Posted by The Rebel on Monday, December 12, 2017 | 1:13:39 AM If you’re a West Coast tourist, you’re probably not in China.
But if you want Chinese food, you might have to go to the west.
In fact, according to a new report by The Independent, there are now more than 3.5 million Chinese restaurants in the U.S., including more than 2.4 million in the Los Angeles area alone.
The report also found that Chinese restaurants are growing in number and popularity, with many of the newly opening eateries featuring upscale dishes.
And while many of these eateries are located in the heart of the entertainment district, some are located within the sprawling L.A. area.
So why do Chinese restaurants seem to be growing in popularity in the West?
Here are a few reasons: One: Chinese restaurants have been expanding for years.
In 2014, The Independent reported that Chinese restaurateurs had opened over 500 restaurants in Los Angeles.
And now there are more than 8,000 Chinese restaurants worldwide.
That number will likely continue to grow, according the report, with Chinese restaurants expected to be added to the Los Angeles area’s total by 2023.
The restaurant industry has seen a massive boom in the past few years, as restaurants are able to offer more options and more diverse dining experiences.
In addition, the popularity of Chinese cuisine has seen Chinese-Americans and Asian-Americans increasingly seek out Chinese restaurants.
Two: Some Chinese restaurants offer exclusive cuisine.
While some restaurants offer a limited menu of food, others will offer a full-service restaurant offering all kinds of food.
That’s because the Chinese-American community has become so strong in the region.
Many of the Chinese restaurants that are opening in the United States are in the L.S.A., and those in the East have been able to maintain their own restaurants.
Three: Restaurants have to cater to different tastes.
While Chinese food has traditionally been a Western specialty, Chinese-food restaurants are also catering to the Chinese community.
For example, one popular Chinese restaurant in the LA area, Shui Hao, serves Chinese food and wine, as well as a number of Chinese-inspired cocktails.
The Chinese restaurant, which opened in 2010, has a Chinese menu and has become a go-to spot for Chinese-origin people looking for a more upscale meal.
One restaurant in Los Angles that specializes in Chinese cuisine is La Chuan, which has been serving Chinese food since 1997.
In 2017, the restaurant was named the best Chinese restaurant by Yelp.
Four: Some are offering a full menu of dishes.
For years, Chinese restaurants were primarily offering a limited variety of Chinese food.
But with the popularity and availability of Chinese restaurants, Chinese food restaurants are starting to expand their menu, according a recent report by Eater.
The number of food offerings at Chinese restaurants has also risen in recent years, with restaurants like L’Ange, in the Mission district of Los Angeles, offering dishes such as a full tasting menu and a wide variety of items.
Five: Chinese-Asian Americans are also getting involved.
Chinese-Amerindians, or Asian-American communities, are a growing portion of the population in the country.
The New York Times reported that the percentage of Asian- Americans in the population grew from less than 2 percent in 2015 to nearly 4 percent in 2017.
According to a 2016 survey, the Asian-origin population is expected to increase to 3.1 percent of the total U.