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Class 302, Irvine, CA » wandering tummie



Jun 04

Class 302, Irvine, CA



Class 302 Irvine CA, shaved ice, flavored shaved ice, desserts, mango, Chinese shaved ice, Chinese desserts, grass jelly, Chinese food, Chinese restaurant

Three people mentioned Class 302 to me in one day, raving how their shaved ice is really good. I love desserts and all but shaved ice isn’t really high on my list. BUT I got talked into going and as it turns out, it wasn’t half as bad. I don’t know how they do it, but the bowl came out with thin layers of mango-flavored ice on top of each other, like frosting on a cake. The ice is really flaky and soft that it’s almost as if you’re eating yogurt. You can choose up to 5 other dessert items to add on your shaved ice for free, so we opted for grass jelly, sweet mango pieces, longan fruit, and condensed milk.

Class 302 Irvine CA, fried chicken, Chinese sausage, tofu skin, vegetables, pork stew noodles, Chinese food, Chinese restaurant

There’s also a ton of snacky food if you need something salty to offset all that shaved ice sweetness. We tried a bunch of different dishes: fried chicken, Chinese sausages, meat wrapped in tofu skin, pork stew with rice noodles, pork rice and veggies. They’re all very decent.

Class 302 Irvine CA, stinky tofu, deep fried tofu, fried tofu, Taiwanese food, Taiwanese restaurant Chinese food, Chinese restaurant

But my most favorite dish of all is stinky tofu. It’s basically deep fried fermented tofu drizzled with BBQ sauce. Very popular in the East and Southeast Asia, stinky tofu is something you’d find in an outdoors night market or call “street food.”


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