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Phoenix

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2131 S. Archer Ave.
Chicago, IL 60616
United States

Phone: 312-328-0848

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Price: $$ ?

Neighborhood: Chinatown
Style: Chinese
Head Chef:

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  • 5 Favorite
  • 4 Recommend
  • 3 Been There
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Hours: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm Monday - Friday; 8:00 am - 10:00 pm Saturday and Sunday. Dim sum service: 9:00 am - 2:30 pm Monday - Friday; 8:00 am - 3:00 pm Saturday - Sunday.

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"Dim Sum great buns..."

April 10, 2011


  • Food: Dim Sum
  • Decor: A la "Big Trouble In Little China"
  • Service: Lightning fast and friendly
  • Cost: $$
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Overview:

Great quality, fast, and friendly, with a mind-boggling variety of Dim Sum offerings. Very popular and often packed, so call ahead for reservations.

Recommended Dishes:

Sesame Lotus buns, steamed tripe, chicken feet, and pork crepes.

"Chicago's premier Dim Sum restaurant"

March 24, 2011

  • Dim Sum

  • Food: Dim Sum
  • Decor:
  • Service: great
  • Cost: $$
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Overview:

Phoenix is Chicago's premier Dim Sum restaurant for many reasons. Eddie and his daughter run a tight shop, quality ingredients, a talented Chef, lots of variety and great service (after all Julie Dragon runs the floor with the same care and charm as she did for the evergreen years ago). The place is first come first serve, so come early and make sure to ask for baked custard buns upon arrival or you'll be out of luck! Try the steamed rice in lotus leaf, sticky rice w/dried shrimp, turnip cake, peanut dumpling, chive dumpling, scallop dumpling and congee with 100 year old egg and pork. Don't mess around with shumai, and shrimp dumplings you can get anywhere, they're a waste of room in the tummy. For adventure try the steamed tripe, chicken feet, curried baby octopus and bean curd. Lastly the bathrooms are clean and so is the place.

Recommended Dishes:

Ask for baked custard buns upon arrival or you'll be out of luck! Try the steamed rice in lotus leaf, sticky rice w/dried shrimp, turnip cake, peanut dumpling, chive dumpling, scallop dumpling and congee with 100 year old egg and pork. For adventure try the steamed tripe, chicken feet, curried baby octopus and bean curd.

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