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Hop Louie is now closed, but thought I'd put in my review anyways. The building itself was the only iconic landmark left of the fading, historic Los Angeles Chinatown. I'm sure it was the place to be during its hey-day, as evidenced by all of...More
What more iconic restaurant could you dream of than Hop Louie to fulfill your Chinatown dining fantasies? This place is straight out of a movie set! Paper lanterns, the music, the mirrors! Very hospitable and the vegetable lo mean was seriously some of the best...More
This place should just close. The bar is dark dank and filthy. The bartender is miserable. The drinks were expensive and tasted like dish soap (glasses not rinsed properly.
The only reason we came is because we wanted scorpion bowls and every other place that...More
I just heard today that Hop Louie will be closing its doors at the end of this month (August 2016). It is (soon to be was) an icon of kitsch architecture with its five layer pagoda style building and neon signs. It serves great Cantonese...More
Wonderful place to eat during our visit to Chinatown. Superb lunch specials at reasonable prices for our family. My kids loved it, so did we! Highly recommended when visiting Chinatown or a night out in LA.
Hop Louie is one of the older restaurants in Chinatown and it shows. It has not been kept up too much and that is sort of the charm of it. It is old fashioned Cantonese food.
The service is great, the wait staff is so...More
Whenever I go to Chinatown in Los Angeles, this is always the place where I stop to eat. My uncle suggested it to me, and I love the place! The outer facade is a Chinese pagoda, which I love. The bar is on the main...More
We stumbled on this place not having checked TripAdvisor and had a very pleasant lunch
The place was very quiet so the service was good. We order the shared mixed appetiser player and the squab lettuce cups - our wait lady told us that would...More