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Report on A&W Seafood & BBQ Restaurant, Northridge

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Report on A&W Seafood & BBQ Restaurant, Northridge

Chris | Mar 20, 2005 09:01 PM

Husband and I were planning on going to NBC Seafood in Monterey Park this morning for dim sum but decided to try A&W Seafood in Northridge as it was closer and we were hungry. Wouldn't have even known about it except for Chowhound posting. We were glad we did! Chef was from Hong Kong and food seemed just as authentic as that at NBC Seafood. We were not disappointed. For the most part, it was a shrimp fest--ground shrimp deep fried around a sugar cane stick with a mayo dipping sauce, shrimp sui mai, shrimp noodle crepes, and fried ground shrimp and eggplant. Nonetheless, we managed to order a few non-shrimp items like the meatballs, bbq pork fried rice, bbq pork bao as well as the almond jello with fruit. We didn't eat all of it so we had ample leftovers. And how much for all this? $26 + tax/tip. True! No joke. We arrived just after 10 am and had no problem with seating as there were two or three empty tables. By the time we left, people were waiting to be seated. Located on Reseda Blvd. at Prairie.

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