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King Lobster Palace is from the same mold as those eateries that seem to exist on every corner of every neighborhood in the San Gabriel Valley. Groups of families gather around tables with lazy Susans crammed with dishes. Frail-looking Chinese grannies, tykes barely old enough to chew and everybody in between eat together, enjoying one another's company and, of course, the food. Try the House Special Lobster, which is as easy to eat as it is expensively delicious.
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You could take the 57 north, then the 60 west to the San Gabriel Valley to eat in Chinese-food mecca, or you could go to Orange, where you can feast like those suckers who made the hour-long trek. Here, King Lobster's signature dish, the House Special Lobster, outdoes even the grandest seafood temple on Valley Boulevard. It will be the most tender, easy-to-eat, deep-fried lobster you'll ever encounter. And in the morning, you can drive the short distance again to have their excellent... More »