Tin Sing restaurant's new course

Tin Sing restaurant's new course

There are 58 comments on the Daily Breeze story from Jul 20, 2008, titled Tin Sing restaurant's new course. In it, Daily Breeze reports that:

When Glenn Tachibana saw the construction work at the site of the once-popular Tin Sing restaurant in Gardena, he quickly e-mailed one of its owners.

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Randy

Camarillo, CA

#1 Jul 20, 2008
Anyone know why the restaurant closed in 2005?
Rich in SoCal

United States

#2 Jul 20, 2008
My family has been going to Tin Sing since they opened up in '64. When they closed last year we've been trying to find another place like it. After many restaurants in various cities, we have still not found a replacement. For me, Tin Sing was the best Chinese Restaurant in our area, and I truly hope they reopen in another place here in the South Bay.

Rich
West Torrance
Torrance

Fullerton, CA

#3 Jul 20, 2008
When I was little, my parents took us to Tin Sing every weekend. We've been there with other friends and family and had many parties there. Over the years, their food quality went down and with so many other Chinese places to go to, we stopped going. I hardly go to Gardena anymore, but if I drive down Redondo Beach Blvd., I think of that place and the good times I had with my family.
Local Resident

Westminster, CA

#4 Jul 20, 2008
I too am interested to know why the restaurant closed in 2005?

It was always busy and the food great.

Why was the parking lot sold?
Felicia

Glendale, CA

#5 Jul 20, 2008
We really miss Tin Sing, We hope something could be done to bring ot back, so many of the great old places are going out of business
JDE

United States

#6 Jul 20, 2008
My family and friends really miss Tin Sing. It was a staple in our lives. It would be absolutely wonderful if they were to return to the southbay. The egg rolls were the best ever hands down!
Vixen

Beverly Hills, CA

#7 Jul 20, 2008
I haven't eaten at any Chinese Restaurant since the Tin Seng closed. I can't find another other Canton restaurants locally. I wish they would come back somewhere. Maybe Torrance?
Miss them

San Diego, CA

#8 Jul 20, 2008
Best egg rolls
Frantastic

Los Angeles, CA

#9 Jul 20, 2008
I'll be the third one to say that we cannot find a Chinese Restaurants to equal Tin Sing. Does anyone reading these comments know of one, preferably in Torrance?
tscard

Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA

#10 Jul 20, 2008
I think the best Chinese restaurant around is Szechwan in Lomita. On PCH and Oak Street.
Ching

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

#11 Jul 20, 2008
Pei Wei is number 1!
tscard wrote:
I think the best Chinese restaurant around is Szechwan in Lomita. On PCH and Oak Street.
Nathan

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

#12 Jul 20, 2008
PEI IS THE BEST!!
SAM

Whittier, CA

#13 Jul 20, 2008
Fu Shing on 182nd and Western, in that shopping center with the new 99cents store. (Was a former Albertsons)
GTO

Anaheim, CA

#15 Jul 20, 2008
Tin Sing had the most disgusting Chinese food in the South Bay. Greasy and utterly inedible. Good riddance!
Missing TS

United States

#16 Jul 20, 2008
I know the quality wasn't as good near the end but it was still better than anything left in Gardena or Carson. I can't find anyone who makes a good almond duck like Tin Sing did, original or old fashioned. The stuff at the New Far East was like cardboard and Hong Kong Garden and Paul's Kitchen in L.A. are only a touch better. Tin Sing also made a great pakkai (when it wasn't overcooked & dry). The sauce was killer. Hope it comes back in a new location but with the same quality they had back in the 60s & 70s.
VOTE OBAMA

Canoga Park, CA

#17 Jul 20, 2008
Could someone let us ALL know why Ting Sing closed down?

I too enjoyed eating there. It was always very busy.
really

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

#18 Jul 20, 2008
Frantastic wrote:
I'll be the third one to say that we cannot find a Chinese Restaurants to equal Tin Sing. Does anyone reading these comments know of one, preferably in Torrance?
Canton Low in El Segundo. Great Kung Pao and potstickers.
HMR

Hereford, AZ

#20 Jul 20, 2008
I remember Tin Sing from years ago.. it was a great restaurant!! but, seeing that the the city has no tenants, and probably none in the near future, is great payback..

Good luck to the owners of Tin Sing, I hope you find a new place, in a new city to build your restaurant...
Torrance

Fullerton, CA

#21 Jul 20, 2008
If Tin Sing reopens, I hope they find a new city....Gardena is a dump!!!
Gardena Man

United States

#22 Jul 21, 2008
There is no replacement for that good Tin Sing American style Cantonese food. Good luck to the Tin Sing Family and thank you for so many years. Gardena needs change. The Tin Sing properites have been sitting vacant too long. The city missed the boat on turning down the Tin Sing restaurant. Make decisions for the community good.

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