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Yellow Fever Pushes Asian Fusion Bowl Mania into Marina Del Rey Next Month

Bring it on.

Yellow Fever in Torrance
Yellow Fever in Torrance
Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA and the author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. He covers restaurants in every form, from breaking news to the culture, people, and history that surrounds LA's dining landscape.

Two year old Torrance bowl spot Yellow Fever is looking to expand, setting up their next location on Lincoln Boulevard in the Marina Del Rey / Silicon Beach stretch of the Westside. The long term lease deal, brokered by Kennedy Wilson, will put the expanding brand in the area allegedly for the next decade.

Yellow Fever first popped up in early 2014 doing rice and noodle bowls with a variety of pan-Asian and American ingredients, offering everything from filet mignon to pork belly to organic tofu sausage. The menu also includes staples like fries, wings, and egg rolls, all served in a slick, casual environment meant for quick service lunches and inexpensive dinners. One other interesting quirk: Yellow Fever doesn’t allow tipping, operating instead off of a simple base price model, with no option for adding gratuity.

The new 1,500 square foot location sits at 2570 Lincoln Blvd., just around the corner from Costco and In-N-Out, right inside the now defunct Uncle Darrow’s. Construction is mostly finished, so look for Yellow Fever to open in the coming weeks.

Yellow Fever LA
2570 Lincoln Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA