Sang Yoon: Guide to L.A. Street Food

Sang Yoon talks about the best in L.A. street food at the 2011 Food & Wine classic in Aspen.

Sang Yoon talks about the best in L.A. street food at the 2011 Food & Wine classic in Aspen.

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I like to go to my Chinese neighborhood in the San Diego Valley, which is a treasure trove of Asian restaurants. And you could literally hop from restaurant to restaurant. They're all within blocks of each other or just even in a couple miles from one another, and I like to make lunch by at least going to four restaurants. The road trip would start at 101 Noodle House for the famous beef roll. It's like a roti bread with some spicy brisket inside. That, nothing else. I would drive a block north to Hunan 168 for the Three Pepper Chicken. The spice will just blow my head off. I'll take half an hour to recover. Maybe get a foot massage. I drive a mile north to Hunan Chilli King, have the Fish hot-pot. Obviously I'm going to need friends to share that with, it's a huge portion. Again, blow my head off, I'm going to need another half hour to recover and I'll probably end the day at [UNKNOWN] for some [UNKNOWN]. Just end the day on some ducklings.
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Sang Yoon: Guide to L.A. Street Food


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