Hong Huah Menu

  • Appetizers
  • Soup
  • Seafood
  • Fried Rice
  • House Specials

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  • Appetizers
  • Soup
  • Seafood
  • Fried Rice
  • House Specials

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  • Hector G.

    Every time i have been here, the service has been great! The food itself is phenomenal. I get the mushu beef every time. The owner comes out with the chinese pancakes and makes the tacos at you table with a spoon and chopstickes, not once touching the food with his bare hands. It is quite something to see.

    (5)
  • M. B.

    Came here on a friend's recommendation, it was fantastic. The servers were very nice, the pan fried spicy soft crab was out of this world, and we loved the Mongolian beef, it was beautifully prepared served with just a bit of green scallions and served atop a nice amount of pan fried white noodles, yum!!!

    (5)
  • Diana K.

    The food and service is AMAZING!

    (5)
  • Christina G.

    Excellent choice for fast, inexpensive, non-stodgy, non-dodgy well prepared Chinese food in the Belmont Cemntral/MontClare area! We've tried so many Chinese restaurants in this area, many are still stuck in the 70s, with overcooked veg, gloppy brown sauce on everything and bland boring flavors. Hong Huah gets it right - they have the traditional favorites, but things are well-seasoned, veg are crisp cooked and abundant, and food is fresh! We use them for delivered dining - super fast delivery & great customer service.

    (4)
  • Raquel C.

    I stopped here on Sunday at 430pm, because of the great reviews posted. First I would agree that the potstickers are delicious. I had the beef chop suey and was not impressed at all. My date had beef curry and I was told that it was very good. The service was not so great, I don't know if I just went on one of their really busy days but we were the only ones in the dining room and it took awhile to actually get our meal. People who walked in got their orders faster than we did. I did hear the phone ringing a lot and also noticed a lot of pick up orders come in as well so maybe they are more concerned with their walk ins, delivery and pick up orders more than the dine in patrons. I had to find someone for more hot sauce because we ran out on our table. I had to ask for water because we ran out and were never asked if we needed a refill on our beverages when they were empty. I believe four star reviews have to have the whole picture and not just great food. I myself have had better beef chop suey. This is DEFINITELY not a five star. I would only go here if I call in a pick up order but I probably will not dine in again besides there are an abundanceof chinese restaurants here in Chicago to choose from, I need more attention then what i received here. I only gave three stars because the staff was very nice.

    (3)
  • Jad E.

    The happy family seafood item was good, but I can't shake the feeling that I'm unsatisfied. The price was way too high for the amount of food we received and was not worth the price. I would probably dine in hoping it was a really fancy place to go on date (not sure how it looks) but for now the deliver my was way too expensive for a little bowl and five pieces of crab bites that resemble long john silver's hush puppies. For $24 it better look like a fancy restaurant.

    (2)
  • Dariann L.

    I've ordered from this restaurant a few times now and I have to say, their food is pretty good. My fiance and I favorites are the Sesame Chicken, Empress Chicken, and Hot -N- Sour Soup. The Kung Bao Beef and Beef with Vegetables are also good. It's our top favorite place for delivery :-)

    (4)
  • Lin C.

    The decor of the restaurant has the remnants of a 1970s something banquet hall with its floor to ceiling mirror walls, worn down carpeting, awkwardly placed chandelier, and tiny high stool bar tucked way in the back of the restaurant by the kitchen and bathrooms... but who comes to Hong Huah for the decor? Some of the reviews here gripe about the slow service of the place, but when the food is this good... you have to kick back and take the time to truly appreciate the delicious Chinese food this place has to offer. Things you must try here... 1. The pork wok fried potstickers (dumplings). Why are these 8 pieces of deliciousness worth trying? The dough has what the Taiwanese would describe as the perfect " Q Q" texture. Meaning that shell of the dumpling has a chewiness texture that is firm and has a bit of a bounce as you chew. The bottom of the dumpling has the perfect sear, which provides a delicate crunch factor, hence why it is called a pot - sticker... these are literally just the description of the outside. The inside of the dumpling is stuffed with a giant succulent pork meatball that is just mouthwatering delicious. The potstickers are served with a vinegar soysauce and hot chili on the side. Both are a great accompaniment to the appetizer. Note that these are fried, and as expected will be greasy, but they're not saturated in oil. 2. Satay beef ( on a stick). 4 pieces of beef, skewered into a stick. It's marinated in a Taiwanese BBQ sauce that is called satay sauce (沙爹醬). I can't describe it, but you just have to take my word for it and try it. They're delicious. 3. Although I don't have a picture of it cause it was inhaled before it even hit the table... there is a sliced sausage dish you absolutely have to try. It comes with slice raw garlic and it's just that good. It's one of those appetizers you need with a beer, specifically a Taiwan beer (台灣啤酒). 4. Beef chow fun with pan fried flat rice noodles , bean sprouts, and green onions. It's a delicious noodle and beefy dish. A bit on the greasy side, but keep in mind it is fried noodles. 5. Hong Huah lobster, which is literally one whole lobster seasoned with the restaurant's secret spices and coated in drawn butter over a bed of steam broccoli. I can't quite describe the spices, however it is delicious. The lobster itself was cooked to perfection. The spices was a great accompaniment. I would have prefer to have control of how much butter I consume though I will have to make a mental note to ask of it can be place on the side the next time. 6. Fish filet with a veggie melody. Little chunks of white fish coated in what tasted like a tempura batter, light salty sauce, and the veggies consist of pea pods, water chestnuts, carrots, and bamboo shoots. Overall, the restaurant provides delicious and large portions of foods at a very reasonable price. The decor is dated. The service is slow, but the staff is friendly. This is a small family own restaurant for over 25+ years. This place is a small hidden gem in the neighborhood and dare I say, better than some of the places in Chinatown? It's a great place to bring small children out to dinner. Do keep in mind that there isn't a changing table in the bathrooms though.

    (5)
  • Lizette Y.

    My family and I have been coming to Hong Huah for as long as I can remember. I grew up in the neighborhood, so this great restaurant was our go-to place for family dinners or special celebrations. We came here so often that we became friends with the owner and his family as well. We happened to return for a visit (the owner John still remembers us!) for my 21st birthday. He gave me a nice cocktail and also a beautiful lantern decoration to hang in the house as a gift. These are genuinely nice people serving seriously delicious food. The service is great - friendly, helpful, and prompt. Food has always been top notch. Now, I won't claim to be a connoisseur of Chinese cuisine, but ever single dish I've eaten here since childhood has been wonderful. As a kid I was blown away by the fanciful flowers they would craft out of radishes and beetroot. Dishes are not overly salted and are perfectly seasoned. My favorite has always been the Mu Shu vegetables slathered in hoisin sauce wrapped in a delicious thin pancake. Another favorite is the Happy Family dish of sauteed seafood and vegetables, and also the awesome Crab Rangoon appetizer. We love supporting local family-owned restaurants, and I'm so happy that this place is still around.

    (5)
  • Dennis N.

    Egg drop soup bland,but a little salt and pepper and all good,egg roll ok,not bad,sweet and sour chicken was ok but little chicken fingers instead of good size chunks,almost more breading than meat...very o.k. lunch,worth the $5.80 definitely

    (3)
  • H M.

    Warning to dine in patrons: Their takeout/delivery business trumps yours. I sat in a full disgruntled restaurant with dozens of other people and only one table was served any food over 50 minutes as we all watched the delivery driver enter and leave twice with huge packs of food. Ordering some chicken in sauce shouldn't be a 2 hour experience. If they were understaffed or behind on phone orders, then for everyone's sake, don't seat up your dining room.

    (1)
  • Samantha G.

    Absolutely the best little Chinese joint around. I've been coming here since I was a kid, and the food has stayed awesome. The hot n sour soup is super tasty, and cures my sore throat and sinuses after the last drop. The service is excellent and prompt, and the owner is so welcoming, even after 27 years! There's no place like it!

    (4)
  • Lauren R.

    The food I ordered was pretty good, I would've given the review 5 stars but my food got here late. If you want good food then by all means this place is a good start but if you're getting food delivered, be aware that chances are, depending how busy the restaurant is, your order will be late. I was still satisfied with the food and the delivery guy was still very nice so I'll probably still order again in the future

    (3)
  • Marco V.

    I work around the corner. This place never fails me. Love the orange chicken and satay beef. Combination fried rice is amazing too.

    (5)
  • Judy G.

    This place is great. Authentic and friendly. Customers feel at home. Food made with love. I think about going here often and go for date night when we get the chance. The owner has a winning personality and there always cops eating. The food is what matters most. Great American Chinese!

    (4)
  • Jon C.

    This restaurant has been a staple of the area for a very long, so much so that I would considerate it a real part of the neighborhood. The owner and his son are very friendly and nice people, both of them are willing to go out of their way to make sure that you have a enjoyable and cordial experience. The food came out really fast to the table and each dish came out hot, fresh, and very delicious. Also, the menu includes some the normal Chinese American dishes, they also have the hidden gems of the traditional chinese dishes. The prices are very reasonable and the portion sizes are pretty good.

    (5)
  • Darci A.

    Wasn't a huge fan of the chicken and vegetables I got. The sauce seemed a little off. The egg roll wasn't that great, but the crab rangoons were pretty good. Good service and I really appreciated the online ordering.

    (3)
  • Phil M.

    Ok, so I've been to Hong Huah two times in two weeks now. I'm really feeling this place. It's super clean inside, the staff is super friendly, the prices are super cheap and the food is super tasty. I ordered the Sesame Chicken and it was delish! The Eggrolls are quite tasty too! But what really does it for me is the size of the Chicken Fried Rice! One order is enough for 3 people.....easily! I won't give it 5 stars yet because I'd like to taste more on the menu. I tried the Mongolian Beef and it wasn't what I was used to (see: Joy Yee Noodle) but it wasn't bad.

    (4)
  • Shauna J.

    Based on yelp reviews I decided to try the Mongolian beef lunch special today. I'm not even finished with it but was so impressed I wanted to review it while the flavors were still fresh on my tongue and mind. It wasn't like any other Mongolian beef I've had before, less saucy, way more flavor. I don't even think I can give proper words. It was just tender, flavorful and delicious. So delicious I want to order it for dinner tonight! The portion was slightly smaller than I'm used to from most Chinese places. That said, it was a perfect lunch portion. I think I've just gotten used to the gluttonous portion sizes at most places. The lunch special came with a scoop (literally) of fried rice, a really good egg roll (the cabbage inside had a little crisp to it) and a small cup (maybe 6-8oz) of soup. I got hot and sour and it too does not disappoint. Service was friendly and I got my food quickly. I can't wait to go back!

    (5)
  • Chuck L.

    I went to this restaurant for the first time tonight -- with my wife and mother-in-law. I would rate the service as 4.5 stars, the food 3.75 stars, and the physical dining room and ambiance 2.5 stars. We had three appetizers: egg rolls, barbecue pork, and satay beef. And we had three entrees with white rice: Orange Beef, Mongolian Chicken, and Sesame Chicken. We were served complimentary tea, as well as almond and fortune cookies for dessert. Overall the food was fresher and lighter and less greasy than most Chinese restaurants. The barbecue pork was a bit bland for my taste, but on the plus side it was not red-colored or over-cooked. The restaurant had a good dinner crowd including Hispanic-American families from the neighborhood and at least three tables of Chicago policemen in uniform.

    (4)
  • Pete V.

    I think that this place is starting to lose its magic. The food is is not as good as the first few times. The more dishes I tried the more flaws I see. I think I should stop ordering before they get a negative star. I guess that my search will continue for an awesome Chinese restaurant in Portage Park. Dang it, I thought I found a keeper!

    (2)
  • Trung H.

    I went here to order some Mongolian beef and potstickers and was greeted by a very friendly owner/manager. Price was average, but portions were below normal. Taste was good, but nothing to write home about. Nothing really bad about this place. Just wasn't as good as I expected.

    (3)
  • Robert H.

    Hmm, I've been passing by this place for about a year and a half and meaning to stop in and today I finally got around to trying it. Below is how I break down my experience: Flavor - 3.5 stars I'd say it's a little better than most Chinese places, but nothing that I'm going to get excited about. Service - 4 stars The man who waited on me was friendly and I've got no complaints on this item. Cleanliness - 4 stars What can I say clean is good. Bang for your buck - 5 stars For $9 I got enough good food to last 2 or 3 meals so I certainly can't complain. Although 3 out of 4 of my ratings are a 4 or 5 for me flavor is by far the biggest factor in rating a place so since that is only a 3.5 star rating I'll give this nice little place an overall 4 star rating. I'm sure at some point I'll go back and try some other dishes here and if my opinion changes substantially then I'll post an updated review.

    (4)
  • Valerie A.

    As a Grubhub Fan calling Chinese restaurants over the phone lets just say has just not given me some of the best experiences. After just commenting on this before calling I was very surprised to have an amazing experience and customer service was impeccable. So we took a ride over to pick up and i decided we both had to go in as we have never ordered from here before. It was very late so im sure they were closing soon but that did not stop staff from greeting us. I mean even the ones from what it looked like doing paper work the cashier who rang us up was amazing letting us know everything we needed to know and also giving us a complimentary calendar! (sat 14 around 1015). Now to my favorite part of course the food. It was delicious and even better than what we expected. Cant wait to go back and order more. portion size matched the price! we found our new place after tying many lost causes.

    (5)
  • Christina R.

    Desperately seeking a new calendar, I called around looking for the Chinese restaurant that had what I was looking for. What luck, in business with Hong Huah, free calendar, no minimum order. The hours are great, open til 10, 11 on the weekends, and they deliver. I ordered some egg rolls, shrimp toast, and crab rangoons, and they were greasy deliciousness and didn't break the bank. The service was very friendly, although the decor was a little dated, a little reminiscent of my great aunt's living room if she had been Asian. I will be back Hong Huah, and probably even before I need another calendar!

    (4)
  • Miguel V.

    Only been there once, and I'm never going back. Yes its relatively cheap and they serve you and obscene amount of food in the lunch specials, but jesus, the food is bad, I went there with my friend and we both ended up throwing away like 3/4 of it. You can find better Chinese food at an old country buffet, seriously, stay away.

    (1)
  • Paul F.

    Best Chinese food in the area. If ever I crave Chinese, I order from hong huah. Shrimp fried rice consists of good sized shrimp. Mongolian beef is delicious and served on a bed of fried noodles. Orders are big and plenty, so you get a lot for your money. I recommend getting appetizers because they are my absolute favorite thing to order from here. Eggrolls, potstickers and crab ragoon are some great appetizers to just name a few. Almond cookies and fortune cookies with every order. And not mentioning very friendly, family owners, who been owning the owning for many years. Ambiance is very tacky with mirror walls, but I like that you can get a glimpse of what goes on in the kitchen when looking from a certain angle. Lastly, it's very reasonably priced, it's worth a try, if one has a taste for chinese and in the belmont craigin neighborhood.

    (5)
  • Ed B.

    Pot Stickers!!!! This is Chinatown quality food in your own hood. Even though they're far from my house they still deliver to me in Jefferson Park. There is nothing in the area that is even as close to good Chineese as this. Mongolian Beef is top notch and the Pot stickers, mmm... If there is 4 or more of you get two orders because these little crack dough balls are amazing.

    (5)
  • Sera W.

    Decent chinese food- cheap, delicious- the hot and sour soup in particular is wonderful. Be wary though, ordered chicken stir-fried noodles here and a wayward shrimp came in mine- normally not a big deal, except for the part where I have a potentially fatal shellfish allergy and made a special note in my order through grubhub that they should be particularly careful not to get any shrimp in with my food. Alas, I will have to find myself a new chinese place. But for those of you without unfortunate allergies to delicious food, this is a good choice for decent chinese.

    (3)
  • Jose C.

    To my coworkers and I, this place is affectionately known as "Green Awning", because most of these people seem to have difficulty in pronouncing the real name. A lot of my Mexican comrads refer to this place as "Green Onion". The food here is excellent. It is not the best, by far, but for a business lunch outing, you simply cannot go wrong. For about six dollars (yes, six dollars), you can order a lunch special (my favorites are sweet and sour chicken, chicken w/ vegetables, sesame chicken, and Mongolian beef) which comes with a bowl of soup (egg drop or hot and sour), egg roll, fortune cookie, and cookies. Hot tea is complimentary as well, and they give you a big kettle of it. The hot and sour soup deserves it's own paragraph. This stuff is delicious. It can be ordered to go, and they certainly don't skimp on the sheer amount they give you. This soup can sure any ailment, and tastes just as good if you are already healthy. The owner is the nicest guy on the planet. He personally greets all his customers, and will shake your hand and ask how you have been if you are a regular. He prefers to use his pocket as a cash register, which I think is pretty comical. Contrary to many people's opinions, I think the mirror walls are pretty cool.

    (4)
  • Robert N.

    Ok, so I went back this week after two years to see if my taste buds were back to normal. I had the Fried noodles and chicken with pot stickers. The food seems to taste a lot better now and I was delighted by the experience of reintroducing Hung Huah to my Chinese restaurant line-up. The restaurant has improved with it's menu items. I'll be back.

    (4)
  • Kevin G.

    How dare you speak ill of Hong Huah. You are probably just a frothing slut. Hong Huah is the only place to eat Chinese food around these parts. The place is always packed full of cops (good sign), the owner John is the nicest man on this here planet earth, and the food is beyond amazing. I'm actually going to order food right now just to be spiteful of anyone who denounces this gem in the city. Kiss my ass world, I'm going to eat me some FUCKING CHINESE FOOD. Also, They do serve booze here, don't be fooled. AND the mirrors are awesome because it allows me to stare at my fully cultivated beauty. So, eat here or you will be robbed in front of the place.

    (5)
  • Aris M.

    This is a big secret that everybody knows. Great food at super low prices. I have been here countless times after was introduced to it by colleagues in 1995! It has been my son's favorite growing up and have held many important meetings here. The food is excellent and I will put it against any Asian cuisine in US and I have been in China! 90% of the times I get the Mongolian Beef and I cannot find it this way anywhere else. The staff is super friendly and sweet and non-intrusive. The space is small and the decor a little bit 'tired' plus they added a TV screen which in fact does not do the place justice. The lunch cannot be beaten for the price, the quantity and the items that are just enough for great satisfaction; tea, cookie, roll, dish and fortune cookie! Enjoy.

    (4)
  • Maria C.

    Love, love, love Hong Huah. I live close by, so this is the only place I order from. They already know my name, address and probably credit card number. Sometimes, I get freebies with my order :D I've also brought friends to the restaurant for dinner and have never been disappointed. The food is great! Totally recommend.

    (5)
  • Bruce M.

    Great Chinese food. I live in San Diego, but come back to Chicago a few times a year to visit family and friends. Every trip, it's kind of a tradition to order take out from Hong Huah. The food is awesome, and the staff is great. Highly recommend!

    (5)
  • Rafael N.

    Use to really like this place a couple of years ago, ordered from them yesterday and the food was only decent. Maybe it was an off day for them. Also, they were a bit stingy with the portions on the lunch specials. I remember them being a bit more generous before. None the less, for $5 I guess you can expect it. Definitely will stick to Jess Cafe.

    (3)
  • Ann S.

    Love this place, it's hard to find a great chinese spot to actually understand the people along with great food. Around this area their isn't too many great spots to eat where there aren't many thugs, this is a great spot to relax, eat, drink & know that you are safe to be in. (Even when cops aren't there); Food is great, and if there is one particular plate that you don't feel is cooked correctly all you have to do is speak up. The owners are great, friendly and does it really matter if the change goes to the man's pocket, he is the owner, he is the one who deals with the irs, so are the people commenting on this site rating the food, quality or are they the irs, if you are part with the irs then honey you MUST BE STUPID LIVING IN THIS HOOD!

    (5)
  • Richard V.

    Here's a small place that has a friendly atmosphere. I strongly recommend their delicious and hearty Egg Drop Soup. They serve it with plenty of eggs in a chicken broth and a few vegetables. If you go with one or two friends, you will definitely get more than your money's worth. You better all have an appetite to take advantage of their various Chinese appetizers and assorted meals. We tend to order the combination fried rice platter and/or the beef or chicken with peapods platter. Remember, you get more than your money's worth if you go with one or two friends (shhh).

    (5)
  • heidy b.

    I have been eating at Hong Huah's since 2001. Absolutely the best Chinese food around. The mirror decor can be a bit unsettling, but the food has never been disappointing. Personal faves: shrimp fried rice, beef and broccoli, orange chicken, soups (all of them!). Empty on a weekend? Don't fret--if you sit in for dinner you will find out they have a huge delivery clientele.

    (5)
  • Jason N.

    I must be a harsh Judge of Chinese food but I tried this joint after reading good reviews and this didnt strike me as anything special. The egg rolls were just ok and the fried rice and sesame chicken were bland and average.

    (2)
  • Lady L.

    I have been going here forever! My mom always worked near by so we would go for lunch all of the time. The lunch specials are less than $5 and include soup (the hot and sour cures anything, I dream about it), egg roll, fried rice, entree, cookies, and tea. If you are out that way definitely get there, if not... it's worth the trip. Atmosphere is funny... don't expect anything special.. kinda sleeztastic if you ask me. Stuff to try: Hot and Sour soup, Mongolian Beef (ask for it spicy if you are into that), Kung Pao Chicken, Chicken Wings, Egg Rolls, Sweet and Sour Chicken.

    (5)
  • Daina T.

    This place was part of my search for a local Chinese spot, and it was crossed off the list before the meal was even served. I didn't know what sort of place this was, so I opted for take out, and am glad I did. I felt dirty as soon as I walked in the door, it was empty on a Friday evening spoke volumes, and when I paid for my food the owner(?) gave me my change from the wad of cash/coin purse from his pocket and pocketed what I gave him. In the 7 minutes it took me to get home, the paper bag that was containing my food had started to grease through and ended up tearing/falling apart by the time I got inside. They hadn't closed the box holding the egg rolls and the grease from the box had leaked out allover. The Crab Rangoon was hard as a rock, as if it had been sitting under hot lamps since lunchtime the day before. The Mongolian Beef (which was recommended by another Yelper) was medium rare at best. The Kung Bao Chicken was peanuts and hot peppers in a gray sauce, there was no chicken in it. The Sweet and Sour Chicken wasn't cooked the whole way through as the batter from the chicken had merged to a big pile at the bottom of the container. The Salt Pepper Shrimp was overcooked with nothing but salt, the Mixed Vegetables were raw and shoved into a take-out box, and they didn't give us any rice. Don't even bother with this place, you might as well throw your money into the trash.

    (1)
  • Diana C.

    Best Chinese place in the neighborhood. I have eaten both in the restaurant and via delivery. Food is tasty and service is friendly. I agree, definitely a keeper!

    (5)
  • joel l.

    best chinese in the area. portions are generous and you always get what you order.

    (5)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :11:30 am - 10

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : Yes
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Dinner
    Parking : Street
    Bike Parking : No
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : Full Bar
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : No
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : 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.

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