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Full Moon House

Restaurants, Chinese Chinatown
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Many shopkeepers will point you to Foo Chow—its claim to fame is a close-up in Rush Hour—the food at Full Moon across the street makes for a better attraction. It's in this classy banquet hall that you'll find everything you probably came to Chinatown for in the first place: steamed pork buns, chili-oil wontons, Peking duck (half or whole), lacquered vegetables, hot pot seafood and fried pork, all prepared at a level of execution that surpasses much of its surrounding competition—and with large portions, to boot.



Address: 960 N Hill St
Los Angeles
Opening hours: Sun-Thu 11am-midnight, Fri & Sat 11am-1am
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