This is an interesting place in Chicago's Chinatown. Next to the best dim sum in Chicago is this little eatery featuring noodles and authentic Chinese light eats at incredibly low prices. The "samosa" is actually curried meat in a pastry made of egg roll skin, the traditional way for this Chinese version of India food. The corn and chicken soup was delicious and enough for three to four. The pan fried noddles are excellent as is the soup noodles. The beef brisket soup noodle wonderful and completely authentic. There is also a huge offering of bubble drinks. This is a great little modernist Chinese eatery in Chinatown Chicago.
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