Following up on early heads ups from JThur01 and TonyC, Sham Tseng has just opened up in the historic Jumbo Seafood/NYC Jumbo/Kitchen/Gourmet Island building. Their signature items appear to be roast goose, roast gosling, and black rice goose, as well as their hand made roast pig. Also, goose intestine dishes. They also have the same 300+ item menu used at the Monterey Park location, which should play better in Alhambra due the larger premises compared to Monterey Park, where there's insufficient room for all of the waiters to move about. Not a lot of business today, though. Street address is 203 W. Valley Blvd.
In another opening, TonyC tweeted about New Lincoln Seafood Restaurant which recently opened its doors at the former location of Lincoln Plaza Garden in the Lincoln Plaza Hotel. Lincoln Plaza Garden had been one of the oldest dim sum places in the SGV opening almost 20 years ago when it replaced Jade Garden. TonyC's tweet also contained the word "garbage" which hasn't seemed to diminish the size of the crowds--the place was packed with a wait at 11 am this morning. However, having received fair warning I didn't bother to fight the crowds and will perhaps return when the looky-loo phase passes. New Lincoln Seafood is at 123 S. Lincoln Ave. in Monterey Park.