The Low Down
The Extras: In another area? Yang Chow has locations in Chinatown, Pasadena and the San Fernando Valley.
Parking: The restaurant has a small, cheap lot behind it. If that's full, keep in mind that Chinatown parking is unpredictable, so pack some loose change or dollar bills and park in any space that crops up: metered street or adjacent lots.
When to Go: The busiest hours tend to be from noon to 1:30pm and from 6pm to 8pm; try dining during off-peak times for a more relaxed meal.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Opening its doors in 1977, Yang Chow---the place is named after the town outside of Shanghai from where the five founding Yun family brothers come---has become a Chinatown institution. Prices are reasonable and favorite dishes like theâ¦
Best in CHINATOWN
By Jennifer D at Insider Pages
This is an extremely popular Chinese restaurant located in Chinatown. There are often crowds waiting to taste the unbeatable Szechuan menu items th... Read More
Good Chinese Food
By Leslie H at Insider Pages
This is so much better than those $1 chinese food places. This is freshly made when you order it and it is very good. Their Won Ton Soup is to di... Read More
best wonton soup!
By Naomi F at Insider Pages
Yang Chow has the best wonton soup I have ever had! Full of fresh vegetables like snow peas, and bamboo shoots, mushrooms and nice big wontons! T... Read More
The original "Slippery Shrimp" restaurant
By Marty Z at Insider Pages
That name is so unappealing to me, bu the dish is fantastic, a mound of crunchy, spicy lightly battered shrimp in a pungent sweet and hot sauce. Pe... Read More
Yang Chow Restaurant
By Kevin t. at Judy's Book
The service is great. I've never had to wait for a table, and the staff always makes sure you're satisfied. The food is also very good -- The Chick... Read More