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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
I have always wanted to try Mr. Chow. Now that I have I won’t ever have to go back. Instead I will drive out to Monterey Park and get some legit Chinese food. Serves me right for thinking I could get something relatively authentically ethnic in this part of town. Shrimp toast was pretty good but the rest was pretty meh. The famous Mr. Chow noodles were crap. There was this awful red meat sauce slathered over hideously soggy noodles. I don’t know what made the green prawns green....totally sketchy. You are better off going to PF Chang’s for that kind of “Chinese” food. The only thing which was really high caliber was the service. I can’t believe I passed up going to Bouchon, Pastaio, or even Mastros.
Very disappointing food experience. A more capable kitchen staff is called for here. We shared, among other dishes, the filet mignon and bamboo (crispy) duck. The meat was tasteless and well done. The duck was definitely crispy-right to the bone, and the rice pancakes where cold, dry and lifeless.
The service was as good as it gets. The staff from entry to exit couldn't have done more to make our evening more enjoyable. If I ever go back, it would be to have an evening of old school professionals serve a dinner.
The ambiance was really nice, the food was not so good...I would not recommend this restaurant if you would like some good food.
I ordered the Crispy Beef.......I could not decifer what type of meat came to the table and the asparagus was slimey. The seating was uncomfortable and beyond terrible.
You can't go past Mr Chow when in LA. It has a great vibe to it. Starts with a drink at the bar, meeting your waiter who is impressively dressed in a white apron, and just seem to organise everything for you. The Champagne cart can't be missed. No need to order off the menu, just tell them what you like and they will order for you. You can't go past the duck. Overall a great experience.
We all loved Mr Chow! They were so friendly and accommodating-we had a 10:30 reservation and due to the football game we were not able to make it there till 11 and we had to add 2 more people!! The food was delicious, we did the prix fixe menu and let them pick our choices sine we were so late----everything was wonderful! The prawns and chicken satay seemed to be everyone's favorites!
Worst visit ever to this Beverly Hills stalwart. Early reservation and few diners at restaurant. Still took 20 minutes to get a drink delivered. Handed drinks and menus at same time and asked if we were ready to order. Told them to give us a chance to read menu. That was last time had any interaction with our waiter. Bus boys helped us from that point as we couldn't get waiters attention. Food came out lukewarm. Was there really beef in the "Crispy Beef" entre? Entirely left off one of the entrees we ordered. Offered to prepare another one as we sat there finished with our meal. Never offered us dessert or coffee. Had to flag busboy again to get a cup of coffee. Just a bad and quite disappointing evening at one of our favorites. And since when has Mr. Chow's sunk so low that women wearing flip flops and denim cut off shorts are allowed in for Saturday evening dining at this white table cloth restaurant??? Same with the guys wearing dirty t shirts and baseball caps. Please clean everything up Mr. Chow's. This is not who you are.
Tables were so close and the background noise was so high that one can barley maintain a conversation with the person in front of them. The seating was awkward, they sat all females on the inside row on a continuous bench and dates were seated on the exterior on a chair that was much higher leaving a disparity that had a person looking upward to gaze at the other persons face. Obviously, to maximize covers per day . The build out was minimal and the decor non-existent. Flowers were starting to wither and die by the bar and the vase was much to large for the space. The reception desk was in the corner and was not directed in a welcoming manner. The food was mediocre and over priced. The staff was friendly but clearly rushed for time.
Service not great because the waiter did not check on us at all to see if everything was alright. The back jacket crew did their job good on the other hand. Rice was over cooked and satay sauce could of been sweeter, and they did not give out the finger bowls to clean hands. I've been to every mr chows nothing compares to the food and great service like New York TriBeCa's mr chows is.
Mediocre Chinese food at crazy high prices. They may have been the vanguard 30 years ago, but they're definitely resting on their past reputation. You'd do better going to Panda Express and buying yourself a present around the corner at Saks or Neiman Marcus.
Family of 4 with 15 & 17 yr old. I wanted to have a special dinner as this was a bucket list vacation. While the Food was very good, a little too pretencious and uptight for us. The headwaiter after we turned down his offer to select our meals for us, commented at how "little" food we were ordering, even though we ordered 3 meals for 3 people. Not our kind of place.
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