Yang Chow

★★★★★
  • 6443 Topanga Canyon Blvd

    Woodland Hills, CA 91303

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  • 818-347-2610

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The so-called "Slippery" Shrimp are not so much slippery as they are crunchy and saucy at the same time. It's sort of a sweet & sour flavor, really delicious. We find ourselves going back here quite often and also love the garlic eggplant and moo-shu vegetables.

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The so-called "Slippery" Shrimp are not so much slippery as they are crunchy and saucy at the same time. It's sort of a sweet & sour flavor, really delicious. We find ourselves going back here quite often and also love the garlic eggplant and moo-shu vegetables.

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I loved the szechuan beef in orange peel sauce! Yum! we had a few other dishes that were good(Chicken with cashews, a shrimp dish and chow mein) . But def worth a stop when you are hungry! Portions are large and reasonably priced. Prob top 5 chinese food in the valley. Not authentic but tasty! And service was very good. Quick and efficient.

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★★★★☆

I loved the szechuan beef in orange peel sauce! Yum! we had a few other dishes that were good(Chicken with cashews, a shrimp dish and chow mein) . But def worth a stop when you are hungry! Portions are large and reasonably priced. Prob top 5 chinese food in the valley. Not authentic but tasty! And service was very good. Quick and efficient.

Pros: good food, large portions, not overpriced.

Cons: some dishes were just okay

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Sometimes you have to get past yourself and take the advice of a friend. Thank goodness I did just that and tried Yang Chow's Slippery Shrimp!!! The only thing I have to say is you must try it...no words can explain!!!!

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★★★★★

Sometimes you have to get past yourself and take the advice of a friend. Thank goodness I did just that and tried Yang Chow's Slippery Shrimp!!! The only thing I have to say is you must try it...no words can explain!!!!

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An amazing find. Although a common dish in NY it is hard, if not impossible, to find here. I've sampled a few other dishes from Yang Chow but only a limited number because no matter what I plan on ordering I usually get the the sesame cold noodles. I've also never had a sit down meal there but the staff is always very friendly when I come to pick up my order. Good place.

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★★★★★

An amazing find. Although a common dish in NY it is hard, if not impossible, to find here. I've sampled a few other dishes from Yang Chow but only a limited number because no matter what I plan on ordering I usually get the the sesame cold noodles. I've also never had a sit down meal there but the staff is always very friendly when I come to pick up my order. Good place.

Pros: sesame cold noodles, polite staff, ready in 10-15 if you call ahead

Cons: a little expensive but worth the money when you are in the mood

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After hearing from a few people that this restaurant had great food, I had to try it out. We went on a Saturday and only had a 10 minute wait. The service was AMAZING and the staff was friendly and helpful. I have to recommend the slippery shrimp, it was fabulous! I would definitely recommend this place to anyone who loves great Chinese food!

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★★★★★

After hearing from a few people that this restaurant had great food, I had to try it out. We went on a Saturday and only had a 10 minute wait. The service was AMAZING and the staff was friendly and helpful. I have to recommend the slippery shrimp, it was fabulous! I would definitely recommend this place to anyone who loves great Chinese food!

Pros: service, friendly staff

Cons: can't think of any!

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Very disappointing and not authentic at all. I think Panda Express probably does a better job. Service is so-so, and the food is not very good. The price is also expensive for what you get.

1
★★★☆☆

Very disappointing and not authentic at all. I think Panda Express probably does a better job. Service is so-so, and the food is not very good. The price is also expensive for what you get.

Pros: No wait

Cons: Bad food, high price

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I've had Chinese all over LA, and YC is among the best, just like the dozen+ Zagat (etc.) awards on in their lobby promise. Unbeatable service combined with "perfect" Chinese food won my heart on the first visit. Fave dishes: Slippery Shrimp (they literally are famous for this one), Dry Sautéed String Beans w/Minced Pork, Shrimp Fried Rice, Sechuan Chicken w/Orange Peel Sauce (lots of peanut butter in this one-- unforgettable taste). Everything I've tried has been great. The decor is a bit bland/lacking, but who cares when the food is this good?!

2
★★★★★

I've had Chinese all over LA, and YC is among the best, just like the dozen+ Zagat (etc.) awards on in their lobby promise. Unbeatable service combined with "perfect" Chinese food won my heart on the first visit. Fave dishes: Slippery Shrimp (they literally are famous for this one), Dry Sautéed String Beans w/Minced Pork, Shrimp Fried Rice, Sechuan Chicken w/Orange Peel Sauce (lots of peanut butter in this one-- unforgettable taste). Everything I've tried has been great. The decor is a bit bland/lacking, but who cares when the food is this good?!

Pros: Food, never much of a wait, Service is awesome

Cons: No Delivery?!, Parking is a pain, Wooden chopsticks?

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If you've read my other reviews you'll notice a trend, a search for NY Style food in Los Angeles, and Yang Chow is no exception. I first heard about Yang Chow on a local weekend talk radio show. The guy went on and on about the Cold Sesame Noodles and not having had that since I left NY I figured I would check it out. I've only had a few dishes but everything has been amazing. I strongly recommend the fried dumplings, cold noodles, and chicken fried rice. They are basic dishes but its a skill to get them just right. They dont have Sesame Chicken and the Wonton Soup is a little different from most restaurants back east but I would definitely check this place out if you are a good, sit-down or take-out, dinner.

2
★★★★★

If you've read my other reviews you'll notice a trend, a search for NY Style food in Los Angeles, and Yang Chow is no exception. I first heard about Yang Chow on a local weekend talk radio show. The guy went on and on about the Cold Sesame Noodles and not having had that since I left NY I figured I would check it out. I've only had a few dishes but everything has been amazing. I strongly recommend the fried dumplings, cold noodles, and chicken fried rice. They are basic dishes but its a skill to get them just right. They dont have Sesame Chicken and the Wonton Soup is a little different from most restaurants back east but I would definitely check this place out if you are a good, sit-down or take-out, dinner.

Pros: Tastes Great, Fast/Good Service, OK Pricing

Cons: No Sesame Chicken, Eh Wonton Soup

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The Yun family founded the Chinatown branch of Yang Chow in 1977, with five brothers naming the establishment for their Chinese birth city. This restaurant has proven to be a Valley favorite. It's a handsome place with reasonable prices,…

 

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