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Posted by Al on 01/29/2015
Literally the most disappointing food I've ever had. It reminded me of old people food, very boring options (for gourmet I thought there would be more adventurous flavors and combinations), nothing adventurous or interesting, mild/boring flavor. I didn't know what to expect but I expected it to be at least average. They provide 3 sauces that started stale or store bought so maybe they expect you to another your food with it? At our waitresses reccomendations we had the fiery beef, walnut prawns, noodle side dish and lettuce wraps (sick, ours had weird hard and chewy chicken pieces). Beef was really tender but still only mild flavor for being fiery. Everything else was a waste of my time and calories. Small portions but I feel like that's standard at "gourmet" restaurants. The service and staff were excellent though, this bad rating only has to do with the food. Barely any veg/vegan meal options really only a salad or side dish. I don't think you could pay me enough to eat a meal there again.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/15/2012
I went with my brother and my two parents. My dad is a raw vegan, my mom is a vegetarian, and my brother and I don't eat red meat. They catered so well to our needs and created an atmosphere that worked well for family (like ours) and for friends and dates, etc. The food has awesome taste and is filling. They say regular dishes (not in family style deal) are portions for 2. Not true! Portions are very small but filling. Overall, absolutely awesome!
Posted by anonymous on 06/26/2012
The food is wonderful if you are willing to pay. The satay chicken is a personal favorite. Service couldn't get better.
Posted by Mg on 05/07/2012
300 bucks for three people? Should have known when someone said TMZ "is like there every night". Waiter picked the food and conveniently the most expensive dishes. Pass!
Posted by Anonymous on 02/11/2012
I've travelled around the world eating delicious gourmet food. This is some of the poorest food I've ever had. To call this Chinese food is an insult to the Chinese culture. I will never go back to this restaurant.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/19/2010
Squab with lettuce, drunken fish, ma mignon, brown rice and bean sprouts. Unbelievably fantastic. With cocktails and wine about $100 per person. Well worth it. I could eat here every day. People who don't like Mr. Chow just get sticker shock when they get the check - the food and service are out of this world.
Posted by lolah on 07/29/2009
i don't understand why some people don't like Mr. Chows.. I believe they just don't want to spend, so they make excuses and say the food isnt good! The food is delicious, though, the ambience is chic, the service is impeccable, so what if its a bit pricey? its worth it! Ive been to the one in Beverly Hills numerous times and its my favorite restaurant in Los Angeles.. I'm never dissapointed when I go! My favorite dishes are the Beijing Chicken, the green prawns, the sweet & sour prawns, the crispy beef & duck, the lobster, chicken satay & the fried rice.. one minus: the desserts!