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Noodlemania #2! Chinese Seafood/Lobster Noodles ~ DTLA Chinatown Summer Nites!

  • Aug 17, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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This is one of the newest Chinese restaurants to open in Chinatown. It is upstairs on the 2nd floor. Three tables! Lobster Noodles!We'll do three tables and this will be a family style dinner, meaning that we all share in the various dishes and the bill is equally divided excepting if you order drinks, desserts or food to go that you will pay over and above the shared portion. If you don't eat seafood, pork or have food allergies or are a vegetarian, this event is probably not for you.

So let's explore some of the various Chinese noodle dishes available in Chinatown. Our journey continues here at this relatively new resto. I haven't eaten here in but I did poke my head in here just as it was closing for the evening a few months ago. This will be more expensive than Noodlemania #1 as this one will be more seafood oriented so expect the price to be in the $25-35 range and so please bring $40 cash to be safe.

After dinner, optionally, we can explore Chinatown Summer Nites! Live music, DJ, beer garden, dancing, Cooking demo, martial arts demonstrations and more. This is all free!

Below: Lobster with Yee-Fu Noddle

Below: Sliced Prime Rib with Mixed Fresh Mushrooms

Their seafood dishes look enticing. We will order more than just noodle dishes so that it will be a more balanced meal.This will be for an 10-12 course dinner... I will be ordering for the tables and all the dishes will be the same as the dinner will be banquet style.

No menu that I could find, but they do have a Paper Pilots6 PM The Vim Dicta7 PM Soft Swells8 PM Salt Petal9 PM Fever the Ghost10 PM Hot As Sun11 PM Incan Abraham

Craft Beer Garden 5pm-midnightTBA

Food Trucks 5pm-midnightBabys BadAss BurgerCrepe N AroundDon ChowFluff IceFlying PigIndia JonesJogasaki BurritoLobo TruckLudo TruckTrailer Park TruckYalla Truck

LACE Market 5pm-midnight

West Plaza

Family Workshop (5pm-8pm)TBA

Artisan (5pm-9:30pm)Calligraphy by Guojian CuiCandy Sculpture by Shinobu IchiyanagiClay Sculpture by Keluo XuDough Sculpture by Chris LeeRoaming Magician by Minh Tran

Culinary StageHosted by Eddie Lin, of Kamikaze Kitchen & Deep End DiningTBA

Mandarin Plaza - 970 N. Broadway

Paper-Folded SnakeJoin us to break the world record for Chinese Paper Folding.

Wishing SnakeMake a wish and the donations will benefit the Chinatown Service Center Youth Center.

Ping Pong

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  • Marla S.

    It was fun breaking bread and visiting.

    August 20, 2013

  • Darrell

    Next year for Chinatown Summer Nights, we should dine at New Dragon... it is right in the heart of the happenings...

    1 · August 18, 2013

  • Darrell

    We had a seafood soup, filet mignon dish, rock cod w/black bean sauce, lobster lo mein noodles, whole roast duck, Schezwan scallops, Singaporean vermicelli noodles w/shrimp and bbq pork. We had 4 no shows/last minute cancels so we only had six attend and we had 6 dishes plus soup. The food was okay, no bad dishes, but the service was appalling... way bad, even for a typical Chinese restaurant.

    The only good thing is that the food was cheap... $15/person or $17pp including tax and tip... but I won't be returning to this place.

    Chinatown Summer Nights final weekend. It was cool that upstairs of the Grand Star they had a DJ, dance floor and full bar. About 11pm, it just started to fill up. We had snagged a scarce table, next to a fan, so it was a cool spot... Unfortunately I have a 50 mile bike ride Sunday, so I couldn't stay longer. Next year, we'll just grab some food and have a dance party upstairs and jamup the upstairs!

    Chego was hopping all night... Always a line to get food.

    August 18, 2013

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    A former member

    Sounds great!

    July 25, 2013

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