Celebrate Valentine's Day at MR CHOW. We will be offering a semi prix-fixe menu for you and your special someone. The regular dinner menu will not be offered this evening.
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Food was as good as it gets. Also, EXCELLENT chef show in dining room on noodle preparation Outstanding
the bartender was superb. Sent me my fav drink without my asking!!
Expensive and pretentious for supbar food.
The music played was too loud.
I would not recommend this place to anyone who’s looking for a fine dining experience.
Sweet and sour chicken
Small portions with wildly out of proportion prices. Total joke.
Will not eat there again
This was truly the worst meal I have ever had. I thought it was unusual on a Sat night that it was empty,,but now I know why. The food was terrible. I had been to another Mr Chows in the past and it was fine. Everyone thought it was horrible and felt bad after.
We enjoyed our meal, but it was seriously overpriced.
It is always a wonderful dining experience...
We go to both the malibu and Beverly Hills locations. This one is quieter and mellow with just as good food. The manager Anessa is super sweet and takes wonderful care of us.
It was a perfect night in Malibu for some Chow- and the food and service were the best we’ve ever had at this remote Chinese restaurant in a high end shopping center in Malibu. The stars were out, the stars (well, a few of them) were there too, and there was nothing to spoil the view. Incredible spare ribs, great bar, try the duck and definitely make your own special menu.
Caution - this is for the 1%ers, but still less expensive and less aggressive than Nobu.
Great way to experience the country village life of the ‘Bu
I have eaten at Mr. Chow in Miami and in Las Vegas… Often tell my friends that Mr. chow is my favorite restaurant in the US… I travel internationally quite extensively and have dined in some wonderful restaurants. I was disappointed in Mr. chow Malibu and cannot recommend it. I created high expectations for my guests. The duck was very dry… The Xiao Long Bao was also dry ( not soupy inside) The squid ink noodles were way overcooked. It was a slow night there and we had a party of 7. With three very large men and four slight Asians… I pointed out to the hostess that the round table was quite small for the size of our party… She said in quite a dismissive way, that the table “would do” and we wouldn’t have a problem. At the time of our 730 reservation on a Monday night there was only one other table seated… We could’ve been moved just about anywhere. Through the course of our to our meal there were a total of three other tables sat. We spilled the one glass of wine and we’re constantly shuffling glasses and entrées to make room… Just not a comfortable table for the size of our party.