Best American Restaurants in Chinatown Chicago

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Best American Restaurants in Chinatown Chicago

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Chinatown Chicago Restaurants

Ahjoomah Apron
Ahjoomah Apron
(14)
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Korean | China Town, Chicago

This was a great find! My husband and I have been to Korea. And this was a very authentic menu and delicious! And very reasonably priced! We will be back!!! More

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Moon Palace Restaurant
Moon Palace Restaurant
(220)
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Chinese | China Town, Chicago

Love Moon Palace. Great, fresh food. More

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Dolo Restaurant
Dolo Restaurant
(52)
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Asian | China Town, Chicago

Food was great and the atmosphere was very nice . More

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Discover Chinatown

Chicago's Chinatown is the second-oldest Chinese settlement in the country. If Chinese food isn't already your favorite cuisine, it will be after you've dined here. Feed your family on the fly with delicious but affordable soy sauce chicken or a Peking duck dinner. Sit down to a dim sum feast that includes traditional chicken feet, short ribs, and egg tarts. If you're ready for the next level of Chinese fare, try one of the newer fusion restaurants. Lunch on crab and curry and taco baos, or have a night to remember at a seafood house that experiments with Cajun flavors.

Discover Chinatown

Chicago's Chinatown is the second-oldest Chinese settlement in the country. If Chinese food isn't already your favorite cuisine, it will be after you've dined here. Feed your family on the fly with delicious but affordable soy sauce chicken or a Peking duck dinner. Sit down to a dim sum feast that includes traditional chicken feet, short ribs, and egg tarts. If you're ready for the next level of Chinese fare, try one of the newer fusion restaurants. Lunch on crab and curry and taco baos, or have a night to remember at a seafood house that experiments with Cajun flavors.