Huge Tree Pastry on hiatus, Liang’s Kitchen finally changes its name, more.
And now, a semi-regular update from San Gabriel Valley’s vibrant restaurant scene:
1) Temple City: Summer Rolls’s 2,010-square feet mothership inside the brand new Carmelia Square is coming along nicely. Beer taps are in (though beer and wine license is still pending), exterior signage is up, and the 300-square feet outdoor beer garden looks to be ready for some craft beer sipping along and goi cuon wrapping. Expect a Spring opening of this stunning, sunny space which should be a game changer for the beer lovers in the area. 5728 Rosemead Blvd #100
3) San Gabriel: The Memory Restaurant finally looks ready for its debut. It was not taken over by Huo Zhou Wang as previously stated, it was simply mired in construction delays. The butcher paper is down, and the spicy fish pot restaurant should be opening any day now. 128 W Valley, #C
4) Monterey Park: Shang Jie Kitchen, thought to be opening next to Liang’s Kitchen Monterey Park, is actually just Liang’s Kitchen. Liang’s has hung another poster next to the brand new building signage, advising customers the menu will remain. But they plan to finally ditch the “Liang’s Kitchen” brand and going with “Shang Jie” Kitchen instead. 788 S Atlantic.
5) Monterey Park: Instead of Shang Jie Kitchen, Coco Fresh Tea & Juice (with branches on Sawtelle and Downtown) is now under construction. 786 S. Atlantic.
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