Yang Chow Review

Yang Chow Review


Telephone No. 399 37 61

Business Hours: Mon-Sun, 11am-10pm

Menu (From Zomato)

Yang Chow is a mandarin and Szechuan cuisine that deals in a variety of delicious dishes. It is located at three different locations in the United States and has quite a fan base among the people of such tastes. This article has all the necessary information you might want to know about this restaurant, from the Yang Chow menu to Yang Chow order online and Yang Chow delivery. 

History of the Restaurant:

In Chinatown, the very first restaurant of Yang Chow branches was built in 1977 by Yun’s family of five brothers. Yun’s family came from the whole generation of restauranteurs and cooks. At first, this restaurant was a former diner, while later, it became a two-room eatery. The restaurant was highlighted by the LA times due to its very popular specialty named slippery shrimps; Yang Chow slippery shrimp was the signature dish and the reason behind the expansion of the business. 

Yang Chow Locations and Contact Numbers:

Yang Chow restaurant is located at three different locations in the United States. The detailed addresses of all the Yang Chow locations are given below;

Chinatown / Los Angeles:

  • 819 N. Broadway
  • Los Angeles, CA 90012
  • TEL: (213) 625 – 0811
  • FAX: (213) 625 – 7901


  • 3777 E. Colorado Blvd.
  • Pasadena, CA 91107
  • TEL: (626) 432 – 6868 
  • FAX: (626) 432 – 4539 

Long Beach Yang Chow 2.0:

  • 2930 Clark Ave.
  • Long Beach, CA 90815
  • TEL: (562) 982 – 4288
  • FAX: (626) 432 – 4539

Another place to definitely try out while passing through Marcos Hi-way is Yang Chow Dimsum & Teahouse! This Chinese family restaurant is part of the list of places my family goes to to dine and celebrate special occasions like birthdays, mother’s day, etc. or if we just want a simple family get-together. That said, the food here are both good AND affordable!

It’s just beside Kingsville Village along Marcos Hi-way. Other landmarks include SM Masinag and Super 8 Supermarket. Parking is adequate, though be ready to stack your car behind other vehicles since the place is almost always packed with people especially at dinner time. Others just park in the sidewalk or even just order take-outs.

Inside, it’s pretty spacious and the grande Chinese-themed interiors are quite eye-candies. Tables of four, six, eight, ten and twelve are distributed accordingly in both the main dining hall and private rooms. If you’re the type who wants to dine quietly and in peace, noise will probably be an issue here for you. Given that it’s a family restaurant designed to cater to dozens of families all at once, things are going to be a bit loud and busy.

Although the food here is undeniably good, there have been a few instances that customer service isn’t. There was a time when people who came later than us got their order first (same dish we ordered), a time when it took a long time for the bill and change to arrive, and also times when the waiters and waitresses ignored us and hoped for others to entertain us because things were getting too hectic. I can overlook these slight mishaps (but other people won’t), but hopefully they’ll tweak their systems a bit to be more efficient, warm and welcoming.

Anyway, just a heads up since they only happened once or twice on the many occasions we ate there. The food is that good so we still come back. Here are the usual dishes we order at Yang Chow:

  • Nido Soup w/ Quail Egg (Large) – 200 PHP
  • Roast Pork Asado – 180 PHP
  • Shark’s Fin Dumpling – 65 PHP
  • Chicken Feet (Adidas) – 65 PHP
  • Hakaw – 75 PHP
  • Four Season Scallops Dumpling – 65 PHP
  • Sizzling Beef Tenderloin with Black Pepper Sauce – 280 PHP
  • Yang Chow Fried Rice – 180 PHPAlong with all these detailed menus, specific lunch deals and family packages are also served by Yang Chow that can be found on their official site or at GRUBHUB.

    Yang Chow Order Online and Delivery:

    You can order from Yang Chow restaurant through GRUBHUB and Ubereats.

RATING: 8.4/10

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