Yang's Kitchen

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At Yang's Kitchen in the San Gabriel Valley, start with the beef noodle soup

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • October 31, 2019

A right-place-right-moment spirit animates Yang’s Kitchen. The fast-casual, counter-service operation, which opened in August, could go barely noticed on a stretch of downtown Alhambra already crammed with restaurants: A Korean barbecue joint, a

with garlic and ginger, and scarlet, oily chile crisp. Now the soup’s flavors erupt. Beef noodle soup, with condiments and vegetable side dishes, at Yang’s Kitchen. (Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times) For inspiration Yang looks to Taiwan, where beef noodle

L.A.’s 15 best dishes of 2019

Bill Addison, Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • December 26, 2019

. 609 S. Spring St., (213) 988-7202, tacos1986.com The mushroom taco from Tacos 1986, at its former Koreatown street-stall location. (Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times) Beef noodle soup, Yang’s Kitchen I have my standbys for Taiwanese beef noodle soup

from the vegetable case) at Yang’s Kitchen in Alhambra. (Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times) Foie de poulet à la Strasbourgeoise, Pasjoli At his second Santa Monica restaurant, Dave Beran trains his brainpower on reengineered French classics that straddle

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L.A.’s 10 Best New Restaurants of 2019

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • December 17, 2019
From an over-the-top seafood temple to a great noodle joint, here are the city’s best new restaurants for every taste and occasion. Enjoying Angler requires a few mental leaps. You have to overlook the fact it’s in the Beverly Center. And that it...
Angler    Atrium    Bar Restaurant    Birdie G's    Bon Temps    Dear John's    Nightshade    Pasjoli    Yang's Kitchen    Yours Truly   

Best food gifts for the 2020 holidays: Treats, gear, classes

Jenn Harris, Patricia Escárcega, Bill Addison, Ben Mims, Lucas Kwan Peterson, Garrett Snyder, Alice Short • Los Angeles Times • October 30, 2020

lip-syncing to Fleetwood Mac. As for the name? It’s a reference to the spice-producing desert planet at the center of Frank Herbert’s sci-fi epic Dune. $26 | 👉 Purchase here Yang’s Kitchen chili crisp Eggs, noodles, pizza, fries, steak, rice, wings, a

spoon, your shoe.... It’s hard to find something a dollop of Yang’s Kitchen chili crisp won’t improve exponentially. The Alhambra restaurant sells 16-ounce jars of the stuff, made with three kinds of chili, ginger, garlic and shallots. It’s salty, onion

Tasting Notes: The meaning of mooncakes and tea

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • October 3, 2020

Lunasia in Alhambra proved to be an uplifting feast recently, and I’m so happy that Yang’s Kitchen is back to making stir-fried eggs with tomatoes over rice and other comforts.) I beelined for LA’s Bakery in San Gabriel, a seasonal retail business renowned

Restaurant-markets in Los Angeles where you can shop for groceries

Patricia Escárcega, Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • April 11, 2020

, littledoms.com San Gabriel Valley Yang’s Kitchen The Alhambra counter-service spot, which has earned a following for its beef noodle soup and scallion pancakes, has become Yang’s Kitchen & Market. It’s selling locally sourced whole chicken, produce, farm eggs

L.A. restaurants can officially sell grocery items

Patricia Escárcega, Jenn Harris, Seema Mehta • Los Angeles Times • March 31, 2020

generated by takeout orders and makes their restaurants one-stop shops for prepared food and essential household items. Among the businesses that have added grocery items since the shutdown: Kismet, Yang’s Kitchen, Go Get Em Tiger, Bar Avalon, Lady & Larder

Newsletter: The globetrotter who shows us that tea is an adventure

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • November 2, 2019

places, then, that fall in the broad middle of the dining continuum where I’m happy keeping my own company: Yang’s Kitchen in Alhambra for a bowl of beef noodle soup or lu rou fan. (It happens to be the subject of this week’s review.) Oxtails or fried