North Park quick-service spot offering banh mi, noodle salads, and other inexpensive Asian fare.
Good, quick Chinese food in a less-than-alluring setting.
Starter-kit Korean, Chinatown's sole option for the cuisine.
High-quality sushi in an unlikely strip mall location.
Irving Park neighborhood Thai serving the basics.
Thai and pan-Asian food from the folks behind Star of Siam.
Andy Aroonrasameruang, formerly of TAC Quick, brings his menu—including his challenging Thai dishes—to a new location.
Chicago's only Indonesian restaurant. Alcohol is prohibited.
Pan-Asian restaurant featuring Thai standards and a few samples of Indian, Japanese, Korean, and other cuisines.
Logan Square neighborhood Thai restaurant.
The former Shikago is now a more casual pan-Asian restaurant serving breakfast in addition to a lunch and dinner menu dominated by sushi.
Ritzy "global comfort food" in the Fairmont Hotel.
Sushi-centric lounge spot in the Fairmont Hotel.
Neighborhood Thai restaurant with an intriguing menu of more-authentic Thai classics.
Thai and sushi from a vet of Tsunami and Sushi Wabi.
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