Chiang's Gourmet is an unlikely place to find good Chinese food, hidden in a corner just off the freeway, miles north of Chinatown, in a rootbeer-keg shaped building that was once home to an A&W. Once inside, it can still be a difficult place to find great Chinese food, even though the restaurant's kitchen is turning out the likes of excellent braised pork belly and terrific spicy beef tendon. t's hard to find the treasures, such as the spicy boiled fish, because, depending on the day of the week, the look of a party, or the whim of a waitress, a table could get anywhere from one to three menus, not all of which have the good stuff on them. Here's your guide to how to find the good stuff at Chiang's Gourmet.
Our Tip Make sure you get the smaller "Chinese" menu for the best and most authentic dishes. Anything with the homemade noodles is a surefire winner.