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Shanghai Cuisine @ Mei Long Village

  • Mar 24, 2013 · 5:00 PM
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Let's go out for Shanghai cuisine at Mei Long Village. We will eat family style. Here is what we will have for dinner:

  1. Green Onion Pan Cake (1x$3)
  2. Shanghai Rice Cake (1x$7.50)
  3. Shanghai Spare Ribs (1x$10.95)
  4. Braised Bean Curd Sheet with Stuffed Pork (1x$13.95)
  5. Sauteed Shrimp (1x$13.95)
  6. Braised Pork Shoulder in Brown Sauce (1x$18.95)

The price will be around $11 + tax + tip per person. Please bring cash.

No deposit is required for this event. However, all of our "Best of LA" Deluxe Dining meetup rules still apply, such as canceling must be done before the 24-hour deadline if you need to do so. If you cancel for any of the events after the 24-hour deadline or don't show, then you will be removed from the group by our organizer.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    This is the second Shanghai Cuisine I have been to and IMHO the food is quite good. The company was not bad either. LOL. We had some good laughs! Thanks Dominic.

    March 24, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    The braised pork shoulder in brown sauce was very tender that the ease of breaking it apart with a spoon reminded me of the veal osso bucco from Locanda Veneta. I think if we had 8 people, then we could have finished the whole thing. The Shanghai spare ribs were very easy to eat that a member who has an adversion to eating anything with bone attached said that she didn't think that they were spare ribs. The braised bean curd with stuffed pork was also delicious. We Vietnamese have a similar version, but rather than using glass noodles we use tomatoes instead. If I had to do this event again, then I would replace the pan fried dumplings with their xiao long bao. I actually come here quite often to eat xiao long bao because I don't like waiting in line for Din Tai Fung's version.

    March 24, 2013

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