“Tonight was our first time to dine at Yen Ching (East Washington Street). I especially loved the spinach bean curd soup, veggie egg rolls and crabmeat rangoon. My son-in-law, who lived in Mongolia for a year, loved the pork dish he ordered. My grandson loved it all; especially the shrimp in lobster sauce, as did I. From some of the reviews, I was expecting good food in a not-so-good place. The food was good, and the whole experience was a very pleasant one. Read more”
“This is one of our favorite Chinese Resturant in Indy. Our favorite is Walnut chicken and House Beef and the pot stickers! Usually carry out! Read more.”
“This place was a big surprise to me. It was my first time eating there and it was very nicely setup and the waitress we had was on top of it. The food was very delightful and delicious. I loved that each dish had something different to offer. I also enjoyed that the dinner portions were like family size so you could share each plate…Read more.”
“I first discovered Yen Ching when I moved to Indy in 2006. The inside looks like it could use a remodel, but it doesn’t affect the quality of the food. There are some traditional Chinese decorations and music of course to set the mood. Read more.”
Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper
Yen Ching: Real Chinese, great service
If you’re looking for authetic Chinese cuisine and a comfortable dining experience this winter, Yen Ching Restaurant is the place to go.
Many Chinese restaurants in the Midwest (especially those of the general “buffet” style variety) serve Mandarin and Cantonese dishes. However, other local restaurants like Mandarin House, P.F. Chang’s…
Great, Authentic Chinese Food at Yen Ching
First, I will admit that I am partial to the East Side of Indianapolis. I currently live in Irvington, a historic neighborhood just 5 miles east of Downtown Indy, which boasts great spots like Black Acre Brewery, Jockamo Upper Crust Pizza and the Historic Steer-In Diner.