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San Gabriel Valley restaurants to offer secret menu items in first Chinese Cuisine Festival

Calling all foodies! Thirteen of the San Gabriel Valley's most popular Chinese restaurants will offer secret menu items and the chance to explore the region's cuisine during the first Chinese Cuisine Festival. Between March 7-16, restaurants will feature dishes from various regions of China and offer special tastings, the Los Angeles Times reports

Henry Huang, representative for festival organizer and Chinese student marketing service Icon Union, said that the restaurants were chosen based on student ratings of the most popular food in China.

"We want this event to help people in Los Angeles to find the top Chinese food tastes similar to restaurants in China," Huang told the L.A. Times.

Alhambra's Chengdu Taste, known for its Sichuan tan tan noodles and house special tea flavor duck, will be showcasing a secret menu for the festival. Other participating restaurants include Duck House, Wok B.B.Q., and Three Travellers Bone Hot Pot in Monterey Park; Hong Yei Restaurant, Dong Ting Chun, Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot, Hunan Style Restaurant, Beijing Restaurant, and Spicy City in San Gabriel; Beijing Tasty House in Rosemead; and Haige Star and Zheng’s Fusion in Rowland Heights.

To view the secret menus and offers from each restaurant, visit the event's Facebook page. 

Read the full story from the Los Angeles Times.

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