25 Results for "Restaurant In Chinatown Los Angeles"
Best place to satisfy your liangpi and roujiamuo craving
A good place to enjoy Chinese cuisine. Vegetarian options are also available and thus I had a great meal
Omg, I love there food. I've been going here ever since I was 14 or 15 years old don't remember but I love this place. My family an i have been coming here every time, great service an the people that works there knows us. 😊👌🏼i even take my mini family there to eat.
I ordered the three course meal which included a salad, lemon salmon with mash potatoes and a chocolate soufflé, and my friend ordered the scallop risotto. We shared the app and dessert from the three course meal, making the portion size
Vietnamese food... quality stuff. you won't be disappointed in the menu and service. there was fast, efficient, and courteous service. prices were decent. makes me feel like i in nashville again.
Really good! Good portion, served fast, nice customer service and the curry was spicy!
Came here after reading through Roy Choi’s cookbook. Would definitely recommend if you are a fan of either Korean or Mexican food - and even more if you like spices! (Be careful with the sauce if you are sensitive like me) Great serving
This place is sooooo good, little hole in the wall joint but the food was delicious and HUGE, I ate the leftovers 3 additional times, no joke. This bowl is the tofu one, it’s spicy so be aware.
Best chinese food in LA! If you are looking for the perfect place this is it!
Great staff great food
As typical tourists, we spent the afternoon wandering about Chinatown. That made us hungry so we decided to find a place to eat. We selected Ocean Seafood because of the beautiful and almost hypnotic lobby area, the excellent menu, and the
Cute little oyster bar... the place does have very limited number of tables and seats so it takes a while to get seated. We put our name on the Ocean Seafood Restaurant around 4:30 and we had to still wait about an hour to get a table for
Lives up to the hype! I believe it's the best tasting Nashville hot chicken in LA, I've gone about 5 times & it is great every single time! The fries & sandos are bomb! Especially with the comeback sauce! The crew is awesome! It's a one of
It was our first time to “Howlin Rays”, it was almost a 45 min wait, but it was worth it. We all got the “Hot” level chicken sandwiches with a side of fries.
Great little hidden gem. Excellent customer service. Their fried pork chops and dumplings were delicious. I was not a huge fan of the orange chicken or walnut shrimp. The thick vegetable noodles where amazing.
My favorite. Lunch portions and specials are generous. The quality and taste is amongst the best ever. Without breaking the bank. Easily feed 4 for $30.00
We decided on this place in Chinatown for Chinese New year. We got there at 7pm and it was around a 30 minute wait before we got seated which wasn't bad considering it was Chinese New year. They have some seats outside while you wait.
Open late for nite out. Good service. Decent price. Only couple mins from Walt Disney Hall!
Every time when I cam le los angles for business I would stop here to have my favourite fried rice. While I was eating yesterday found out they are probably closing in a month becoz the landlord is taking back the place. Hoping they will
The meals and service were beyond my expectations. I absolutely enjoyed the atmosphere of this place. Fantastic place to take the family out for dinner.
Cute little spot in Chinatown for Taiwanese street food. I tried the veggie potstickers and pork chili wontons. I love wontons! They are my favorite!! These were pretty good. Nice numbing sauce. The potstickers were also tasty.
This place is so good! Cute space, kind of cafe like, not too big. You order with the cashier then they bring you your food like at a cafe.
Affordable and straightforward. While the staff are friendly and welcoming, they are mostly inattentive so you will need to flag them down if you need anything. We ordered the No. 2 deluxe dinner, which says it's for two people, but it
to begin with you gotta love the name "Won Kok". Chinese food Cantonese style. Good not cusine and not $$$$$ but $$. No ambious setting but hard white lighting, Formica tables and waiters who to say the least are a trip. They also have a
Very well kept and accessible place. They serve large meals and for economical rates. I loved the menu very much and the staff were very welcoming and explanatory. I recommend this place.
The servings are generous but it lacks any delicateness. Staff is fine. It's not crowded probably because of the quality. Very affordable and there's parking.
The food was excellent, portions large and the service very good. We ordered the mushu pork and eggplant with steamed tofu and the food was perfect. one thing I've noticed about other Chinese restaurants is there is a tendency to over salt the sauces, this was not the case here.
Food tastes good. Kind of pricey at 18 and up per item but each plate feeds 3 or 4 people so it is worth it. Fast service and fresh food.
The food was incredibly tasty. I was so surprised with such a great prices and the high quality of the food. Clients were really enjoying the food and the people were really kind and fast to give us the food. I would say this is my favourite restaurant in Chinatown. Never disappoints
This spot offers superb service as well as delightful food. One of my favourite spots around here. The food served fast and the rates are fair. Will definitely recommend this spot.
I've been going here since I was a child. When I was a child, my family and I didn't dine out often so I will always remember Chinese Friends Restaurant. As I got older, I still remember enjoying the food here so whenever I'm in the mood
I told my friends about this restaurant with my warmest recommendations. I go their often. This recommendation is always successful. The the food there is tasty and the stuff is generous and cooperative. Whenever we go to this place we enjoy a lovely time. I warmly recommend this restaurant.
A no-frills eatery that serves authentic Cambodian dishes. The owner is kind and has some great recommendations for anyone passing through. This was our first time visiting Chinatown and we were in search for some tasty noodle soup for late breakfast. It's affordable, fast, and accompanied with friendly service.
Great spot with cheap food and an insanely large menu (over 200 items). The Bahn mi is great, super soft fresh bread and great filling. Their dry noodle dish (#14) is bomb and if you're feeling adventurous try the fried intestine add on!
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