Tian's Dim Sum

Sure, you’ll find better dim sum in the San Gabriel Valley, but unless you actually live there, getting there can be a trek (and have you seen the state of gas prices?) And if you’re craving pan-fried turnip cakes, chive and pork dumplings, or BBQ pork rolls, Tian’s will most certainly do the trick. Plus, they serve a bunch of other foods too: pad see ew, kimchi chow mein, Indonesian fried rice, and Luóhàn zhāi, also known as Buddha’s Feast. It’s a traditional, highly auspicious vegetarian dish filled with bamboo shoots, carrots, snow peas, and more. There aren’t any of the famous dim sum carts here, just order with the waiter and let the bricks of lo mai take you away. 

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