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Hengyang Chilli King Is Gone; Gui Lin Cuisine Opens In Its Place


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Hengyang Chilli King Is Gone; Gui Lin Cuisine Opens In Its Place

Chandavkl | Apr 19, 2010 01:53 PM

Driving along Garvey Ave., today I noticed a brand new restaurant just east of Garfield Ave., Gui Lin Cuisine. However, it was only when I parked and walked into the restaurant that I realized that this had been the location of Hengyang Chilli King. Consequently, unless they've relocated somewhere else, hounds are going to have to elevate one of the other Sichuan or Hunan places in the SGV as the top hot spot in the area. The menu at Gui Lin Cuisine features Guilin rice noodles, both and soup and dry form. Frankly, in looking at the non-noodle dishes on the menu, I couldn't tell you if these were Guilin specialities or not. I would comment, though, that the pan fried Guilin rice noodles were terrific.

As an aside, this particular location, 138 E. Garvey Ave., #C, is proving to be a very unstable location. Gui Lin is the fourth restaurant in this location since it was converted to restaurant use less than three years ago. Any feng shui experts care to comment?

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