The first Chicago outpost of a sprawling Hong Kong-based tea-house chain.
Imaginative Uptown Chinese and dim sum spot.
Cheap and satisfying Chinese food.
New location of the former Shine/Morida, with a tweaked menu that still offers both Chinese and sushi.
Great dim sum before 3 PM; elegant Hong Kong standards after.
Fresh seafood and authentic Mandarin.
Chinatown spot specializing in dumplings and hand-pulled noodles.
Loop mainstay for Chinese and stuffed buns.
Loop location of the local chain.
West Loop option for Chinese standards and stuffed buns.
Great-value cold dishes, noodles, soups, sweets, and "shashlik" in the basement food court of Richland Center. Cash only.
Longtime Argyle Street favorite for smoked duck and other Chinese delicacies.
Pan-Asian restaurant with an extensive menu, reasonable prices, and late-night hours.
Chengdu-style Sichuan restaurant that's drawing crowds to the southern end of Wentworth.
Reliable Szechwan cuisine on the Magnificent Mile.
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