For about a year now, my co-workers and I have been making repeat trips to JTYH Restaurant (9425 Valley Blvd., Rosemead).
While many people visit for the dao xiao mian (knife-cut noodles), my favorite thing here is the cat ears ($5.75). Don't gasp. I'm talking about Chinese orecchiette stir-fried with scrambled egg and pork.
The potstickers (10 for $5.25), pan-fried buns (10 for $6.25 to $6.95, depending on filling), and pancake with beef ($5.25) are also good choices.
Small bowls of dao xiao mian (in beef, lamb, and seafood versions) cost $4.75. Large bowls are $5.95. I find that the small bowls are more than enough, even to share.
Avoid all non-noodle, non-bun, non-pancake, non-dumpling entrees here (e.g., the last two photos above). They are damn close to being terrible.
When you go to JTYH, just dough it.