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Slippery Shrimp?

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SusanX Oct 16, 2007 08:58 AM

For many years I went to Yang Chow in Chinatown in LA and feasted on their signature dish. Slippery shrimp is lightly fried, then covered in a sweet, spicy, lustrous orange sauce. This is probably a common Chinese dish, but I haven't seen it in New York.

Can one of you more knowledgeable foodies tell me if this is a unique dish, or can I get my fix here in New York?

Thanks!

  1. coasts Aug 18, 2013 04:04 AM

    never been to LA and never had Slippery Shrimp, but it looks a lot like what's served at the Chinese-Korean places. Shanghai Mong on 32nd serves something similar looking, but more heavily sauced:

    http://i.imgur.com/vX4Jpz8.jpg

    Guh Song in Queens has a dish that looks much closer to Yang Chow's, but I can't find a photo online.

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      JoanaBR Aug 18, 2013 06:17 AM

      Thanks i will try to go next week and check ....

      thanks again

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      JoanaBR Aug 17, 2013 03:00 PM

      Hi Susan , did you find Slippery Shrimp in Manhattan??

      thanks

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        mattchless May 20, 2009 03:27 PM

        Susan, did you ever find a place in manhattan that serves anything like it? i live for slippery shrimp but can only get it when i'm in LA.

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