Vietnamese restaurant and lounge.
Upscale food court, wine bar, and retail wine store in the South Loop Best Western.
Tony Hu's celebrated Szechuan restaurant, featuring an endless menu that runs from crab rangoon to LaLaLa Extremely Spicy Diced Fish LeShan Style (with bone).
Sleek Evanston sushi spot with superior fish.
Sprawling modern Chinese restaurant with five private rooms in addition to the two bustling main dining rooms.
Reasonably priced Thai popular with lunchers, large groups, and tourists.
A liquid nitrogen station put to liberal use, vacuum-frozen squash foam, a dessert called "chili-cheese nachos" . . . welcome to "molecular gastrologist" Homaro Cantu's restaurant/lab/fun house.
Pan-Asian restaurant that turns into a lounge after 11.
Charming and contemporary; a bit more elegant than its neighbors.
Opened in 1927, this huge Chinatown dining room holds the title as the oldest restaurant in Chinatown. A steep flight of stairs leads up to the second-floor room where dim sum is served up to 4 PM.
Macanese-style cuisine from the team behind the underground supper club X-Marx.
Casual, inexpensive pan-Asian restaurant serving everything from salads to dim sum.
Sushi and pan-Asian fare from the folks behind Kamehachi.
Japanese-Korean-run barbecue where the panchan are little milder, the beef is a little leaner, and the whole experience is a little more refined than at your typical kalbi place.
One of a chain of shopping mall create-your-own-stir-fry places.
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