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About Mr Chow - Beverly Hills
Opened in 1974 by world famous restaurateur Michael Chow. MR CHOW started in London in 1968 and continues to enjoy generations of devoted clients from art, fashion, music, and entertainment. Art, celebrity and superb cuisine all blend together in this stylish restaurant in the heart of Beverly Hills, it has always been an institution for Hollywood’s biggest stars and its loyal clients.
The American Academy of Hospitality Sciences recently awarded MR CHOW the 5 Star Diamond Award for excellence, service, and cuisine. Our Executive Chefs are one of most respected chefs in Chinese cuisine. MR CHOW is a combination of old authentic Beijing and Original Recipes. Chicken Satay, MR CHOW Noodles and Ma Mignon all were created by our passionate and skillful chefs. Also on the Menu is one of the best prepared Beijing Duck in the world.
“Mr. Chow defies all odds and remains an impossibly chic spot that still draws the rich, famous and well-heeled decades after." - Los Angeles Times
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 12:00pm - 2:30pm; Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 6:00pm - 11:30pm
Wilshire & Brighton Way
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Pasta Chef demonstrates traditional Chinese hand-made noodle making nightly.
Private Party Facilities:
2 Private Rooms available 20-30 guests or full restaurant buy-out.
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Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
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Mr Chow - Beverly Hills Ratings and Reviews
Pressure you to order a pre fix even though we said we wanted to order al a carte. Too much food went to waste. They don't offer to pack it. We split the $500 bill on 2 cards and the waiter messed it up. He then processed it again wrong. Over 30 min to try and fix the bill. I usually sit in the main dining room and was in the one to the left this time. The waiter was not attentive. It was unlike any experience I had there before.
This was truly the worst food I have ever had in a restaurant during my forty-five years of life. I am surprised that this place has survived in a high-rent district like Beverly Hills. Good service, but terrible food. Much worse than average, but very expensive. I couldn't eat more than a few bites.
Carol and I were very disappointed in the number of ideas on the menu that we had to order and pay a very high price for food that we would not have ordered. The menu should be simplified. We eat at Mr. Chan for the Perking Duck but that required us to pay for three people at $78.00 each.
We loved the service and the Ambiance but very disappointed in the menu.
I don't like writing negative reviews but if I can save you a disappointing dinner, I feel it's my duty as a fellow open table user to say something...
At Mr Chow service was impeccable, but the food was unimpressive and many tables are so tightly placed that waitstaff have to pull the whole table out whenever you want to get up. The expression Sardines in a tin comes to mind. A gentleman next to me got back up and left the restaurant without ordering, after seeing how squeezed in he'd be.
I love dining out in LA and am frequently impressed by both food and unique atmosphere the restaurants create. After eating at Mr Chow however, I felt stressed out and queasy (a LOT of sugar and salt in all the food). I'd expected a lot more from a Beverly Hills classic like this
This experience was horrible. We have had better times at less expensive places. The seating is extremely tight. They lock one person into the booth seating and place tables on each side. Good luck using the bathroom. The noise level was beyond and the service was okay. Save the money and go elsewhere.
Mediocre food. Their "legendary" noodles tasted like lukewarm, overcooked Chef Boyardee. Their shrimp tasted Panda Express. Our broccoli never showed up, so we were forced to eat plain white rice without a sauce or flavor to mix it with.
My wife and I love food and weren't expecting culinary greatness, but this place is not worth eating at despite its once-legendary status. Our waiter was polite and the Keith Haring on the wall is pretty sweet, but other than that I unfortunately don't have much else positive to say.
Anywhere in the world you can find a Mr. Chow, go there; London, New York, Tribeca, Beverly Hills and probably Dubai. A plethora of creative and complicated Asian entrees you could never make a home, and light years ahead of Chinese takeout. Let the server advise your table, offering your preferences to guide the choosing. The bartenders are world class and lightning fast, the wines perfect, but bear in mind this is spicy cuisine that inspired PF Chang Chila Bistro that never achieved anything like this level as a shopping center franchise. Lunch or dinner here is friendly, helpful, efficient, fun and active. The great things just keep coming. Once you try it, you will come back wherever you find it and you will always spot some celebrities, even though the booths and tables are discretely private and in nooks. Plan on spending about $100 per person on food and beverages and just relax into the whole experience. Unbelievable!
Always a delight eating at Mr Chows. They treat you like family the moment you walk into the door. The ambiance as well as the staff have always been delightful. If you like duck they have one of the most unique fried duck dishes. Comes with little "pancakes"/mini tortias that you can make little bites with. Must try the plum sauce as well.
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