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We visited on Memorial Day weekend and had a lovely time. Many parts appear run down, but we always felt safe. Ironically, I was in the mood for a slice of pizza and the slice Chinatown dished up was fantastic. We had the whole day...More
We planned a trip to watch our South Florida Bulls collage football team play in Chicago. Our team won so the trip was successful! We attended a Cubs game and that was great. We are Joe Maden fans and the Cubs won. China town was...More
(Note that South Archer functions as an extension of Wentworth and has many cool shops and restaurants of its own.)
Lined with fair-priced restaurants, you won’t be going hungry anytime soon at Chinatown. We ate at a Dim Sum place for an appetizer, went to...More
Chinatown is awesome. There's so many great inexpensive restaurants. You can find great dim sum, barbecued meats, hand-pulled noodles, hand-made dumplings, Mongolian hot pot--the list goes on. We visited a bbq place and split 1/2 a duck for $14. We also visited a tea house...More
Enjoyed our China Town tour, provided by CPD. We ate Dim Sum at Do-Lo restaurant after we did a street survey of 6 locals in China town. 4 votes for Do-Lo and 2 for Phoenix restaurant. The dim sum was very good, we order sea...More
Chinatown may be one of Chicago’s smallest neighborhoods geographically, but it's big on character, colors, sights, sounds, and flavors. In this South Side neighborhood, you’ll find authentic Chinese restaurants dotting the length of Wentworth Avenue. After a meal of dim sum, noodles, duck or other tantalizing food specialties, satiate your visual appetite with dozens of public art sculptures
sprinkled throughout the neighborhood ranging from animal structures to pagodas, a tile mosaic, Chinatown Gate, and a Buddhist Temple.
Yes!! Absolutely Yes.. I can’t wait to go back, I cant imagine how fun it would be to stay for a few days, time to sample the bakery items, several bubble teas, dim sum, Shabu Shabu, I would be in heaven here..
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Chicago's Chinatown is smaller than New York. There are many stores to buy inexpensive things, One restaurant I highly recommend is Ming Hin for dim sum, entrees, etc.They own 3 restaurants in various areas, so are... More
Chicago's Chinatown is smaller than New York. There are many stores to buy inexpensive things, One restaurant I highly recommend is Ming Hin for dim sum, entrees, etc.They own 3 restaurants in various areas, so are successful. Thanksgiving is as good a time as any. Enjoy!