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What's In A Name? Denmark Gefion Steakhouse Opens in San Gabriel

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What's In A Name? Denmark Gefion Steakhouse Opens in San Gabriel

Chandavkl | Dec 21, 2011 04:54 PM

Too late to make JThur01's listing in L.A. Weekly, but Denmark Gefion Steakhouse has opened in the NE corner of San Gabriel Bl. and Las Tunas Dr. The dining room is sedately furnished, with pictures relating to Denmark on the walls. The menu, naturally, is mostly beef dishes, with a touch of pasta, chicken, duck , seafood and other dishes. The menu also explains the legend of Gefion and there is a pitch on the goodness of food from Denmark. Oh, and the chefs, all the customers and the staff are Chinese, and there's also a Chinese sign on the building, too. Menu is completely in English, but it does contain the usual malaprop-like spellings seen on Chinese menus, such as "fired eggs" and "poataoes". I had the Danish minced steak, best described as a hard salisbury steak, which was pretty good. Street address is 120 N. San Gabriel Bl., #C, in the same shopping center as Chong Qing Hot Pot and Half and Half Teahouse.

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