Joy Yee's Noodle Shop

★★★★☆
  • 2139 S China Pl

    Chicago, IL 60616

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  • 312-328-0001

About Joy Yee's Noodle Shop

Hours
Monday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM Tuesday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM Wednesday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM Thursday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM Friday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM Saturday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM Sunday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

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Food: portion is large and the price seems reasonable. They do Chinese food alright but their Japanese and Korean "fusion" food is below the average.

Drink: OMG try their mango freeze. Actually, you will like every boba tea they make. Cheap, fresh, and SWEET!
It's a really deal!!

Service: They are fast and the hall is clean but they only speak in Chinese to you which is weird. Even if you say things in English, they will keep responding in Chinese back to you as long as you have black/brown hair. No offense, I'm just stating a fact.

Conclusion:
bring you college friends who are visiting Chicago for the first time and have them feel the cool China town we got here in Chicago (I personally think Chicago Chi Town is the best in the country! so much lively and energetic!)
but DO NOT bring your girl friend!

2
★★★★☆

Food: portion is large and the price seems reasonable. They do Chinese food alright but their Japanese and Korean "fusion" food is below the average.

Drink: OMG try their mango freeze. Actually, you will like every boba tea they make. Cheap, fresh, and SWEET!
It's a really deal!!

Service: They are fast and the hall is clean but they only speak in Chinese to you which is weird. Even if you say things in English, they will keep responding in Chinese back to you as long as you have black/brown hair. No offense, I'm just stating a fact.

Conclusion:
bring you college friends who are visiting Chicago for the first time and have them feel the cool China town we got here in Chicago (I personally think Chicago Chi Town is the best in the country! so much lively and energetic!)
but DO NOT bring your girl friend!

Pros: fast and cheap

Cons: Korean food there isn't Korean

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The bubble drinks are not so good anymore.... I miss the lady who use to blend them for me.... The drinks are not healthy at all even though they use FRESH FRUITS because they add a lot of sugar to it, they add about 2-3 huge scoop of sugar water. To me, the food seems to be the same for all other asian restaurant. The food are expensive.

3
★★★☆☆

The bubble drinks are not so good anymore.... I miss the lady who use to blend them for me.... The drinks are not healthy at all even though they use FRESH FRUITS because they add a lot of sugar to it, they add about 2-3 huge scoop of sugar water. To me, the food seems to be the same for all other asian restaurant. The food are expensive.

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Even the fanciest restaurants in town just can??t beat the presentation, taste and appeal of the food at Joy Yee??s Noodles. Everything looked so good, I've seen folks take pictures before they devour the tasty meal! For Appetizers, try their Crab Rangoon, Shrimp in a Blanket, or their Lemon Grass Chicken Wings. For the Entree, I love their Fried Red Snapper in Tamarind Sauce, Korean BBQ Ribs, Chicken Shrimp Rice in a Pineapple Boat, or their Soft shell crab over rice in a Korean stone bowl. And while you are there, try their amazing selection of fresh fruit drinks. Their food is a visual and gastronomic delight - take your camera along!

2
★★★★★

Even the fanciest restaurants in town just can??t beat the presentation, taste and appeal of the food at Joy Yee??s Noodles. Everything looked so good, I've seen folks take pictures before they devour the tasty meal! For Appetizers, try their Crab Rangoon, Shrimp in a Blanket, or their Lemon Grass Chicken Wings. For the Entree, I love their Fried Red Snapper in Tamarind Sauce, Korean BBQ Ribs, Chicken Shrimp Rice in a Pineapple Boat, or their Soft shell crab over rice in a Korean stone bowl. And while you are there, try their amazing selection of fresh fruit drinks. Their food is a visual and gastronomic delight - take your camera along!

Pros: Best asian food hands down, appeal, unbeatable price!

Cons: none

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We are regular customer of Yoy Yee's Chinatown Square restaurant. Today I went there again with my daughter to order some carryout drinks at around 3:30 pm but unfortunately we left without buying anything. It was because the woman in charge of ordering yelled at my daughter for ordering too slow. The woman??s English was really Chinglish and it took a while for my daughter to understand that she said there was no more mango. Yoy Yee's food is very good and price is reasonably but good service is also important. I do not whether I will go back again.

1
★★☆☆☆

We are regular customer of Yoy Yee's Chinatown Square restaurant. Today I went there again with my daughter to order some carryout drinks at around 3:30 pm but unfortunately we left without buying anything. It was because the woman in charge of ordering yelled at my daughter for ordering too slow. The woman??s English was really Chinglish and it took a while for my daughter to understand that she said there was no more mango. Yoy Yee's food is very good and price is reasonably but good service is also important. I do not whether I will go back again.

Pros: Food is good

Cons: Service is terrible

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I've gone to this place once and I'd go back to try it again. I really like how they have such a wide selection with the menu of stuff to chose from, though, me being as indescive as I am, I had a hard time choosing what I wanted to eat. I got the Teriyaki Steak, which surprised me when it came out because it wasn't a Teriyaki sauce with it, but rather the flavor was steamed into the meat. Also, it came baked in a cute little wooden box with the meat, vegetables, and steamed rice inside. The steak did have some fat on it which was kind of hard to cut through with the fork, but besides that was good. I liked sampling other people's food and the fried rice with chicken was really good to sample, with big chicken in it. It was a bit cramped inside, but luckily it wasn't too crowded because it was close to being closed. The portions were also big, so, overall I'd go back to it.

2
★★★★☆

I've gone to this place once and I'd go back to try it again. I really like how they have such a wide selection with the menu of stuff to chose from, though, me being as indescive as I am, I had a hard time choosing what I wanted to eat. I got the Teriyaki Steak, which surprised me when it came out because it wasn't a Teriyaki sauce with it, but rather the flavor was steamed into the meat. Also, it came baked in a cute little wooden box with the meat, vegetables, and steamed rice inside. The steak did have some fat on it which was kind of hard to cut through with the fork, but besides that was good. I liked sampling other people's food and the fried rice with chicken was really good to sample, with big chicken in it. It was a bit cramped inside, but luckily it wasn't too crowded because it was close to being closed. The portions were also big, so, overall I'd go back to it.

Pros: Good food, pretty good prices, big portions

Cons: Small, cramped space

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It's certainly a pleasant place to eat: the wait and bus staff are prompt and efficient; the lengthy menu allows you to satisfy an array of appetites, the well-lit interior and white colors give the eatery a sense of space and roominess. The presentation of the dishes is also usually quite nice. But I found the food to be alright, and would describe the dishes as based on southeast asian recipes and moderated according to local (Chicago/American) palates and ingredients. In so saying that the food was "alright," I do not mean that I expect the sorts of dishes that I grew up eating or return to enjoy when I am in Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, or Hong Kong. But I felt like they could have been more careful with the spices, that the cooking style was a bit heavy-handed (sort of like a cafeteria style eatery), that they skimped on many ingredients in favor of cheaper ingredients, that the meats in the bun are fatty, that the seafood in the noodle soups and curries were not fresh, and that they did not have the sort of range of spiciness that I hoped for in a place that bills itself as inspired by southeast Asian cuisine. Having said all that, I applaud the place for showing off the diversity of the southeast and east Asian kitchen. It would be awfully nice, though, if they did so with more care in selecting the types, quantities, and combinations of ingredients.

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★★★☆☆

It's certainly a pleasant place to eat: the wait and bus staff are prompt and efficient; the lengthy menu allows you to satisfy an array of appetites, the well-lit interior and white colors give the eatery a sense of space and roominess. The presentation of the dishes is also usually quite nice. But I found the food to be alright, and would describe the dishes as based on southeast asian recipes and moderated according to local (Chicago/American) palates and ingredients. In so saying that the food was "alright," I do not mean that I expect the sorts of dishes that I grew up eating or return to enjoy when I am in Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, or Hong Kong. But I felt like they could have been more careful with the spices, that the cooking style was a bit heavy-handed (sort of like a cafeteria style eatery), that they skimped on many ingredients in favor of cheaper ingredients, that the meats in the bun are fatty, that the seafood in the noodle soups and curries were not fresh, and that they did not have the sort of range of spiciness that I hoped for in a place that bills itself as inspired by southeast Asian cuisine. Having said all that, I applaud the place for showing off the diversity of the southeast and east Asian kitchen. It would be awfully nice, though, if they did so with more care in selecting the types, quantities, and combinations of ingredients.

Pros: Quick service, introduction to diversity of Asian menu

Cons: mid to low quality ingredients, narrow range of flavors and spice combinations

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I'm pretty sure most Chicagoans agree that this restaurant is fantastic! They have so many options here and reasonable prices. They also make great bubble tea drinks...the almond milk tea is my favorite. I'm not crazy about how they decorated this location, and prefer the coziness of the Evanston location.

5
★★★★★

I'm pretty sure most Chicagoans agree that this restaurant is fantastic! They have so many options here and reasonable prices. They also make great bubble tea drinks...the almond milk tea is my favorite. I'm not crazy about how they decorated this location, and prefer the coziness of the Evanston location.

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been going here for years and yes the lines are long if you go at peak times--so Don't go at peak times unless you are willing to wait a long time. Best fruit blends with tapioca ANYWHERE in Chicago. The dishes are large and two dishes often will easily serve 4 people. The varied menu is exception--there are dozens of dishes. The waitstaff are alot of young fellas who think they are in a Johnnie To movie or Miyake movie, I swear. The food is very "Hong Kong" and some Vietnamese dishes too. Never had a bad meal here. I love going here on Chinese New Year right before the parade when it's chill time.

2
★★★★★

been going here for years and yes the lines are long if you go at peak times--so Don't go at peak times unless you are willing to wait a long time. Best fruit blends with tapioca ANYWHERE in Chicago. The dishes are large and two dishes often will easily serve 4 people. The varied menu is exception--there are dozens of dishes. The waitstaff are alot of young fellas who think they are in a Johnnie To movie or Miyake movie, I swear. The food is very "Hong Kong" and some Vietnamese dishes too. Never had a bad meal here. I love going here on Chinese New Year right before the parade when it's chill time.

Pros: portions generous & fruit blends are amazing

Cons: long wait times at peak hours

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The food is mediocre, not bad nor that good either. The fruit drinks however were fresh and are very good. The place is small and cramped. They need a bigger place. The service could be better too. We were never checked on after the food was delivered. Overall, it would have been a satisfactory experience if the place weren't so crowded.

PROS: Fruit drinks
CONS: Cramped, so-so food & service

2
★★☆☆☆

The food is mediocre, not bad nor that good either. The fruit drinks however were fresh and are very good. The place is small and cramped. They need a bigger place. The service could be better too. We were never checked on after the food was delivered. Overall, it would have been a satisfactory experience if the place weren't so crowded.

PROS: Fruit drinks
CONS: Cramped, so-so food & service

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The drinks are good, but the food and service is bad. The place is small and cramped. Plus the price is fairly high for chinatown. Conclusion: Pretty much any of the places nearby will have better food than this place, but the drinks first rate.

1
★★☆☆☆

The drinks are good, but the food and service is bad. The place is small and cramped. Plus the price is fairly high for chinatown. Conclusion: Pretty much any of the places nearby will have better food than this place, but the drinks first rate.

Pros: Drinks

Cons: Price, Food, Space

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Over my five day trip to Chicago I went to Joy Yees a total of THREE times. Thats right, three days out of five, I went to Joy Yees thats how good it is. Also, I hail from the Bay Area, home of bubble tea galore, but we dont have anything like this back home. The drinks are much larger that standard and the flavors and variety of drinks is awesome. They also serve up some good food for affordable prices only sticking point is that the service is only so-so.

4
★★★★☆

Over my five day trip to Chicago I went to Joy Yees a total of THREE times. Thats right, three days out of five, I went to Joy Yees thats how good it is. Also, I hail from the Bay Area, home of bubble tea galore, but we dont have anything like this back home. The drinks are much larger that standard and the flavors and variety of drinks is awesome. They also serve up some good food for affordable prices only sticking point is that the service is only so-so.

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I cant say enough good things about Joy Yees Noodles in Chinatown. This place has the best mango bubble tea!!!! Some friends and I decided to try the Taste of Chicago food festival, but we ended up coming here three times. Our rice dishes were savory, though we kept eyeing the soup noodles at the table next to us. The prices are affordable and the portions large. Plus, the menu comes with pictures so you know what to look forward to.

5
★★★★★

I cant say enough good things about Joy Yees Noodles in Chinatown. This place has the best mango bubble tea!!!! Some friends and I decided to try the Taste of Chicago food festival, but we ended up coming here three times. Our rice dishes were savory, though we kept eyeing the soup noodles at the table next to us. The prices are affordable and the portions large. Plus, the menu comes with pictures so you know what to look forward to.

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Joy Yee is the best Fruit and Tapioca drinks shop in chicago. They have every fruit, tapioca, milk tea combination possible. Their prices are getting a bit high now but their drinks are huge. their food is also on the large side with colorful menus to look at for those who are unfamiliar with their food. You have to try out this restaurant once if you visit chinatown.

4
★★★★☆

Joy Yee is the best Fruit and Tapioca drinks shop in chicago. They have every fruit, tapioca, milk tea combination possible. Their prices are getting a bit high now but their drinks are huge. their food is also on the large side with colorful menus to look at for those who are unfamiliar with their food. You have to try out this restaurant once if you visit chinatown.

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This trendy chinese resturant was the spot for my Asian American friends and I....but thats in the past. The food has been downgraded a bit, ex pineapple rice seems like its no longer steamed in the pineapple (not sure it ever is, but it isn't here). The bubble tea is still really good and one of the best in Chicago, they use fresh fruit. They used to be the original one in Chicago, but its a fun and easy place to take people new to Asian food (they have pictures in their menus).

3
★★★☆☆

This trendy chinese resturant was the spot for my Asian American friends and I....but thats in the past. The food has been downgraded a bit, ex pineapple rice seems like its no longer steamed in the pineapple (not sure it ever is, but it isn't here). The bubble tea is still really good and one of the best in Chicago, they use fresh fruit. They used to be the original one in Chicago, but its a fun and easy place to take people new to Asian food (they have pictures in their menus).

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Waiting for a table for 75 minutes on a Friday evening is not worth it. Drinks are fine, food is cold when it should be hot. Service staff is cranky and not helpful. Owner should consider moving to a larger space.

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★☆☆☆☆

Waiting for a table for 75 minutes on a Friday evening is not worth it. Drinks are fine, food is cold when it should be hot. Service staff is cranky and not helpful. Owner should consider moving to a larger space.

Pros: Drinks

Cons: Crowded, Service, Crowded

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This place is always packed with diversity. make sure you sign in on the clipboard if there is a wait. every table has a colorful drink next to their boat shaped entrees. your main entree always come before your appetizer. in order to get the attention of your waiter/waitress, you have to wave your arms and make eye contact with them. make sure you get the bubble tea(drinks).

PROS: big portions and the drinks are healthy.
CONS: the tables are inches away from each other so if you want an initimate sett

4
★★★★☆

This place is always packed with diversity. make sure you sign in on the clipboard if there is a wait. every table has a colorful drink next to their boat shaped entrees. your main entree always come before your appetizer. in order to get the attention of your waiter/waitress, you have to wave your arms and make eye contact with them. make sure you get the bubble tea(drinks).

PROS: big portions and the drinks are healthy.
CONS: the tables are inches away from each other so if you want an initimate sett

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They have great food with great bubble tea! They sell all sorts of asian food from korean to chinese to thai to japanese. Their Thai Basil Chow Funn has got to be my all time favorite. They use the freshest fruits for their smoothies. The only complaint has got to be the way the restaurant is set up. It's small and crowded and loud and there's always a wait to be seated!

4
★★★★☆

They have great food with great bubble tea! They sell all sorts of asian food from korean to chinese to thai to japanese. Their Thai Basil Chow Funn has got to be my all time favorite. They use the freshest fruits for their smoothies. The only complaint has got to be the way the restaurant is set up. It's small and crowded and loud and there's always a wait to be seated!

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Joy Yee's is great for the fruit drinks and also fun if you want a lively, noisy, high-energy meal. The food is a bizarre, supposedly Pan-Asian mix, but it's really non-Asian. If you can forget when Thai, Chinese, Vietnamese or Korean food really tastes like in these countries, the items do have flavor but it's heavy on pre-prepared sauces that come from bottles. There's too much sugar and vinegar: sweet-and-sour seems to lurk in most dishes. Nonetheless, it's possible with Asians as well as non-Asians, the former, apparently, liking the fusion-food on the cheap available there. Skip the food, but come here after dining elsewhere for a fruiut drink.

1
★★☆☆☆

Joy Yee's is great for the fruit drinks and also fun if you want a lively, noisy, high-energy meal. The food is a bizarre, supposedly Pan-Asian mix, but it's really non-Asian. If you can forget when Thai, Chinese, Vietnamese or Korean food really tastes like in these countries, the items do have flavor but it's heavy on pre-prepared sauces that come from bottles. There's too much sugar and vinegar: sweet-and-sour seems to lurk in most dishes. Nonetheless, it's possible with Asians as well as non-Asians, the former, apparently, liking the fusion-food on the cheap available there. Skip the food, but come here after dining elsewhere for a fruiut drink.

Pros: Energy, Color, Fruit Drinks

Cons: , Noise, Cramped

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Joy Yee's is known in chinatown as the premiere place to get the freshest fruit drinks but I would not recommend sitting down and eating at this place. Their noodle soups have absolutely no flavor and seems that every soup has the same bland chicken broth. The menu's are strickly for non-asians since it's picture based. Also, it is extremely cramped and expect a waiter's bum to touch your table when they pass by. Just order the drinks and eat somewhere else.

1
★★☆☆☆

Joy Yee's is known in chinatown as the premiere place to get the freshest fruit drinks but I would not recommend sitting down and eating at this place. Their noodle soups have absolutely no flavor and seems that every soup has the same bland chicken broth. The menu's are strickly for non-asians since it's picture based. Also, it is extremely cramped and expect a waiter's bum to touch your table when they pass by. Just order the drinks and eat somewhere else.

Pros: Fruit Drink

Cons: , Food, Crowded

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My friends and I have been going here for along time. Recently we kinda stopped as it gets so crowded! The food is great and big. The drinks are fresh and tasty. I recommend everyone give this place a try.

It does get a bit cramped in there.

2
★★★★★

My friends and I have been going here for along time. Recently we kinda stopped as it gets so crowded! The food is great and big. The drinks are fresh and tasty. I recommend everyone give this place a try.

It does get a bit cramped in there.

Pros: Food, Price

Cons: Space

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Excellent excellent EXCELLENT food, and large portions. Be sure to come early, though, and be prepared to wait. I live near the place and every time I walk by (in the evening, at least) there is a line outside waiting for a table. The atmosphere is good, although the tables are crammed in pretty close, and, of course, it's always full. My one complaint -- I was once there with a party of 5, and they included the gratuity on the check, which they said they would do with a part of 6 ... not that we WOULDN'T have tipped 15%, but it was a little annoying. Cheap parking is available nearby at the Chinatown Parking lot. Get your stub validated.

2
★★★★☆

Excellent excellent EXCELLENT food, and large portions. Be sure to come early, though, and be prepared to wait. I live near the place and every time I walk by (in the evening, at least) there is a line outside waiting for a table. The atmosphere is good, although the tables are crammed in pretty close, and, of course, it's always full. My one complaint -- I was once there with a party of 5, and they included the gratuity on the check, which they said they would do with a part of 6 ... not that we WOULDN'T have tipped 15%, but it was a little annoying. Cheap parking is available nearby at the Chinatown Parking lot. Get your stub validated.

Pros: great food, fun atmosphere, photo menu

Cons: always a line, crowded

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I don't know why everyone says this place is where to go for a variety of Asian cuisine. The menu has a huge selection of Japanese, Korean, Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese food but NOT all is edible or even close to being authentic. The Japanese udon resembled Tom Yum soup and the Korean tofu soup was also made with the same Tom Yum broth and contained bok choy, something I've never seen or tasted before. Both dishes had to be sent back to the kitchen.
However, I did find the Thai dishes to be fantastic, the best I tasted in all of Chicago. The "boba" tea was made with fresh fruit but the actual tapioca pearls had a strong taste of Chinese herbal medicine which did not blend well with the fruit. The wait for a table was almost unimagined but the food arrived within the blink of an eye.

1
★★★☆☆

I don't know why everyone says this place is where to go for a variety of Asian cuisine. The menu has a huge selection of Japanese, Korean, Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese food but NOT all is edible or even close to being authentic. The Japanese udon resembled Tom Yum soup and the Korean tofu soup was also made with the same Tom Yum broth and contained bok choy, something I've never seen or tasted before. Both dishes had to be sent back to the kitchen.
However, I did find the Thai dishes to be fantastic, the best I tasted in all of Chicago. The "boba" tea was made with fresh fruit but the actual tapioca pearls had a strong taste of Chinese herbal medicine which did not blend well with the fruit. The wait for a table was almost unimagined but the food arrived within the blink of an eye.

Pros: great thai food, cheap prices, good portions

Cons: crowded, unreliable menu, terrible wait

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Chinese food easy) to IL, and after a brief research for Chinese Rest. I give Joy-Yee all my thumbs and toes up!! Why was it a brief search? b/c I fell in love w/Joy-Yee so my research is now on a long hold. The person who thought Joy-Yee was "so-so" probably ordered an ordinary dish, or was there when Joy-Yee not at its best. (No one is always perfect). Anyways, I recommend chicken wings, stir fried Vegi call Ong with garlic (the Malaysian style might be too strong for most ppl), and a rice dish that serves with pork chop, chicken and shrimp all 3 over rice. The Vietnamese soup noodle is also worth a try; the portion is so huge its good for 2. Their fry rice and Tapioca drinks are also superb!

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★★★★★

Chinese food easy) to IL, and after a brief research for Chinese Rest. I give Joy-Yee all my thumbs and toes up!! Why was it a brief search? b/c I fell in love w/Joy-Yee so my research is now on a long hold. The person who thought Joy-Yee was "so-so" probably ordered an ordinary dish, or was there when Joy-Yee not at its best. (No one is always perfect). Anyways, I recommend chicken wings, stir fried Vegi call Ong with garlic (the Malaysian style might be too strong for most ppl), and a rice dish that serves with pork chop, chicken and shrimp all 3 over rice. The Vietnamese soup noodle is also worth a try; the portion is so huge its good for 2. Their fry rice and Tapioca drinks are also superb!

Pros: PictureMenuGoodServic, ColorfulFruityAmbienc, Fresh Drink Not2Sweet

Cons: LongLines4Food&Drinks, Crowded tight seating

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I really don't see what's all the hype. The food at this place is really just so so. And the fruit drinks are fresh, but it really lack any kind of taste. I won't recommend this to my friends.

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★★★☆☆

I really don't see what's all the hype. The food at this place is really just so so. And the fruit drinks are fresh, but it really lack any kind of taste. I won't recommend this to my friends.

Cons: long line

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I have probably eaten at every Chinese restaurant in the Chicago land area and Joy Yee is the one I frequent the most. Their cusine is a combination of Chinese, Viatnamese and Thai. They have taken the best from each and made it their own. Add their wonderful fresh fruit shakes and it makes for a great visit. More and more people are finding out about Joy Yee so it sucks for the true fans but its great for business. Check out the long lines everynight but its worth it.

2
★★★★★

I have probably eaten at every Chinese restaurant in the Chicago land area and Joy Yee is the one I frequent the most. Their cusine is a combination of Chinese, Viatnamese and Thai. They have taken the best from each and made it their own. Add their wonderful fresh fruit shakes and it makes for a great visit. More and more people are finding out about Joy Yee so it sucks for the true fans but its great for business. Check out the long lines everynight but its worth it.

Pros: Best fruit shakes eve, great food, cheap

Cons: small place, need to expand, open up more

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Hard to find, authentic Pan-Asian food in Chinatown. The best fresh fruit drinks I have ever had. The tropical beef and curry chicken are incredible as are the dumplings.

2
★★★★★

Hard to find, authentic Pan-Asian food in Chinatown. The best fresh fruit drinks I have ever had. The tropical beef and curry chicken are incredible as are the dumplings.

Pros: Excellent Smoothies, Great prices, Pictures on the menus

Cons: too much to choose

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I and my boyfriend like this place. And we were very excited when it opened a resaurant in Evanton (in this way we don't have to drive all the way to Chinatown!)

The food is, frankly speaking, not very authentic Asian food (p.s. I am from Asia). But definitely better than most of other Chinese restaurants. And don't forget their tapioca drinks! I had various kinds of drinks from them, and I am never disappointed!

2
★★★★☆

I and my boyfriend like this place. And we were very excited when it opened a resaurant in Evanton (in this way we don't have to drive all the way to Chinatown!)

The food is, frankly speaking, not very authentic Asian food (p.s. I am from Asia). But definitely better than most of other Chinese restaurants. And don't forget their tapioca drinks! I had various kinds of drinks from them, and I am never disappointed!

Pros: Relaxing, Bright, Good gathering place

Cons: Crowded, Noisy

 

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