ChicagoNow is a group of bloggers from all sorts of different backgrounds. One thing that helps tie them all together? Chicago.
With so much collective experience with the city, we’ve decided to put that knowledge to use by posing some of the oldest and most popular questions about Chicago to the group.
What is the best Chinese restaurant in Chicago?
“Papajin’s closed, that was a strong contender, and now it looks like Yen’s closed, GOD, outside of Chicago in Oak Park (not far) there’s a place called Luo’s Peking House that is not heavily enough patronized and is probably in danger of closing, go patronize it!” — Brian Kremen, ConFIdences
“Cai, 2100 S Archer Ave, Chicago, for your own safety, wear nothing that suggests you have even heard of The Chicago Cubs when you are there. The food is marvelous. If a Chinese restaurant doesn’t have chicken feet, and jellyfish on the menu, it’s not authentic.” — Bob Schneider, Politics Now
“Won Kow in Chinatown was our favorite. Now gone, sadly.” — Angela Soriano, less than perfect
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