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Quintessential Asian Lunch around San Gabriel

Kharin | Dec 11, 201207:39 AM     3

Can anyone give me a good lunch suggestion?

Our plan is to driving from Canyon Country (Santa Clarita) to San Gabriel Area (to buy some asian groceries & amazing Banh Mi) then we'll be heading to Grand Canyon. A bit of a loop if I look at the map, but I know San Gabriel is where asian food is at (correct me if I am wrong?)

SO amazing asian lunch along that route would be ideal.

- Pho? Bò 7 món( "seven courses of beef")? Dim Sum? Chinese? Thai? Jap? - Anything asian really... but it's just gotta be delicious!
- Affordable & Casual ($50 or less meal for family of 4)
- We are chinese but my parents are from Vietnam. We live in Toronto.
- This is happen on Dec 26... so hopefully all the restaurants will be open

---- btw. are restaurants/ asian grocery stories opened on Dec 25?

THANKS!!!!!!

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