Bistro Na is a fancy, slightly expensive restaurant in SGV that’s perfect for a big group willing to throw down on some excellent Chinese food. Bistro Na is one of very few Imperial Cuisine restaurants in the US, which means it serves food that was originally designed for royalty. You’ll get that as soon as you walk into the dining room, with its carved wood paneling, jade everything, and super attentive staff. And some excellently prepared food. This place isn’t cheap, but the incredible dishes (definitely get the crispy shrimp) are worth the price. Also, know that they don’t take walk-ins, so make a reservation.
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