Hui Tou Xiang Noodle House is expanding to a second location in Hollywood, located at 1643 N. Cahuenga Blvd.
The 2012 restaurant is moving into a 2,029 square-foot space that Panpipes Magickal Marketplace and Ball & Chain once occupied. The second location will feature the same fresh, homemade dumplings featured at the original location in San Gabriel at 704 W. Las Tunas Dr. Both restaurants will be owned and operated by Jack Li.
“Here at Hui Tou Xiang, we love food,” according to their website. “We love sharing our love of food with you, and that is why we are constantly concocting new and delicious ways to bring a smile to your face. We don’t want to be some fad that’s going to fade away. We’re here to be the restaurant that you can eat at daily, the one you crave when you’re hungry, and the place you’ll never get sick of.”
The new Hui Tou Xiang restaurant is expected to feature some similar dishes as the original, such as boiled dumplings, wontons, soup noodles, and dry noodles. The restaurant also features a large selection of frozen dumplings you can make at home. If you’d like to place an order with them, they would rather you call in instead of paying through UberEats or Grubhub, according to their Instagram.