If you have a super-keen eye (or, like, just read the side of their building), you might recognize this restaurant from its role in the seminal 1998 film, Rush Hour. But unlike most big shots from that time, Foo Chow’s star power hasn’t dimmed a single watt - their current takeout menu is filled with unique dishes like stir-fried fresh squid, sauteed jellyfish in a sweet and sour sauce, and bean curd and oyster soup.
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Amboy Quality Meats
Amboy Quality Meats is an outstanding burger stand and butcher shop in Chinatown that secretly serves the best fries in Los Angeles.
As the name implies, Suehiro Mini in Chinatown is a smaller version of Suehiro Cafe, a Japanese restaurant in Little Tokyo.
Wax Paper Chinatown
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.
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Kwong Shop is a potsticker pop-up in Mid-Wilshire with delicious cook-at-home potstickers.
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They’re putting out some pretty stellar modern Filipino food at Lasa in Chinatown, in an atmosphere that makes you feel at home.
Mexicali Taco & Co.
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.
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