Imperial Lamian | River North | Asian | Restaurant
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Danielle A. Scruggs

The first stateside import from Imperial Group out of Indonesia, specializing in dumplings and fresh hand-pulled noodles (aka lamian), but also offering a typically broad Cantonese-style menu encompassing dim sum, barbecue, fried rice, and other wok-fired dishes

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The first stateside import from the 24-unit-strong Imperial Group out of Indonesia, Imperial Lamian specializes in xiao long bao, or soup dumplings—as elusive in Chicago as a proper bagel. But it also offers lamian, fresh hand-pulled noodles, and a typically broad Cantonese-style menu encompassing dim sum, barbecue, fried rice, and other wok-fired dishes. Overall, it's a pretty exciting-looking selection. But while there are some good things here, going in unbriefed is like navigating a minefield. Read the full review >>

Mike Sula

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Price: $$$$
Payment Type: Accepts cards

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