LOS ANGELES, CA – Yang’s Braised Chicken Rice, a staple for its authentic Chinese dish served at spice levels ranging from regular, authentic to spicy, has joined the lineup of restaurants from The Original Farmers Market to 3rd and Fairfax in Los Angeles .
Yang’s, which operates several restaurants in Southland, was launched when founder Xiao Lu, Yang’s grandmother, passed on the secret recipe for her “divine sauce”. It opened its first restaurant in Ji Nan, China’s Shandong province, in 2011 and has since franchised more than 6,000 locations worldwide, company officials said.
The restaurant’s menu – braised chicken and rice with an exclusive house sauce – is rooted in tradition and has developed a loyal international fan base, according to Yang’s.
“We are thrilled to finally be open and look forward to introducing our traditional China Shangdong flavor to foodies here in Los Angeles,” said Xinyu Zhang, Group CEO of Yang’s Braised Chicken Rice USA.
In addition to the three varieties of spice levels, vegetarian options will also be available at The Original Farmers Market location.
“The tradition and quality behind Yang’s Braised Chicken Rice is exactly why so many people come to the market for a truly authentic dining experience,” said Stan Savage, executive vice president of owners of The Original Farmers Mart. , The AF Gilmore Co. “We are thrilled to have such a welcome addition to our family of merchants and culinary destinations.”
Yang’s other regional locations are in Anaheim, Arcadia, Culver City, Rowland Heights, Ontario, Sherman Oaks, Tustin, and Valencia.
At the Original Famers Market, Yang’s Braised Chicken is located at 110 S. Fairfax Ave., in the North Market next to Pacific Premier Bank, and is open Monday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Phone: 323-433-7833. Ninety-minute parking validation provided to Yang customers.