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Best American Restaurants in Monterey Park

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Monterey Park Restaurants

Luminarias
Luminarias
(558)
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Mexican | Monterey Park, Pasadena / San Gabriel

The food was great and the attention was amazing. Our server daisy was very attentive and friendly. The overall staff was very nice. The manager Juan came over and made sure we were taken care More

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Gyu-Kaku - Brea, CA
Gyu-Kaku - Brea, CA
(52)
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Japanese | Monterey Park, Pasadena / San Gabriel

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Discover Monterey Park

Whatever your favorite Asian cuisine, you're almost sure to find it in Monterey Park. Asian restaurants rule the Monterey Park dining scene, which includes Chinese, Japanese, Taiwanese, and Cantonese options. Of course, don't forget Thai, Korean, and Burmese; the list goes on and on with delicious diversity. With so many styles to pick from, it's hard to imagine growing tired of Asian cooking anytime soon. When you're ready for a change, though, try the area's authentic Mexican food. Whether you want a grab-and-go taco or a sit-down meal, you can find it in Monterey Park's lineup of Latin American restaurants. Another cuisine to try? Don't miss out on this L.A. suburb's Hawaiian cooking, especially tropical barbecue and bowls of poke (pronounced po-kay), a popular salad made with raw tuna and sweet sesame.

Discover Monterey Park

Whatever your favorite Asian cuisine, you're almost sure to find it in Monterey Park. Asian restaurants rule the Monterey Park dining scene, which includes Chinese, Japanese, Taiwanese, and Cantonese options. Of course, don't forget Thai, Korean, and Burmese; the list goes on and on with delicious diversity. With so many styles to pick from, it's hard to imagine growing tired of Asian cooking anytime soon. When you're ready for a change, though, try the area's authentic Mexican food. Whether you want a grab-and-go taco or a sit-down meal, you can find it in Monterey Park's lineup of Latin American restaurants. Another cuisine to try? Don't miss out on this L.A. suburb's Hawaiian cooking, especially tropical barbecue and bowls of poke (pronounced po-kay), a popular salad made with raw tuna and sweet sesame.