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Hours

Regular Hours

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Phone: (213) 680-1705

Payment method
amex, visa, mastercard
Price Range
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Neighborhoods
Chinatown, Central LA, Historic Cultural
AKA

Hoy King Seafood Restaurant

Hoy King Seafood Restaurant Inc

Categories
Seafood Restaurants, Chinese Restaurants, Family Style Restaurants, Fish & Seafood Markets, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants, Caterers, American Restaurants, Asian Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street, Lot, Private

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Asian, Caterers, Family Style, American, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Seafood, Chinese

Alcohol: Beer, Wine

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: No

Price Range : Below Average

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Msglow

12/11/2008

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Overall
Best Dim Sum in L.A.

I have tried dim sum at a few places. This by far is the VERY best. So delicious and the service is impecable. A treat to any one. Good food and good service. Excellent!!!!

lasgana

11/20/2008

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Overall
Just OK

The food there is just ok. If you want some better ones, drive another 10 miles east to the monterey park/san gabriel area.

Thod

11/19/2008

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Overall
Great place for Dim Sum

From the outside, this restaurant isn't very impressive. In fact it looks like just a rectangular white office building with a curtained door. Don't let the downplayed exterior turn you off. They serve pretty good dim sum served fresh and hot. Again, like many restaurants in Chinatown, they focus on seafood so expect to see shrimp in almost anything. This is one of the regular places we rotate through for dim sum in Chinatown. Give it try.

anekab

11/17/2007

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Overall
Another good Chinatown eatery

From the outside, this restaurant isn't very impressive. In fact it looks like just a rectangular white office building with a curtained door. Don't let the downplayed exterior turn you off. They serve pretty good dim sum served fresh and hot. Again, like many restaurants in Chinatown, they focus on seafood so expect to see shrimp in almost anything. This is one of the regular places we rotate through for dim sum in Chinatown. Give it try.

daruno

11/06/2007

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Overall
Cheap Group Dining

ABC is a nice place to go for large groups and dim sum. Parking is limited on the weekends. There's a free parking area in the back; however, parking in this area is only one short row. When we arrived at the restaurant, our first impression was, ""wo, this isn't the nicest looking place from the outside."" But once we went inside, everything was much more appealing. We were a party of 13 and everybody seemed to enjoy the dishes. The bill came out to a very affordable $130. Dim sum is served from 8am to 3pm.

mkek

02/15/2007

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Overall
Good Dim-Sum at a Fair price!

I went here for Lunch-Dim Sum on a weekday. I've been to other ""nicer looking"" dim-sum places in Chinatown but was always a bit disappointed because of the price. Lets be honest, dim sum is dim sum and you are going to get the same dishes in 99% of the dim sum places you go so I rate dim sum places based on value and service. The food was very good for the price and wait staff is very attentive. This place is a bit off the beaten path so it seemed like a good number of locals were there. When I was there, there were a group of asian guys in shirts/ties, a ""anglo"" couple, a old chinese couple, hispanic/african-american co-workers, and others. The resturant is aging a bit and there is tape on some of the chairs and you can notice the bad pink paint job on the walls but I tend to like places like this. The parking is free (if you can find a spot), dim sum staff is very nice, you wont get over charged, and they refilled our tea 3 times (we didn't have to ask). Bottom-line- I'd go back but I'd come with friends, not a date that I was trying to impress .

killian8

09/24/2003

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Overall
Great Restaurant

This is one of my all time favorite restaurants in L.A. when it comes to quality, price, and taste!! I have eaten in a lot of resaurants all over the LA area and there are only a handful I go back to time and time again. This is undoubtedly in that handful!!

Life_On_The_Street

08/19/2002

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Overall
The ABCs of DimSum

Don't let the 'C' health rating, lightly masked by a white curtain, dissuade you from eating at this joint. TThe food was fresh, the place was packed, the service was great, the price was very soft on the wallet. The bottom line: Great Dim Sum! Great Price! You'll Forget That C Rating Even Existed!

laboy

07/26/2002

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Overall
ABC Delicious!

Mouthwatering noodle dishes and fluffy fried rice. Don't let the name fool you- there are plenty of vegitarian, meat, and poultry dishes. Right in the heart of Chinatown, cordial service, and very clean too. Try the sauteed string beans, however, I warn you brave soul, they are addicitive.

Kailyx

06/13/2002

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Overall
Bring your appetite

If you have the appetite to eat plenty early in the morning and love dim sum, this is the place. Good variety at inexpensive prices.

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