I'm seeing different types of rice noodle rolls (cheung fun) these days today, but not in Los Angeles. I had the prize winners today--in of all places, Houston, Texas (actually Sugar Land). At Jade Garden they have cheung fun with fish roe and scallops (large size, not the tiny ones), and another one with egg tofu. Also, Cooking Papa in Santa Clara and Foster City has like a dozen and a half varieties which includes shredded duck. But locally most of the restaurants only have the standard beef, bbq pork and shrimp. I think King Hua has it with chicken and bitter melon and somebody has it with mushrooms. Silver & Gold Amazing had the big ones with fish before they were smoked out. Anybody run across other varieties lately?
Silver & Gold Amazing
728 S Atlantic Blvd Ste 103, Monterey Park, CA 91754
King Hua Restaurant
2000 W Main St, Alhambra, CA 91801