Monday, December 22, 2008

Dim Sum at Sea Harbor

I love dim sum, but rarely go because of the drive to Monterey Park and its neighboring areas where a lot of the good spots are located. But, before Charles took off for his Christmas visit home, we got our act together and made it out to Sea Harbor. We ate a good deal, but didn't stuff ourselves silly (I'm not that familiar with the Chinese names, so some of the description might be inaccurate):

Har Cheung Fun (ahrimp in rice noodles)

Shrimp and pork dumplings

Spareribs with black beans

Gai lan (Chinese broccoli)

We had a few other things, but I was too lazy/eager to eat, so didn't snap photos of all. Our table, however, was in a side room that was freezing! I really felt like the AC was on. I had my winter coat, though, so it was okay, but a bit bracing for a leisurely Sunday meal! I'd definitely come back for the food, but would just hope to get seated in the main (and warm) dining room.

Sea Harbor
3939 Rosemead Blvd
Rosemead, CA 91770
(626) 288-3939


Passionate Eater said...

Your Chinese names are perfect. The dim sum looks great!

Passionate Eater said...

Oh, and sometimes, when I get seated near the door or a vent, I just try to keep warm with lots of hot tea. The tea washes the dim sum down too.

Marie said...

Passionate Eater, glad I got the names right! We did drink a lot of tea, which helped... I always need it with dim sum (even in less frigid conditions)! :)