Welcome to Jasmine House!
Jasmine House is opened in 2016, and starts feeding Chinese and Hong Kong celebrities ever since then. While the story of Chef Lupe begins in 1980s, when Chef Lupe worked as head of chef at uncle’s restaurant in Mexico. Then flash forward to 1984, Chef Lupe moved back to Los Angeles and worked as the head chef. Chef Lupe Liang opened his first restaurant in Chinatown Los Angeles – Hop Woo! Chef Lupe was flourishing in the wild success of Hop Woo! He also felt the urge to open a new location to accommodate more guests.
Jasmine House is opened to serve you award-winning Hong Kong style cuisine. The food is freshly prepared and made to order every time. Jasmine House is a great restaurant for friends and family. Our staff are friendly and courteous for whatever the occasion. Be it a lunch break, a dinner with friends or even a quick take out meal! We also have a lovely dining room for Banquets. When you don’t have time to dine with us at our restaurant in Alhambra, you can always order deliveries on Postmates, GrubHub and UberEats!
Lupe Liang Timeline
1980 worked as head of chef at uncle’s restaurant in Mexico
1984 worked as a cook in Los Angeles
1990 opened and worked as head chef in Los Angeles
1993 opened and worked as head chef at the 1st Hop Woo in Los Angeles Chinatown
1996 interviewed by LA Times
2002 opened 2nd Hop Woo location in Santa Monica, was interviewed by LA times for the 2nd time. Lots of visits from Hollywood celebrities.
2004 opened 3rd Hop Woo location in Alhambra, lots of visits from Chinese and Hong Kong celebrities.
2006 started participating in Chinatown Summer Nights by representing Chinatown and Chinese cuisine in demonstrations and competitions.
2010 participated and won in LAPD’s National Night Out Iron Chef competition
2011 represented Chinatown and Chinese cuisine and won again
2012 featured in Downtown News & Swedish Magazine Vagabond
2013 Nov interviewed and featured in videos for Chinese channel
2013 Dec interviewed by Christine Roth (Co-conspiracy Entertainment), Eddie Lin (Deep End Dining) & Billy Dec (Rockit Ranch productions)
2014 Jan interviewed by Xinhua News Agency