Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in Hacienda Heights, California, United States. Hacienda Heights is an unincorporated suburban community and census-designated place in Los Angeles County, California, United States. As of the 2010 census, the community had a total population of 54,038, up from 53,122 at the 2000 census.
Things to do in Hacienda Heights
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The soup broth here is cooked overnight, and the noodles are made fresh to order. This is authentic beef Noodle Soup from Lanzhou, China. The only disappointing thing about this restaurant is that they do not open until 11:00 am. This is the breakfast of many in northwest China.
Having grown up in Asia, I often lament the lack of traditional Asian desserts here in the US until now with Meet Fresh in Hacienda Heights which serves high quality authentic Taiwanese desserts. As in Asia, you can order most of these desserts served hot or cold. If you are new to these, start with their Signature Icy Grass Jelly or Hot Glass Jelly. Their glass jelly is of the highest quality, rich, soft and silky and has a nice, noticeable herbal taste. They also have shaved ice and boba milk tea offerings. The restaurant is really hip with an upscale but laid back ambience and itâs a great place to meet up with family and friends. The prices of these awesome desserts are by no means inexpensive, but they worth very penny.
3 based on 19 reviews
Two Adults and Two teenage Boys in between morning water polo games looking for a place to eat. This is Cantonese style dining and we were the only Caucasians in the restaurant which was full of local Chinese couples and families. A very good sign. It's fun to explore new places and different types of food. The service was outstanding and the food was fresh and tasty. The Boys tried the Beef Noodle bowl and the Peanut Butter French Toast....both were delicious. The adults went for the porridge dishes and they were also very tasty. Affordable, fresh and tasty food with good service.
4 based on 12 reviews
My office is in Hacienda Heights, Tamaya Japanese La Mei is very close to my office and I will go with friends or business associates periodically. The one locates in "Albertson's" center is the original store of Tamaya, they have another store in Alhambra.The quality of their La Mei is very good, my co-worker is a seafood lover, she always orders the "Seafood La Mei" and I like "Pork Katsu Curry La Mei" which is Japanese style pork chop in current broth; If you are a meat lover, they have la mei specially designed for the meat lover; If you are vegetarian, you can also find your choice of veggie la mei with a lot of vegetables and seaweeds; In hot summer, instead of the hot soup la mei, you can choose the seasonal cold la mei. Don't forget to order the trio ice cream after your hot noodles, you have green tea/vanilla and red bean - 3 flavors ice cream top with red beans sauce; Oh, the "La Mei of the month" with give you a bargain price with a little extra :)
4 based on 19 reviews
Food taste good but some of the ingredients could have been better. For example my clam never opened up which means it's bad. For 11.99 you get your own pot already did loaded up for you. It's cooked by alcohol bricks that's pretty long lasting, at least 25min which was impressive. Could use higher quality ingredients though.
4 based on 16 reviews
We stumbled on this place when we were visiting our daughter. The food came out super fast and it was delicious!We ordered pork dumplings, house chicken, shredded pork with Peking sauce, garlic fried shrimp and Peking spring onion pancakes. It was all very fresh and tasty. The house chicken was definitely different-served cold with a sauce and cucumbers. We loved all the dishes. And not your run of the mill Chinese food. We very much recommend this place.
4 based on 14 reviews
1st time in this place and family was impressed on how spacious the place was and capable of accommodating a lot of guest. The presentation was not that impressive but the mix of items placed in their differeng sushi was just right making it taste deliciously different from each other. The service was quick coz there were only a few tables occupied and it was almost closing. But there were still some guest who arrived even almost about to close which were still cordially accommodated. There were more selections to choose from the menu and were clearly described. They serve draft beer in the pitcher which is a lot cheaper than ordered by the glass. This placed was just recommended by my sister and she surely isn't wrong in saying that this place is better than the place where we used to go to. Will surely go back.
4 based on 26 reviews
My husband and I, we heard about this restaurant so we decided to try it out. This is a stand alone restaurant that located in an industrial area of Hacienda Heights. Small place with limited parking, however, it does have street parking. Expect line is long at lunch. We finally got a table after 30' wait. Menu has pictures of each type of soup. We ordered Chicken wings for appetizer, it's too oily and tasteless. Beside that, I tried # 17 (Nanchatte Tonkotsu ramen, very popular here), my husband got Ten-Shin Ramen (crab omelet noodle soup). My ramen soup tastes ok, just a bit creamy for me. My hubby ramen soup has very thick sauce, mostly corn starch. None of us could finished our soup. Service is fast. Every bill was circle on tips suggested area. LOL. We'll stick with Shin-Sen-Gumi Hakata.
4 based on 37 reviews
Like all the Yelpers say, Akasaka Sushi Restaurant has a legendary chirashi bowl that competes with, and sometimes better than those you can find in Japan. I've had some of the freshest fish and chirashi bowls at tsukiji market in Tokyo, and have to say that Akasaka makes a mean chirashi bowl that rivals the best chirashi bowls in the world. The freshness and presentation, along with the variety of raw seafood make this bowl one of the best I've ever had. While the quantity of sashimi and sushi is often never enough at most Japanese restaurants, $45 here will definitely leave you satisfied.
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