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Lobster Bay Continues Apparent New Trend in Rowland Heights

Chandavkl | Feb 23, 201506:34 PM

For those looking for microtrends in local Chinese dining, I've noticed in the Rowland Heights-Industry-Hacienda Heights area a disproportionate number of recent openings of more upscale Chinese restaurants. When I say upscale, I mean both in terms of restaurant decor and design, as well as a higher price point that what we're used to seeing. Immediately coming to mind are Zheng's Fusion, Southern Gourmet and Taste Guizhou, and I'm sure there are quite a few others. I guess with a newer and less pricey real estate stock, it's easier to spend a few extra dollars on the decor. As far as the higher price point goes, I'm not sure what the demographics here are compared to the Western SGV. In any regard, Lobster Bay turns out good Cantonese food, expensive by night, but taking advantage of $7, 8 and 9 lunch specials we were able to try the pepper fish in special sauce, chicken in tangerine sauce, and Chinese broccoli with dried fish without breaking the bank, and everything was good. Obviously their specialty is lobster--with a minimum order of $30 you can get a 4 to 6 pound lobster for $10 a pound. Lobster Bay is at 18888 Labin Court, right in the front.

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