5 Eateries We Frequent in Southern California
During show season and off-show season, the crew will meet up regularly to chat and discuss what’s next for DaYUUM or to just hang out. We tend to migrate to eateries, and these are our top choices.
Paper Pot Shabu – Diamond Bar
Shaba in a paper pot? Not so typical in the U.S. but has been around for decades in the Far East. Several broth choices from mild to wild, sweet and sour, mixed in with a variety of meat from Kobe to choice to duck and lamb, and even vegetarian. Umm, no wonder it’s one of DaYUUM’s go-to spots to have a meet and discuss the future.
Roscoe’s Famous Deli – Chino Hills
Retro decor, 24 beers on tap, and free peanuts which can be wastefully discard on the ground? Winner! Their portions aren’t shy and neither is their food. Bold, tasteful, with a wide selection of sandwiches and burgers. You either have to share or bring your appetite. The onion rings are on point and the soft drinks are huge, 34-ounce huge with free refills. It’s a perfect American eatery with Americana memorabilias. What other place can you sit underneath a 4-post lift with an American classic and neon lights?
Belly BombZ – Artesia / Long Beach
Food truck gone brick-n-mortar, Belly BombZ, is a Korean / French eatery. Tasty Pork Belly sliders, flavorful wings, and craft beer on tap. The dark, rustic decor has limited seating which seats about 40, but it’s worth the wait. It’s a place that the crew never denies. They have 2 locations, Artesia and a mobile truck on Pine in Long Beach.
Gen Korean BBQ House – Cerritos / Huntington Beach
Bring the appetite and prepare to over eat. Gen is the DaYUUM’s choice for all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ. They have a wide variety of meats to choose from and beer on tap. Soju for the ones that need a little more edge. Hawaiian steak, briskets, and garlic pork belly are to die for. Generous sides and quick service keeps us coming back. It’s a perfect spot to socialize and expand your taste buds.
Shin-Sen-Gumi Hakata Ramen – Fountain Valley / Rosemead
Shin-Sen- Gumi is definitely are go to spot for ramen. Open late and even on holidays, their broth is customizable and sides are plentiful. Add a boiled egg, add corn, less sodium, regular broth? You can have it at SSGH. If you are extra hungry, add $1 for extra ramen. The seating is limited and often time we have to wait an hour to seat, but it’s well worth the cuddle time we have outside waiting.
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