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Seafood Paradise in Westminster -- what is LA equivalent?!

echo_park | Aug 27, 200001:13 PM     1

A pal and I went down to Orange Co. to see Pedro Martinez pitch a couple weeks ago in Anaheim and decided to have a pre-game meal in nearby Westminster at SEAFOOD PARADISE. Folks, hands down the best Chinese meal I've had at a restaurant other than Luk Yue. This was HK-style, but definitely infused with a Vietnamese flair (particularly the "house" squid) -- I'm referring to it as "ethnically Chinese Vietnamese" or "Vietnamese-inspired Chinese" although neither of these combinations is truly culinarily/culturally accurate. Here's my question: I'd like to find the "Seafood Paradise" of LA/S.G. Valley. I've been less than happy with the standard HKs in Chinatown (Yang Chow/Ocean Seafood on Hill). I like Harbor Village in MP, but haven't had that sort of nirvana/euphoria/bang-on-the-table-rapture I experienced in Westminster over braised shrimp. Help me out here.

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