23 "Chinatown" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Majordomo in Chinatown is one of the rare LA restaurants you’ll walk out of genuinely surprised.
They’re putting out some pretty stellar modern Filipino food at Lasa in Chinatown, in an atmosphere that makes you feel at home.
For great, interesting wine, and excellent classic French food, Oriel in Chinatown is the place to be.
Home to the legendary Vampiro Taco, a meal at Mexicali Taco & Co is one of the best ways you can spend $12 in this town.
Chinatown deli Philippe The Original carries much culinary (and cultural) significance. It’s still very much worth the trip.
Angeleno Wine Co. is a great winery in Chinatown, and one of the only places in LA where they make wine on-site.
Eastside Market Italian Deli in Downtown LA is an old-school Italian deli serving up some of our favorite and messiest sandwiches.
A Filipino lunch spot in Chinatown, Ord & Broadway is a good place for a quick weekday meal.
This second outpost of the Wax Paper sandwich spot is in a Chinatown arcade, and it’s just as good as the tiny original in Frogtown.
Okiboru is a solid Japanese option in Chinatown for some casual weeknight noodles.
Lately is a weekday takeout window in Chinatown serving interesting breakfast and lunch foods.
Little Jewel of New Orleans is a Cajun restaurant/grocery store and a good place to get a po’boy and beer in Chinatown.
Highland Park Brewery’s second location in Chinatown is a great spot for pre-Dodger game drinks and snacks with a big group.