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Sunday, August 13, 2017

Southland Flavor

I found a Taiwanese restaurant in the south bay that I hadn't tried yet--Southland Flavor. It's located in the Ranch 99 complex on Wolfe Road.

Simmered Pig Ear--$6.25. This had great flavor.

Fried Daikon Cake--$5.25. This came with 5 pieces and was soft on the inside and crispy on the outside.

Green onion pancake--$5.75. On the expensive side but it was well fried.

Sweet Rice Stuffed in Pork Chitterling--$5.95. This was also very good. Not mushy and the best I've had in a while.

Oyster Pancake--$7.25. I liked this as well. Nice sauce and pancake was not mush.

Deep Fried Tofu--$6.25. Loved this dish. The tofu is soft on the inside. The pickled vegetables were also very good.

Squid Potage Soup--$6.50. A little too sweet. Be sure to stir the soup well. There's a glob of BBQ sauce that needs to be mixed into the soup.

Sauteed On Choy with Garlic--$9.95. Good flavor and not greasy.

Eggplant with Basil--$11.95. On the expensive side but great flavor with the basil. The eggplant was well sautéed.

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