Went on a National Holiday. Ordered whole chicken, whole duck and BBQ park. None of them lived up to what I know Sam Woo's to be. Will chalk it up to a bad day for them.
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Came based on friend's recommendation that their BBQ duck is very good and almost to die for. Waited for about 20 mins on a Sunday afternoon. The BBQ duck certainly was very good but not much to be said about the service. Efficient service seems...More
If you want cheap authentic cantonese comfort food, this is the place. All of their dishes are priced cheaply, but the portions are large. Their dumplings in soup are some of the best in the area. Their beef stew is great as well. My favorite...More
I live in a Midwestern college town, and unfortunately there are no Chinese restaurants with roast ducks and char sui hanging in the window. We stopped here on our way to Palm Springs from LA, then stopped on the way back as well. Service was...More
Nice place. The price is good. If you don't want to spend too much money and have some basic Chinese food.This is the place.
Met up with some friends from the South Bay who were craving some good Chinese food. Plain looking place but, that didn't matter, the food was awesome. There were only four us but, we ordered seven dishes! A half order of roast duck for $7.99,...More
This is a popular Chinese BBQ restaurant chain in the US. They are usually tied to 99 Range Market. They have good BBQ and noodle dishes. This place is small and is always packed. They have the $2 house soup at dinner time. It is...More
This is the most famous Chinese food restaurant in Chinese community, but also good for all people. This is the kind of Chinese food serve mostly Cantonese dishes, historical and keep on serving great.
This time, I would like to share my dining experience in Sam Woo Barbecue restaurant in San Gabriel, CA, end of last year. This was our 2nd visit in the past two years where the first visit, we noticed the food quality was not as...More