RPM Italian

★★★★☆
  • 52 W Illinois St

    Chicago, IL 60654

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  • 312-222-1888

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Mon: 4:00pm - 11:00pm Tue: 4:00pm - 12:00am Wed: 4:00pm - 12:00am Thu: 4:00pm - 12:00am Fri: 4:00pm - 12:30am Sat: 3:00pm - 12:30am Sun: 12:00pm - 11:00pm

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The best tasting Chinese restaurant in town! Everything is delicious here, I definitely will be coming back here and for those who haven't been here you miss one half of your life.

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★★★★★

The best tasting Chinese restaurant in town! Everything is delicious here, I definitely will be coming back here and for those who haven't been here you miss one half of your life.

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Super good! Can't really get a bad dish here. Very nice ambiance while you dine in as well. Def Recommend this place.

4
★★★★☆

Super good! Can't really get a bad dish here. Very nice ambiance while you dine in as well. Def Recommend this place.

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Freakin delicious. If i was on my death bed, cherry bomb shrimp would be my last request. Upscale place, very nice decor, and amazing food. what more could u want.

4
★★★★☆

Freakin delicious. If i was on my death bed, cherry bomb shrimp would be my last request. Upscale place, very nice decor, and amazing food. what more could u want.

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We contacted the restaurant before our recent trip to Chicago to find out a bit more about their Gluten Free dishes. We have not been able to find a good sweet and sour chicken for OVER a year since going gluten free due to our son's Celiac Disease. So, we thought we would ask to see if they could accomodate and accomodate they did.

The VP came out and introduced himself and was very interested in making our son's dining experience with them special AND SAFE!

The sweet and sour chicken was flavorful and plentiful. The sauce was not heavy and the breading on the chicken was not so heavy you couldn't find the chicken. The taste was excellent and our service was excellent. It was NOT loud during our dinner. It was busy and we had no problems with getting drinks refilled or things delivered quickly.

We WILL definitely be back. We had gluten free and gluten filled items at our table and enjoyed them all.

The wheat free beer on the menu is an ale that had lots of taste and I would have never known it was wheat free. My husband ordered the wheat free beer although he didn't need to and really liked it.

He also ordered a chicken that was lightly breaded in an orange flavored sauce that was awesome. Very light again on the breading and lots of great flavor.

Our compliments to Ed Culleeney for making our dinner out both safe and enjoyable!

Kudos to you and your staff,

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★★★★★

We contacted the restaurant before our recent trip to Chicago to find out a bit more about their Gluten Free dishes. We have not been able to find a good sweet and sour chicken for OVER a year since going gluten free due to our son's Celiac Disease. So, we thought we would ask to see if they could accomodate and accomodate they did.

The VP came out and introduced himself and was very interested in making our son's dining experience with them special AND SAFE!

The sweet and sour chicken was flavorful and plentiful. The sauce was not heavy and the breading on the chicken was not so heavy you couldn't find the chicken. The taste was excellent and our service was excellent. It was NOT loud during our dinner. It was busy and we had no problems with getting drinks refilled or things delivered quickly.

We WILL definitely be back. We had gluten free and gluten filled items at our table and enjoyed them all.

The wheat free beer on the menu is an ale that had lots of taste and I would have never known it was wheat free. My husband ordered the wheat free beer although he didn't need to and really liked it.

He also ordered a chicken that was lightly breaded in an orange flavored sauce that was awesome. Very light again on the breading and lots of great flavor.

Our compliments to Ed Culleeney for making our dinner out both safe and enjoyable!

Kudos to you and your staff,

Pros: Good service, atmosphere and prices

Cons: parking like everything else in Chicago!

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I went here recently for a friend's birthday. Our party was large enough (10 people) that the server received the automatic 18% tip. Throughout the night, she barely paid any attention to our table, and was borderline rude when she was taking our orders. Everything we ordered took an extremely long time to arrive. Also, the restaurant's policy is to only take three types of payment for each table. This makes paying in a group very difficult. I bet this restaurant would be great if you went with small group, but do not go here in a larger group.

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★★☆☆☆

I went here recently for a friend's birthday. Our party was large enough (10 people) that the server received the automatic 18% tip. Throughout the night, she barely paid any attention to our table, and was borderline rude when she was taking our orders. Everything we ordered took an extremely long time to arrive. Also, the restaurant's policy is to only take three types of payment for each table. This makes paying in a group very difficult. I bet this restaurant would be great if you went with small group, but do not go here in a larger group.

Pros: yummy food

Cons: terrible service

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have been a fan in the past and have recommended to others, not likely to go back. although totally get chinese new year, this evening it was too loud and had drums that would cause a headache to anyone. after a long week had a table of adults, the drum was stopped at the table, all had their heads down with fingers in ears to stop the level and asked that the drums move slightly forward, the staff, with arms crossed over chessed, dismissed the request, asked for manager who also didnt seem to get it. too bad. after that, the food that had been good in the past didn't seem to compensate for what was an unnecessarily bad evening.

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★☆☆☆☆

have been a fan in the past and have recommended to others, not likely to go back. although totally get chinese new year, this evening it was too loud and had drums that would cause a headache to anyone. after a long week had a table of adults, the drum was stopped at the table, all had their heads down with fingers in ears to stop the level and asked that the drums move slightly forward, the staff, with arms crossed over chessed, dismissed the request, asked for manager who also didnt seem to get it. too bad. after that, the food that had been good in the past didn't seem to compensate for what was an unnecessarily bad evening.

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Ben Pao offers a unique and amazing experience! I went there this past summer and my experience there was amazing! The food was so delicious and unique especially the desserts! The Chocolate banana egg roll ans the Coconut Brownie sticks were amazing! I would defiantly come back next time I am in town!

5
★★★★★

Ben Pao offers a unique and amazing experience! I went there this past summer and my experience there was amazing! The food was so delicious and unique especially the desserts! The Chocolate banana egg roll ans the Coconut Brownie sticks were amazing! I would defiantly come back next time I am in town!

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The food is great and tasty, the vibe is cool. good place to try some great Chinese dishes, service was good but could be better, oh and btw Obama was dining at a restaurant next door, security was all over the place.

2
★★★★☆

The food is great and tasty, the vibe is cool. good place to try some great Chinese dishes, service was good but could be better, oh and btw Obama was dining at a restaurant next door, security was all over the place.

Pros: Food

Cons: none

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This is a place for food, atmosphere and great service. I have been there many times since it opened and always devoured the chief creations. The food is light and full of flavor. One of the many gems of chitown!

4
★★★★☆

This is a place for food, atmosphere and great service. I have been there many times since it opened and always devoured the chief creations. The food is light and full of flavor. One of the many gems of chitown!

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This is another restaurant that is just great to be in; the decor is lovely! The food is pretty good too, but I didn't think it was as amazing as the previous reviewer.

4
★★★★☆

This is another restaurant that is just great to be in; the decor is lovely! The food is pretty good too, but I didn't think it was as amazing as the previous reviewer.

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We just happened upon this place one Friday and decided to try it out. It looks like PF Chang's meets The Big Bowl, but the food and service surpassed them both. Our waitress was knowledge about the menu and made great recommendations throughout our meal - she even suggested a wine that turned out to be perfect. Since it was our first time in the restaurant the manager brought over an appetizer - what a pleasant surprise. This place is perfect for a date or to hang out with a group of friends. Great food, atmosphere, and prices!

2
★★★★★

We just happened upon this place one Friday and decided to try it out. It looks like PF Chang's meets The Big Bowl, but the food and service surpassed them both. Our waitress was knowledge about the menu and made great recommendations throughout our meal - she even suggested a wine that turned out to be perfect. Since it was our first time in the restaurant the manager brought over an appetizer - what a pleasant surprise. This place is perfect for a date or to hang out with a group of friends. Great food, atmosphere, and prices!

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My husband and I were in Chicago this past weekend visiting and we were roaming around downtown hungry and looking for a good restaurant. We stumbled about Ben Pao and decided to check it out. I have to admit, upon first glance, it seems like a typical PF Chang's type restaurant: very Americanized Chinese fare with caucasian waiters wearing chi paos (a la the first few scenes of Zach Braff in Garden State). All this did make me initally wary, however, the experience turned out to be great. Our waitress immediately introduced herself and was attentive throughout the night without being overbearing. We ordered a large bowl of hot and sour soup to start (which was good but not amazing) but a few minutes later a gentleman showed up at our table delivering chicken and shrimp fried spring rolls. I started to correct him on our order, but it turned out he was the manager and that the waitress had told him that we were out of towners from Houston. The manager simply wanted to welcome us to the restaurant personally and give us a complimentary appetizer.

My husband and I went to a lot of good restaurants during our stay in Chicago, but this was the only restaurant that made such an effort to make us feel welcome and to extend such hospitality. It wasn't so much the spring rolls (although they were very very good, and we usually don't eat fried food) but the subtle graciousness of the waitress and the manager that we were so impressed with. I highly recommend that people try to this place. It's amazing what an impact great service can have on your dining out experience. I've noticed recently that even at the nice restaurants, the waitstaff often seem nonchalant and flippant, distracted, and not too interested. This was a nice breath of fresh air.

By the way, we had the special beef with shitake mushrooms and the spicy eggplant and tofu-both were which were great.

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★★★☆☆

My husband and I were in Chicago this past weekend visiting and we were roaming around downtown hungry and looking for a good restaurant. We stumbled about Ben Pao and decided to check it out. I have to admit, upon first glance, it seems like a typical PF Chang's type restaurant: very Americanized Chinese fare with caucasian waiters wearing chi paos (a la the first few scenes of Zach Braff in Garden State). All this did make me initally wary, however, the experience turned out to be great. Our waitress immediately introduced herself and was attentive throughout the night without being overbearing. We ordered a large bowl of hot and sour soup to start (which was good but not amazing) but a few minutes later a gentleman showed up at our table delivering chicken and shrimp fried spring rolls. I started to correct him on our order, but it turned out he was the manager and that the waitress had told him that we were out of towners from Houston. The manager simply wanted to welcome us to the restaurant personally and give us a complimentary appetizer.

My husband and I went to a lot of good restaurants during our stay in Chicago, but this was the only restaurant that made such an effort to make us feel welcome and to extend such hospitality. It wasn't so much the spring rolls (although they were very very good, and we usually don't eat fried food) but the subtle graciousness of the waitress and the manager that we were so impressed with. I highly recommend that people try to this place. It's amazing what an impact great service can have on your dining out experience. I've noticed recently that even at the nice restaurants, the waitstaff often seem nonchalant and flippant, distracted, and not too interested. This was a nice breath of fresh air.

By the way, we had the special beef with shitake mushrooms and the spicy eggplant and tofu-both were which were great.

Pros: Very reasonably priced, Impeccable service

Cons: Great Chinese food, but not truly authentic

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Ben Pao may be often overlooked for smaller, more traditional Chinese restaurants but it certainly shouldn't be. The food is always well prepared, tasty and presented nicely. I have never had a bad meal there and would recommend it to anyone looking to enjoy a good Chinese dinner. P.S. Try the Spring Rolls

2
★★★★☆

Ben Pao may be often overlooked for smaller, more traditional Chinese restaurants but it certainly shouldn't be. The food is always well prepared, tasty and presented nicely. I have never had a bad meal there and would recommend it to anyone looking to enjoy a good Chinese dinner. P.S. Try the Spring Rolls

Pros: Always solid, great service

Cons: Sometimes the wait is too long

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My wife and I went to Ben Pao and found the food to be very good. We had egg rolls and chicken satay's as starters, and then I had the 7 Flavor Chicken while my wife had the Kung Pao Chicken. Both of us were impressed with both the quality of the food and the attentiveness of the service. We definitely would refer any one we know to try out the great food at Ben Pao's.

2
★★★★★

My wife and I went to Ben Pao and found the food to be very good. We had egg rolls and chicken satay's as starters, and then I had the 7 Flavor Chicken while my wife had the Kung Pao Chicken. Both of us were impressed with both the quality of the food and the attentiveness of the service. We definitely would refer any one we know to try out the great food at Ben Pao's.

Pros: Food, Price

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My boo and I have gone to this place MANY times. It always puts her in a good mood and she's hard to please. I rec this place ALWAYS to my buds that want to impress.

2
★★★★☆

My boo and I have gone to this place MANY times. It always puts her in a good mood and she's hard to please. I rec this place ALWAYS to my buds that want to impress.

Pros: cool atmosphere

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I don't know if they fired their chef, or lost the garlic, or what -- but the food was not good. We had been there a couple of years ago and it was great. However, they've reduced the menu options, the alcohol is exceedingly pricy even for a Chicago restaurant, and worst of all: the food was incredibly bland. The chicken, in fact, tasted slightly burned. There are many great restaurants in Chicago, this is no longer one of them. The sauce for the coconut patay tasted distinctly like mayonaise with a dash of toasted coconut and a bit of sherry or something. The sauce for the pot stickers was limited to one shaker of bland sweet sauce, unlike the previous tasty selections.

The service was excellent, but the food was not worth eating.

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★☆☆☆☆

I don't know if they fired their chef, or lost the garlic, or what -- but the food was not good. We had been there a couple of years ago and it was great. However, they've reduced the menu options, the alcohol is exceedingly pricy even for a Chicago restaurant, and worst of all: the food was incredibly bland. The chicken, in fact, tasted slightly burned. There are many great restaurants in Chicago, this is no longer one of them. The sauce for the coconut patay tasted distinctly like mayonaise with a dash of toasted coconut and a bit of sherry or something. The sauce for the pot stickers was limited to one shaker of bland sweet sauce, unlike the previous tasty selections.

The service was excellent, but the food was not worth eating.

Pros: ambiance, service

Cons: food

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Love the large menu selection. Great for large groups and sharing. good food and service. very reasonably priced.

2
★★★★☆

Love the large menu selection. Great for large groups and sharing. good food and service. very reasonably priced.

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This is a good restaurant for guys who are sick of being dragged to sushi restaurants by their significant others. If you're looking for a big meal with some unusual flavors and pretty presentation, try Ben Pao. The ambience is upscale. The food is high quality. I tried the Honey Walnut Shrimp dish. I really liked it. The eggrolls were top notch as well.

2
★★★★★

This is a good restaurant for guys who are sick of being dragged to sushi restaurants by their significant others. If you're looking for a big meal with some unusual flavors and pretty presentation, try Ben Pao. The ambience is upscale. The food is high quality. I tried the Honey Walnut Shrimp dish. I really liked it. The eggrolls were top notch as well.

Pros: Unique chinese, Nice decor

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I am almost certain I will never have scallops as good as theirs ever again! Try the different sakes-you only live once! If I lived in Chicago and had the disposable income, this would be a mandatory at least once a month place to eat.

2
★★★★★

I am almost certain I will never have scallops as good as theirs ever again! Try the different sakes-you only live once! If I lived in Chicago and had the disposable income, this would be a mandatory at least once a month place to eat.

Pros: food quality/taste, ambiance

Cons: you must valet it, $$$

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Food was good, service was HORRIBLE! You are paying more for the name than you are for the food. Portions were small for the money you paid.

2
★★★★☆

Food was good, service was HORRIBLE! You are paying more for the name than you are for the food. Portions were small for the money you paid.

Pros: Great Ambiance, Tasty Drinks

Cons: expensive for portion, horrible service

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Since I'm more of an Americanized-Chinese diner, I don't feel that I can accurately judge this. The service was wonderful and my companions who do enjoy Asian food were happy with their meals. The potstickers and mongolian beef were great, the satays were average. The homemade non-alcoholic drinks are the best -- they make their own Gingerale and Passion Fruit sodas that are a must have!

2
★★★★★

Since I'm more of an Americanized-Chinese diner, I don't feel that I can accurately judge this. The service was wonderful and my companions who do enjoy Asian food were happy with their meals. The potstickers and mongolian beef were great, the satays were average. The homemade non-alcoholic drinks are the best -- they make their own Gingerale and Passion Fruit sodas that are a must have!

Pros: Location, Waitstaff, Atmosphere

Cons: Parking

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This has to be one of the best Asian resturants I have ever been to. Everything I had was superb. They have a great green bean dish flavored with peanut oil and herbs that is just excellent. I have absolutely no bad things to say about this resturant, and insist that everyone must go here at least one time! Their Chocolate Spring rolls are superb also!

5
★★★★★

This has to be one of the best Asian resturants I have ever been to. Everything I had was superb. They have a great green bean dish flavored with peanut oil and herbs that is just excellent. I have absolutely no bad things to say about this resturant, and insist that everyone must go here at least one time! Their Chocolate Spring rolls are superb also!

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Upon entering Ben Pao, the first thing that I noticed was the exquisite decor. The lighting and music were perfect, and I just knew it would be a wonderful evening. Everything that we ordered exceeded our expectations. The plate presentation was only surpassed by the taste of the food. I personally recommend the Black Pepper Scallops, and the Cherry Bomb Shrimp. Surprisingly, the extensive wine menu actually paired just beautifully with the Chinese cuisine, and the specialty drinks were a welcome addition to an already perfect evening.

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★★★★★

Upon entering Ben Pao, the first thing that I noticed was the exquisite decor. The lighting and music were perfect, and I just knew it would be a wonderful evening. Everything that we ordered exceeded our expectations. The plate presentation was only surpassed by the taste of the food. I personally recommend the Black Pepper Scallops, and the Cherry Bomb Shrimp. Surprisingly, the extensive wine menu actually paired just beautifully with the Chinese cuisine, and the specialty drinks were a welcome addition to an already perfect evening.

Pros: food, staff, ambiance

Cons: parking

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First of all, best egg rolls EVER!!! The food is amazing. I love the ambience and the waitstaff is the nicest in the city! It's a little pricey, so not something you can eat daily on a budget, but it's well worth the splurge

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★★★★★

First of all, best egg rolls EVER!!! The food is amazing. I love the ambience and the waitstaff is the nicest in the city! It's a little pricey, so not something you can eat daily on a budget, but it's well worth the splurge

Pros: Food, ambience, service

Cons: a little pricey, parking

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They make their own ginger ale; try their cocktail made with it. We had an enjoyable evening especially since our concierrge comped our appetizer. The waiter was personable and attentive.When we return to Chicago, this restaurant is definitely on our list to revisit.

2
★★★★★

They make their own ginger ale; try their cocktail made with it. We had an enjoyable evening especially since our concierrge comped our appetizer. The waiter was personable and attentive.When we return to Chicago, this restaurant is definitely on our list to revisit.

Pros: extensive menu, cocktails, daily special

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I feel Ben Pao is a great dining experience. I have been often and the food is always great, specials have been always interesting and consistently good. I find the service to be always upbeat and friendly and I see much interaction with staff and management on the floor. The team is always welcoming and the decor is top notch. I feel they are not the typical chinatown experience and I am glad. If I want cheap uninavitive food I will visit chinatown if I want an all around outstanding chinese dining experience I think of Ben Pao first and foremost. Great Job, keep it up Ben Pao

2
★★★★★

I feel Ben Pao is a great dining experience. I have been often and the food is always great, specials have been always interesting and consistently good. I find the service to be always upbeat and friendly and I see much interaction with staff and management on the floor. The team is always welcoming and the decor is top notch. I feel they are not the typical chinatown experience and I am glad. If I want cheap uninavitive food I will visit chinatown if I want an all around outstanding chinese dining experience I think of Ben Pao first and foremost. Great Job, keep it up Ben Pao

Pros: Food Creativity, Wine list and drinks, friendly staff

Cons: can be crowded, carry-out area ok

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The ambience is nice. This is a good place to go if you've got a group of people who want to try something different but not too different.

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★★★☆☆

The ambience is nice. This is a good place to go if you've got a group of people who want to try something different but not too different.

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This is a favorite place in Chicago for Chinese food. The flavors are distinct and delicious. Service is good, but you might want reservations on the weekend - it's a popular place. Although seating is not "secluded", it doesn't feel like others are paying attention beyond their own tables.

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★★★★★

This is a favorite place in Chicago for Chinese food. The flavors are distinct and delicious. Service is good, but you might want reservations on the weekend - it's a popular place. Although seating is not "secluded", it doesn't feel like others are paying attention beyond their own tables.

Pros: delicious food, good service, fun place

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Having traveled extensivly with work... I came across Ben Pao through a friend. Having eaten there for lunch on Friday, I went home, took my Wife to dinner that Saturday and back with friends Sunday. Favorite dishs include Seasame Chicken and the Fireball Shrimp

2
★★★★★

Having traveled extensivly with work... I came across Ben Pao through a friend. Having eaten there for lunch on Friday, I went home, took my Wife to dinner that Saturday and back with friends Sunday. Favorite dishs include Seasame Chicken and the Fireball Shrimp

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From the moment you walk in the door, you know you're going to impress your date. The walls of softly cascading water and the dark colors create a very romantic and serene environment. I highly recommend the duck. It's one of my favorite dishes and so often it's a gamble to order. Even in China Town you cant be sure youll get decent cuts. I've had it several times here, and each time the portions were plump and moist. You cant help the fat on duck...but here at Ben Pao you get nice chunks of meat with each slice. It's served with steamed dumplings and dipping sauce - it's fabulous. They also offer a satay bar (reasonably priced) with a good variety of choices. The orange jasmine tea is a nice twist as well. I definitely recommend everyone give this place a try. You won't be disappointed.

2
★★★★★

From the moment you walk in the door, you know you're going to impress your date. The walls of softly cascading water and the dark colors create a very romantic and serene environment. I highly recommend the duck. It's one of my favorite dishes and so often it's a gamble to order. Even in China Town you cant be sure youll get decent cuts. I've had it several times here, and each time the portions were plump and moist. You cant help the fat on duck...but here at Ben Pao you get nice chunks of meat with each slice. It's served with steamed dumplings and dipping sauce - it's fabulous. They also offer a satay bar (reasonably priced) with a good variety of choices. The orange jasmine tea is a nice twist as well. I definitely recommend everyone give this place a try. You won't be disappointed.

Pros: Great Atmosphere, High Quality Food

Cons: Some Slow Service

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We found this to be the best Chinese foor we have ever had. Our successive trips to Chicago have all drawn us to Ben Pao!

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★★★★★

We found this to be the best Chinese foor we have ever had. Our successive trips to Chicago have all drawn us to Ben Pao!

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This was a beautiful restaurant, and I was impressed when brought here on a first date. However, the service was average and the food wasn't very tasty. I have had much better Chinese food in Chicago.

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★★★☆☆

This was a beautiful restaurant, and I was impressed when brought here on a first date. However, the service was average and the food wasn't very tasty. I have had much better Chinese food in Chicago.

Pros: Great ambiance, Great location

Cons: Average food

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This place has it all, great food, great atmoshpre. I can't get enough. Before I'm done with my food I'm thinking about what I anm going to have the next time. Try the satay........all of them. Oh yeah the green beans are to die for.

2
★★★★★

This place has it all, great food, great atmoshpre. I can't get enough. Before I'm done with my food I'm thinking about what I anm going to have the next time. Try the satay........all of them. Oh yeah the green beans are to die for.

Pros: FOOD, SERVICE

Cons: No waiting area, FIRE STATION, FIRE TRUCKS

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Ben Pao has the best Chinese food in Chicago. They have just updated their menu and everything is delicious. On top of the food, the atmosphere is beautiful. It is very relaxing and tranquil. My husband and I enjoy dining there several times a week. It blows PF Changs away! Give it a try.

2
★★★★★

Ben Pao has the best Chinese food in Chicago. They have just updated their menu and everything is delicious. On top of the food, the atmosphere is beautiful. It is very relaxing and tranquil. My husband and I enjoy dining there several times a week. It blows PF Changs away! Give it a try.

Pros: Inexpensive, Great atmosphere/dec, Romantic booths

Cons: Not great for kids, Across from firehouse, Long waits w/no reso

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This is a very art deco type restaurant. I liked the tropical drinks and my food was very good. Nice place to take a first date.

2
★★★★☆

This is a very art deco type restaurant. I liked the tropical drinks and my food was very good. Nice place to take a first date.

Cons: parking

 

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