentic Chinese seafood cuisine in LA, then Hop Li Seafood Restaurant has something to offer you. You'll find four different locations throughout the city, including Chinatown, and Westside. You will find that this restaurant offers all of your favorite seafood items prepared with authentic Chinese flair and flavor.
Ocean Seafood Restaurant
For even more Chinese food options, you can head over to this restaurant on North Hill Street. Here, you'll find an impressive array of Chinese food items, as well as elegant décor. The restaurant also offers catering and has some very large rooms for rent if you need to host a gathering of some type here.
Chi Dynasty offers stunning elegance and some of the best Chinese food in the city. There are two locations, one in Studio City and one in Hollywood. You will also find that this Chinese food restaurant offers only the freshest food possible, and all dishes are made with contemporary flavors.
Pollo a la Brasa or Peruvian Chicken as it is widely known, is one of the most consumed dishes in Peru and has become a great sensation in the United States. This dish originated in the 1950’s in the capital city of Lima. The origin of this style of cooking the chicken is credited to Mr. Roger Schuler who is a Swiss citizen who was in the hotel business in Peru. He carefully observed the way his housekeeper cooked the chicken slowly under the shade from the trees in the Santa Clara estate. He observed how she would place the small chickens on a metal bar that was approximately 3 feet long and slowly cooking them over wood.
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