OC Weekly’s Restaurant Critic Visits Yen Ching for the First (and Possibly Last) Time

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • December 18, 2018
Photo by Edwin Goei Last week, the owners of Yen Ching, the venerable Chinese restaurant in Orange, sent out the following email to its customers announcing their retirement. To Our Dear Customers and Friends: After 39 years of serving the...
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