Mr Chow - Beverly Hills
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
Had a drink at the bar before dinner and our bartender was great!! So kind, funny and knew his martinis!! Yummy Christian was our guy and he suggested the best food. We enjoyed our night. We will be back next time we are in town.
A very pretty restaurant with an impressive live pasta making show. Overall still a disappointing experience. Our waiter kept coming for the most random chats while we were eating which I found very distracting. The music in the background was too loud and the choice of music unsuitable for a dinner. The quality of the food was good but neither the small portions nor the optics of the plates were worth USD ~20.- for a starter and USD 40.- for a main dish and additional USD ~10.- per person for a potion of simple steamed rice. On top of all of this my friend had a hair in her meal!
Had better take aways in the UK. Food edible, but way over priced and really not worth it. Came out like it should be served in plastic tubs, bones all in crispy duck. Save your money and eat elsewhere.
From Arizona...Father / Daughter night out after looking at colleges. Everyone so friendly and food was exceptional. Thank you for the experience!
Everything was amazing, food, service, staff, cleanliness ... except your literally sitting on your neighbors lap. The two chair tables are an inch away from the other party next to you so it really eliminates intimate moments. The tables being extremely close is my only complaint. Everything else is absolutely fantastic!!
Best food! And I saw Mr. Chow at Mr.Chow! So fun!!
Fantastic food and service!!!
The food was very ordinary to poor and the duck was really bad. The food was literally thrown on the table.
Totally overrated, this restaurant. Absolutely not a good experience.
The experience was good as usual. Definitely one of my favorite places in the city to go dine at.
Mr Chow never disappoints. I love the attentive service that we receive. The food is always excellent.
Mr. Chow is a great dinner spot - this was our first time booking on a Saturday night, usually we are mid-week guests, I would recommend arriving 30 minutes early for a weekend reservation and checking in with the hostess immediately as it was extremely busy and even though our party arrived on time we waited 45 minutes to be seated as apparently they seat guests by time of arrival rather than by reservation time.
Service was good considering how busy the restaurant was, food is always perfection, one of my favorite Beverly Hills dinner spots!
We've been going to Mr. Chow for over 20 years and are never disappointed. We can count on an excellent meal, outstanding service and a beautiful environment.
It was my sister’s 28th birthday and the servers were particularly helpful and generous!
great vibe, delicious dishes, attentive service, ambient lighting, fab experience, a celeb sighting!
La comida excelente, un poco apretadas las mesas y un poco caro. Pero en general muy bien.
The food and service are mediocre. Charged $15 for a bowl of white rice. Ridiculous. I will never go back.
Amazing food and great service. The best.
The filet was horrible. It tasted like hot dog meat. I was so disappointed I will never eat there again. It was a special night for my daughter and I in from NY and the night was ruined.
Way overpriced food. Small potions. Salty and fried and very oily. Terrible ambiance. Can’t believe this is an LA staple for the rich and famous. Save your money. I’m a foodie and pay a lot if money for good food anywhere, anytime. Food was eh. Rice dish was awful. Sad to say ☹️
Everything was great. Prompt service from beginning to end. Drinks was great
The food was horrible. It tasted worse than takeout Chinese. The server was nice, but he kept insisting that he would order for us and added dishes - each worse than the last - and then charged us a fixed price meal at over $100 per person with no drinks. Might be one of the single worst food for price meals that I have ever eaten - and I eat out 100 nights a year.
This was not as good as it was the last several times that I have been here. I ordered the lamb shank and it was very dry and really not edible. The Ma Mignon was the other dish ordered, very good. The lobster dumplings were excellent, the chicken curry puff ok.
Great food and wonderful atmosphere
Extremely disappointed with the overall service myself and my fiancé received. For what we spent to travel & eat here, it was extremely horrifying.
I used to go to Mr Chow's years ago & it was always fabulous, Saturday it wasn't. The place looks dated & can stand for a remodel. I had to step over a cord to sit in my seat. I tripped over said cord as I exited. The hostess was lovely. The wait staff seems a bit scattered & understaffed. The food was mediocre at best. The temperature was lukewarm & the presentation was "meh". For $250, I expected a lot more. With places like Beauty & Essex, Tao, & the newly renovated Crustacean's, Mr. Chow's really needs to step up or close it's doors.
Excellent attention to detail and service, but the food was somewhat bland and overpriced overall. Still a great place to get together for a fun night out. Would return.
The tables were too close together. My guest and I were unable to feel like we were having a luxurious dining experience because we were practically sitting on top of our neighbors. The food was nothing special and the speed of the meal felt rushed.
Perfect in every way. The best restaurant in LA
I am sorry but I have to say that I did not like Mr Chow at all and I strongly believe it is overrated.
Ambience was very disappointing: tables to close to one another and there was too much noise, that I could not even hear my housband.
Service was very slow and the waiters too pushy.
Sorry but I am Italian I am used to good food and smart unique places , I travel a lot and maybe I am too demanding .
Took my girlfriend there as I was on business in BH. Service was excellent. Staff were all quite attentive and thoughtful. Food was only "fair". Not sure I will be back. Especially with all the other choices in the
Food was average. Seems to have come down since its heyday when I used to go. We allowed waiter to select our courses and it felt like they just sent whatever was available rather than curated something special
Always a joy!! We have been coming here for 42 years and we still have the same incredible waiter, Theo, serving us with great food and some hugs. The same menu, the same chic ambience, the same great food and service...it's definitely an wonderful LA scene.
Wonderful and special as always!
Good meal good service
Everything went well until they brought me the bill with 2 fictional items for $15 and &25 dollars that I didn’t order. Yes they tried to rip me off!! When I asked they said they will take it off the bill but they came back and they maid a wrong swipe on my card and the voided it it!! I do think that they tried to rip me off worse thing ever
My favorite restaurant in Beverly Hills, we have been coming for 34 years and many of the waiters are the same! Chris the maître d is phenomenal.
Ambiance is great but not worth the cost and food is underrated. Plus the place is too cramped with tables and the bar upon entrance. And the style of setting is not welcoming. Your entire party has to get up if you want to use the restroom.
A nice restaurant wit good food. It is a great place for a business meeting. Valet parking is easy and reasonable.