Brace for pricey roast duck and a Champagne trolley High-end Chinese restaurant empire Mr Chow hopes Mexico has a taste for pricey roast duck: Its eighth outpost opens in Mexico City’s swanky Masaryk Avenue this fall in a converted historic home.
Specializing in food from Beijing, the first Mr Chow opened in London back in 1968. Since then, it’s expanded with six more locations including Beverly Hills and Miami; most recently, it hit Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
Apparently New York restaurant Park Avenue is now serving a dish called Spoils that is served on plates that were looted from Saddam Hussein's palaces. Yes, really. (This is not their first foray into high concept food.) Eater NY ha...
NYC's cultishly adored Chinese hand-pulled noodle mini-chain Xi'an Famous Foods is looking to expand into Boston and Washington, DC. CEO Jason Wang says that he hopes to open outposts in those two cities within the next five years.
Eater was on the scene at the opening of Mission Chinese Food NYC, the New York outpost of San Francisco's Mission Chinese Food. A manger confirms that chef Danny Bowien's long-term hope is to open in Brooklyn and his native...
Chinese food is more popular than ever. Chinese restaurants have attracted a cult following, whether its foodies flocking to taste the best dim sum in town or savor the city's most authentic Peking duck.