Reading TonyC's Eater LA column that H & H Restaurant had opened in the abandoned O T Kitchen space, I headed down to 429 W. Garvey to check it out. Unlike the more recent Cafe-ish tenants of this space, H & H appears to serve mostly Shanghai and Sichuan style food. The Shanghai dishes are listed under the "Huaiyangese" heading, while the Sichuan dishes are referred to "New Szechwan Food". Also a number of "Nanjin" denominated dishes and interesting sounding dishes which may or may not be old dishes with new names (e.g., special beef big egg roll, just noodle soup). They're still a little disorganized--three workers had to open up their wallets to give me a change from a $20 bill.