A friend suggested we have our business dinner at Yang Chow. Great spot. And judging by the photos on the walls, lots of famous Angelenos feel the same. Have the Slippery Shrimp.
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Yang Chow was recommended to us by a local. We (wisely) made reservations in advance. When we arrived early we walked around and found the same block held 3 restaurants with Grade B ratings, and one with Grade C. Happily, Yang Chow had a Grade...More
The Trip Advisor reviews brought us here, and they weren't wrong. This was great Chinese food, and we tried a variety of dishes in our group. Started with the corn soup, which was ordered for two but was more than enough for the three of...More
We came to Yang Chow looking for great Chinese food and this place delivers with great flavors AND great service, starting with complimentary (and delicious!) hot tea after being seated. We started with the fried shrimp appetizer and the sizzling soup. We had the Yang...More
The restaurant is located in old chinatown and from the outside, you had to open the door to check if they really were open since the shops around it were all closed at night, the street was quiet and only their sign was lit up....More
Made a reservation for 21 for my wifes 60th birthday. Everything was ready on time, they allowed separate checks for each family group and presented the cake along with singing "Happy Birthday" for no extra charge. Service was excellent with needs being made when required...More
Having been a patron for over 30 years, the consistency unique combination of taste, spice and consistency of slippy shrimp remains extraordinary. Virtually every customer has a plate on their table and folks make pilgrimages to experience this dish.
I saw great reviews for this restaurant and then i visited them to verify. it was jam pack full at around 21.00 pm.some people were also waiting outside in chilly winds. i decided to go for take out and eat it in my hotel room.i...More
Easy to drive right by this place, but don't. Small storefront, parking in the back with narrow alley entrance next to restaurant. We were seated immediately, quick and friendly service. Large menu, with options for very traditional or more "Americanized" versions. Slippery Shrimp quite good,...More
You have to wait to get in here as they do not take reservations. The place is small and cramped but the food makes it all worthwhile. Delicious Chinese (Hunan?) food served in generous portions is their thing. It is worth the wait to get...More