Time Out says
Home to its famous slippery shrimp, Yang Chow Restaurant is a family-run staple in Chinatown, started by a family of five brothers who named the restaurant after their hometown. Once an old-school diner, the restaurant opened their doors in 1977 and now serves a menu of over 100 items from Mandarin and Sichuan cuisine. A Los Angeles Times review in the early 1980s featuring the aforementioned slippery shrimp launched Yang Chow into stardom; since then, customers have come here to try the dish along with other specialties including kung pao squid and General Tseng's chicken. If you can't make it to the Chinatown location, Yang Chow has branches in Canoga Park and Pasadena as well.
819 N Broadway
|Opening hours:||Sun-Thu 11:30am-9:30pm; Fri, Sat 11:30am-10:30pm|
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