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Lion Fish at Chengdu Taste; Mast Brothers in Beverly Hills

ALHAMBRA— Chengdu Taste is San Gabriel Valley's hot newish Szechuan restaurant, of which Jonathan Gold is a fan. He recently returned and discovered that the eatery serves "lion fish," aka the "Bloomin' Onion of the undersea world," a dish he has never actually seen on a menu. And while The Goldster was "thrilled" to try the flayed and deep-fried fish, he admits it was "very good" but not his favorite seafood on the menu. [LAT]

BEVERLY HILLS—The Mast Brothers, subject of a recent profile in the NY Times, will sign copies of their new chocolate cookbook, Mast Brothers Chocolate: A Family Cookbook, at Monsieur Marcel on October 27 from 1-2 p.m. Apparently Monsieur Marcel was the first shop in LA to carry their full chocolate line. [EaterWire]

CULVER CITY— Chef Kevin Meehan of Kali Dining is teaming up with Patricia Tsai over at ChocoVivo from Novebmer 1-3 for a series of five-course dinners in which each course will incorporate chocolate, both savory and sweet. The meal costs $95 and diners will sit at a communal table in the middle of the shop. Alcohol is BYO. [EaterWire]

Chengdu Taste

828 W Valley Blvd, Alhambra, CA 91803

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