When you’re looking for a dine-in experience that is effortless and filling, Chinese food is the move. Perfect for meat-eaters and vegetarians alike, this cuisine packs a delicious punch for all tastes and preferences. There’s a buffet nearby with dumplings, sweet and sour pork, spicy orange chicken, and General Tso’s ready for the taking. Here are the most popular Chinese options near you:
"I really like this place a lot. The food and staff are excellent. They have a great selection of Chinese food. You won't be disappointed eating here.."-HK K.
"Thanks to Groupon, Helen Huang’s Mandarin House has become a favorite for my wife and I. We enjoy patronizing local businesses in our community, especially those who provide excellent customer service, and so far after every entree we have tried, the food has us coming back for more. My favorite the “House Specialties,” The first selection House Special Wor Ba, along with the Subgum Fried Rice.."-Joseph W.
"Food was very good and tasty, and service was great.."-Cam H.
"the taste of the chinese food is the best, never had food so delicious and healthy ever, it is good for dine in and takeout too. Soul food. This restaurant is way way better than wing hoe restaurant(although famous, has no quality and taste in food) at sheridan road. I recommend everyone to try this restaurant, once you try this Chinese restaurant you would never have to go anywhere else. Easily commutable by the 147 bus to Morse or CTA Red Line to Morse.."-Akshay23493
"Wonderful service, delicious food, and all at an affordable price. My steak was PERFECT! My husband's soup was very hot, the way he likes it. I am on a special diet and when french fries came with my steak, the waiter right away exchanged it for steamed vegies, at my request. Can't wait to go back!."-Nina G.
"The food was fresh, delicious, and a great value. We really loved the walnut shrimp. These are very sweet people who run the restaurant and we’ve also enjoyed the tea room on the other side.."-Juliette S.
"Hot seafood sizzling soup, lobster with black bean sauce, steam fish with steam rice laid out under fish, fire, bombs. Oh yeah take your own fish like that you know what kind of fish your going to have only 10$ to cook and prep your fish. Lobster on sale during the week. Shot out to my girl Lupe and Lissa, you The Best...."-Jerry C.
Believe it or not, Christmas day is the busiest day of the year for Chinese restaurants around the country. If you or your family are craving Chinese food on a holiday when most other restaurants close, try ordering carryout from a local favorite or stop into a well-known chain for chow mein and fried rice.
Whether a craving hits this Christmas or this Independence Day, you’ll find plenty of restaurants stay open just for you to stop by and enjoy them.