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  • Eric H.

    Excellent food. Big portions for reasonable prices and free, unannounced egg rolls in your to-go bag (same may be true for dine in, but I haven't done that yet). The combo fried rice is a must every time.

    (5)
  • Jenny Y.

    Chop Suey King has been my office's regular Chinese take-out place - partly because our receptionist loves their food, and partly because they are fast, low-cost and filling. The lunch combination plates are packed with so much food that they are essentially 2-for-1 deals, since they are impossible to be consumed by one person. Stir frying tends to bring out such fragrant aromas from the food, but I've tried many things that I thought was just so-so. The beef seems to be from fattier parts, and they don't have enough wok-fried flavor in the fried rice. However, I like that the vegetables are always fresh, and they cook it slightly firm. Oddly enough, despite trying everything from the Mongolian beef to the shrimp with lobster sauce, I think the best things are their egg rolls and wonton soup. The egg rolls are made with just the detectable amount of peanut butter nuttiness (secret ingredient), which is delicious! A large order of the wonton soup is more than enough for a meal - six large wontons (mostly pork), shredded BBQ pork, carrots, peapods, and cabbage and topped with fresh scallions. I'm usually ordering with the office out of convenience and have stuck with these two - they are truly excellent, especially for under $5!

    (3)
  • Robert N.

    Ordered the chicken fried rice and it was absolutely disgusting. I had to push chicken to the side and only eat the rice. Won't be coming back. Only positive was the spring roll.

    (2)
  • Elias Z.

    Reasonable prices and good size portions. Fast delivery and freshly cooked food. Also very good customer service.

    (5)
  • Eric Q.

    Great fast delivery and food was excellent. I've been looking for a place nearby that has good chinese food rather than just average and this is my new go to place.

    (4)
  • Stefanie T.

    Great food (Chinese places around the West Lawn area have really taken a bad turn), offer delivery, and good prices. My neighbors turned me on to this place and so glad they did! Have recommended it to everyone in my area. Love all the spicy options on the menu and they do not disappoint!

    (5)
  • Alexandria G.

    LOL i always order take out. One day I went in and the delivery guy recognized me. He stated my address like it was my name!!! Amazing wonton soup, egg drop soup and Orange Chicken. The staff is nice. you cant go wrong. don't waste your time going east into the city when this place is in your neighborhood.

    (5)
  • Mark K.

    This is probably my favorite dingy aquarium Chinese restaurant ever. While it's far from refined, they give you AMERICAN! sized portions at a killer value. The lunch special will feed regular sized mortals for at least two meals worth. Working near CSK is dangerous as I tend to find my palate visiting their version of the Orient once a week with no regrets. Their vegetable egg foo young is probably the best I've ever had especially the second day when the gravy has congealed into dancing cubes. The General Tsao's chicken is more than adequately flavorful and their generically flavored egg rolls are always cooked perfectly.

    (4)
  • Anthony M.

    Good food. HUGE portions for the money. I loved their shrimp and beef fried rice. That's right, two in one. Delicious! CSK also gets extra points for being open on Monday and for having a menu available online (non-business site). I will definitely be trying other menu items in the future.

    (4)
  • Kris G.

    Worst Chicken fried rice I ever tasted! It was so dry and bland....chicken tasted like dark about to go bad meat! BLAH...It had absolutely no flavor what so ever. I also ordered Chicken with broccoli and it had zero flavor and broccoli was hard as a rock not steamed at all. Keeping the menu and writing on it DO NOT ORDER AGAIN!

    (1)
  • Steve D.

    OK. I went here again. I grommed the menu. No one (except me) is going to throw this one out. The 'lunch special' is its "special combination plate". For $4.75 [$5.25 including tax], you can choose from 32 combos. Twelve are notated as "Hot & Spicy". The main item is accompanied by shrimp fried rice. You _may_ substitute another kind of fried rice for an extra 75¢. You also get a 12-ounce can of soda (its choice), and an egg roll [it wasn't just for me - but it still is not worth eating]. After 3:30 pm, the combos jump in price to $6.25. It now caters. You can order party trays for $20 - $60. There are _125_ regular items on its menu. There are also three "family dinner" packages [2, 3, 4 people] for $16.25, $24.50, & $34.95. I cancelled the tip for 'Good for Groups' because there are only three booths here, holding four persons each. Carry it out, or have it delivered. It's on Grubhub, and it also takes direct phone calls (and faxes [@ 773-725-5050]). It has a television which receives terrestrial digital signals only. The food here tastes good. I wonder how it manages to maintain such quality care considering all these items it offers.

    (4)
  • David F.

    AAhhh Ssoooo!!! Beware of the Ancient Chinese Bottled Water Trick! It works like this: Step 1. Tell customer that there are no cups for a simple glass of water. Step 2. Force customer to buy a soda or bottled water. Step 3. Repeat all day long. Works like a charm!!! I went there 3 times last summer. The first time, I walked out appalled by their chicanery. Second time, they got my order wrong, but it was delicious. Third time, they again got the order wrong, and the food was VOMITIOUS! Will not go back.

    (2)
  • Clayton R.

    I special ordered sesame tofu three times from here--always takeout. The first two times were great, which is why I went back. The third time the tofu had weird gooey things, and I actually found a piece of sesame chicken in there as well. I am a vegetarian, and while not a hyper sensative one, found it a bit gross to find chicken in the food--like, what else ended up there? I haven't been back since, though this could have just been an off day--try it out, if you want =) My friends liked it enough.

    (3)
  • Eric H.

    Excellent food. Big portions for reasonable prices and free, unannounced egg rolls in your to-go bag (same may be true for dine in, but I haven't done that yet). The combo fried rice is a must every time.

    (5)
  • Jenny Y.

    Chop Suey King has been my office's regular Chinese take-out place - partly because our receptionist loves their food, and partly because they are fast, low-cost and filling. The lunch combination plates are packed with so much food that they are essentially 2-for-1 deals, since they are impossible to be consumed by one person. Stir frying tends to bring out such fragrant aromas from the food, but I've tried many things that I thought was just so-so. The beef seems to be from fattier parts, and they don't have enough wok-fried flavor in the fried rice. However, I like that the vegetables are always fresh, and they cook it slightly firm. Oddly enough, despite trying everything from the Mongolian beef to the shrimp with lobster sauce, I think the best things are their egg rolls and wonton soup. The egg rolls are made with just the detectable amount of peanut butter nuttiness (secret ingredient), which is delicious! A large order of the wonton soup is more than enough for a meal - six large wontons (mostly pork), shredded BBQ pork, carrots, peapods, and cabbage and topped with fresh scallions. I'm usually ordering with the office out of convenience and have stuck with these two - they are truly excellent, especially for under $5!

    (3)
  • Robert N.

    Ordered the chicken fried rice and it was absolutely disgusting. I had to push chicken to the side and only eat the rice. Won't be coming back. Only positive was the spring roll.

    (2)
  • Elias Z.

    Reasonable prices and good size portions. Fast delivery and freshly cooked food. Also very good customer service.

    (5)
  • Eric Q.

    Great fast delivery and food was excellent. I've been looking for a place nearby that has good chinese food rather than just average and this is my new go to place.

    (4)
  • Stefanie T.

    Great food (Chinese places around the West Lawn area have really taken a bad turn), offer delivery, and good prices. My neighbors turned me on to this place and so glad they did! Have recommended it to everyone in my area. Love all the spicy options on the menu and they do not disappoint!

    (5)
  • Alexandria G.

    LOL i always order take out. One day I went in and the delivery guy recognized me. He stated my address like it was my name!!! Amazing wonton soup, egg drop soup and Orange Chicken. The staff is nice. you cant go wrong. don't waste your time going east into the city when this place is in your neighborhood.

    (5)
  • Mark K.

    This is probably my favorite dingy aquarium Chinese restaurant ever. While it's far from refined, they give you AMERICAN! sized portions at a killer value. The lunch special will feed regular sized mortals for at least two meals worth. Working near CSK is dangerous as I tend to find my palate visiting their version of the Orient once a week with no regrets. Their vegetable egg foo young is probably the best I've ever had especially the second day when the gravy has congealed into dancing cubes. The General Tsao's chicken is more than adequately flavorful and their generically flavored egg rolls are always cooked perfectly.

    (4)
  • Anthony M.

    Good food. HUGE portions for the money. I loved their shrimp and beef fried rice. That's right, two in one. Delicious! CSK also gets extra points for being open on Monday and for having a menu available online (non-business site). I will definitely be trying other menu items in the future.

    (4)
  • Kris G.

    Worst Chicken fried rice I ever tasted! It was so dry and bland....chicken tasted like dark about to go bad meat! BLAH...It had absolutely no flavor what so ever. I also ordered Chicken with broccoli and it had zero flavor and broccoli was hard as a rock not steamed at all. Keeping the menu and writing on it DO NOT ORDER AGAIN!

    (1)
  • Steve D.

    OK. I went here again. I grommed the menu. No one (except me) is going to throw this one out. The 'lunch special' is its "special combination plate". For $4.75 [$5.25 including tax], you can choose from 32 combos. Twelve are notated as "Hot & Spicy". The main item is accompanied by shrimp fried rice. You _may_ substitute another kind of fried rice for an extra 75¢. You also get a 12-ounce can of soda (its choice), and an egg roll [it wasn't just for me - but it still is not worth eating]. After 3:30 pm, the combos jump in price to $6.25. It now caters. You can order party trays for $20 - $60. There are _125_ regular items on its menu. There are also three "family dinner" packages [2, 3, 4 people] for $16.25, $24.50, & $34.95. I cancelled the tip for 'Good for Groups' because there are only three booths here, holding four persons each. Carry it out, or have it delivered. It's on Grubhub, and it also takes direct phone calls (and faxes [@ 773-725-5050]). It has a television which receives terrestrial digital signals only. The food here tastes good. I wonder how it manages to maintain such quality care considering all these items it offers.

    (4)
  • David F.

    AAhhh Ssoooo!!! Beware of the Ancient Chinese Bottled Water Trick! It works like this: Step 1. Tell customer that there are no cups for a simple glass of water. Step 2. Force customer to buy a soda or bottled water. Step 3. Repeat all day long. Works like a charm!!! I went there 3 times last summer. The first time, I walked out appalled by their chicanery. Second time, they got my order wrong, but it was delicious. Third time, they again got the order wrong, and the food was VOMITIOUS! Will not go back.

    (2)
  • Clayton R.

    I special ordered sesame tofu three times from here--always takeout. The first two times were great, which is why I went back. The third time the tofu had weird gooey things, and I actually found a piece of sesame chicken in there as well. I am a vegetarian, and while not a hyper sensative one, found it a bit gross to find chicken in the food--like, what else ended up there? I haven't been back since, though this could have just been an off day--try it out, if you want =) My friends liked it enough.

    (3)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :11:00 am - 9:00pm

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : Yes
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Lunch
    Parking : Street
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Wheelchair Accessible : No
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Noise Level : Quiet
    Alcohol : No
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : No

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Chinese Cuisine

The popularity of Chinese food in America can be adjudicated by the appearance of China Town in many major cities in the United State of America. The popular trend of ordering or opting for Chinese take away food isn't unknown in America. Chinese take away food comes to rescue when you're too tired from work or too exhausted to cook. No one can resist the temptation of eating spicy noodles, shrimp, chicken, beef or pork cooked in the sweet and spicy sauce. The cooking method of authentic Chinese food is a lot different compared to what is served in America.

Generally, Chinese use dark meat small bones and organs to cook dishes but this changes when you are eating American-Chinese fusion food prepared using white boneless meat cooked with broccoli, carrots and onions. Back in China, the food is less spicy and oily as they favor steaming and braising method for cooking the most popular dishes. So, if you have a taste for authentic Chinese food, then try finding a real Chinese restaurant in the city. You can also try the most popular fusion Chinese food like Pecking Duck, Chicken Feet, Hot Pot, Shrimp Dumpling Soup, Mapo Tofu, Wontons, Chop Suey, Egg Rolls and not to forget Fortune Cookies.

There are not many restaurants in America serving authentic Chinese food. A little research on Restaurant Listings directory can help you locate the best Chinese restaurants in the city. Chinese cuisine is continuously evolving, and you can find a variety of dishes categorized as the food for lactose intolerant, gluten intolerant, vegan, vegetarian, and diabetic friendly. So, if you have a group of friends with different taste patterns, save the hassle and visit the nearest Chinese restaurant in your city.

Chop Suey King Chinese Restaurant

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