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Costco's frozen CP Shrimp Won Ton - not bad, not bad!

Out of curiosity, I bought Costco’s frozen CP shrimp wonton. The package contains 6 rice bowl size servings with 5 wontons each wrapped around a whole shrimp. Not expecting much flavor, I threw a piece of ginger in the container before microwaving. Surprisingly, it didn’t need it. The clear broth is redolent with sesame oil with a mild dashi flavoring. Shrimp filled wonton is the only type I like and this fills the bill. Last night I made my own pork broth with napa cabbage and added the Costco won ton. No need to drive to Joy Luck or Ranch 99 when in the mood for a single serving of won tons anymore! And a lot closer than Hong Kong’s Mak’s.

Oct 29, 2007
Yert Quan in San Francisco Bay Area

Sea Harbour, Rowland Heights Parking

I forgot to add that one of the gentlemen uses a scooter, so stairs are out.

Apr 08, 2007
Yert Quan in Los Angeles Area

Sea Harbour, Rowland Heights Parking

We are three pairs of seniors each traveling with 22 foot camper vans on our way from Northern California to Texas via I-10 and wanted to have lunch at Sea Habour in Rowland Heights. How is the parking for space and maneuverability? Or are there other equivalent restaurants with ample parking? The preference is as far east as possible with good Cantonese food. This would be Tuesday, April 10.
Thank you in advance for your suggestions.
Chernyert
Los Gatos, CA

Apr 08, 2007
Yert Quan in Los Angeles Area