86 "Chinese" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Dan Modern Chinese in Pasadena makes great handmade dumplings and noodles.
Ixlb Dimsum Eats is a Hollywood Chinese spot with very solid takeout dim sum.
Tang Huo Kung Fu Spicy Hot Pot in Koreatown specializes in malatang, a Sichuan street food of spicy hot pot and skewers.
Steep is a modern teahouse in Chinatown with a prolific selection of teas and Chinese/Taiwanese dishes.
Go to China Red in Arcadia to explore the huge dim sum menu, and make sure to double up on shengjianbao.
Kwong Shop is a potsticker pop-up in Mid-Wilshire with delicious cook-at-home potstickers.
Chifa is a tremendous - and tremendously adorable - Chinese-Peruvian restaurant in Eagle Rock.
Bang Bang is a Highland Park pop-up with handmade noodles worth driving across town to eat.
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.
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.