Newport Tan Cang Seafood is one of our favorite restaurants in San Gabriel. That's saying a lot, considering how much good food is in the area.
Beef loc lac French style ($12.95).
This is one of Newport's specialties and a must-get.
Clams with black bean sauce ($11.95).
My husband's family loves all clams at Newport.
Clams with spicy hot sauce ($11.95).
See? They really love the clams. We always get clams.
Newport Special Lobster (seasonal price).
This is another must-order item here. Must.
Deep fried tofu ($9.95).
One of my go-to dishes here. Always good.
Ong choy ($9.95).
My favorite green vegetable.
Fried noodles with chicken ($7.95).
The only thing that Little Monkey Niece will eat.
The above dishes are frequent orders for us. That being said, I have yet to eat anything bad at Newport.
Chinese broccoli with dried fish ($16.95).
Abalone with black mushroom (seasonal price).
Deep fried soft shell crab ($17.95).
Braided crab meat and fish maw soup ($18.95).
Whole fish (seasonal price).
Steamed fish (seasonal price).
Yang chow fried rice ($7.95).
Kung pao chicken ($10.95).
Peking style pork chop ($10.95).
Sauteed pea sprout ($9.95).
Shrimp salad Vietnamese style ($10.95).
Newport Tan Cang Seafood never fails to satisfy. For those who are fearful of the San Gabriel Valley (i.e., scared to be the only non-Asians in the restaurant), fear not! I always see persons of non-Asian descent at Newport Tan Cang Seafood. The menu is in pretty decent English and even has some photos in it.
For those who question the authenticity of places frequented by non-Asians, fear not! This place is legit!