43 "Chinatown" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Pearl River Deli is known for their Hainan chicken, but don’t be fooled - there’s so much more going on at this to-go window in Chinatown.
Dubbed the “Costco of Thai Food,” LAX-C is massive warehouse of Thai goods on the edge of Chinatown.
Amboy Quality Meats is an outstanding burger stand and butcher shop in Chinatown that secretly serves the best fries in Los Angeles.
Kim Chuy in Chinatown specializes in the coastal cuisine of Chiu Chow, a city in the eastern part of Guangdong province.
Wong Kok is a fast-paced Cantonese restaurant in Chinatown serving dim sum all day.
Full Moon House is a Chinese seafood restaurant on Hill St. where every day is a celebration.
Phoenix Inn is a certified Chinatown institution, known for their unique mix of traditional Cantonese dishes and modern Chinese-American fare.
Foo Chow is a longstanding Chinatown spot serving a variety of great dishes.
Blossom’s Chinatown location is a great option for Vietnamese food, serving one of favorite bowls of phở tái (rare steak).
As the name implies, Suehiro Mini in Chinatown is a smaller version of Suehiro Cafe, a Japanese restaurant in Little Tokyo.
L.A. Brisket is a shop in Chinatown that specializes in all things barbecue - if the name didn't already clue you in to that fact.
Chinese Friends is a no-frills restaurant on Broadway that serves Chinese-American fare and has no affiliations with NBC (that we know of).
Qin West is an LA mini-chain serving excellent bowls of noodle soups.
My Dung Sandwich Shop is where you go for delicious and affordable banh mi in Chinatown.