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Little Village Noodle House

November 20, 2016

Chinese Fare With A Twist

Since opening 15 years ago, Little Village Noodle House in Chinatown has evolved from a traditional Chinese restaurant to more of a Western-style Chinese eatery. For example, the restaurant uses a lot of ingredients you might not find in other Chinese eateries, such as portobello mushrooms and Brussels sprouts. However, there still are some classic…

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October 9, 2016

Little Village is Up with the Chicken

Little Village Noodle House may be well-known for its Honey Walnut Shrimp and noodle dishes, but owner and partner David Chang wants to remind customers that the Chinatown eatery is their one-stop shop for all poultry cravings as well. Whether you’re in the mood for Lemon Grass Chicken ($10.50) or Steamed Chicken with Choi Sum…

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The Magic Is In The Details

A large menu doesn’t have to be intimidating, especially if you know that no matter what you order, each item will be as delectable as the next. That is just the case at Chinatown’s Little Village Noodle House. The extensive selection of Chinese fare goes beyond tradition at the beloved restaurant, with new recipes and…

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Chinese Fare With Unique Flair

Little Village Noodle House may be the place to go to satisfy your Chinese cravings, but it’s not your average Chinese restaurant. Many locals agree there’s something special about the Northern Chinese-inspired fare served up at the Chinatown eatery, even if they can’t quite put their finger on it. Dining Out recently sat down with…

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Wrapped Up in Lettuce Wraps

I’m not sure if it’s the clear blue skies on these sunny days or all that watercress I ate last week, but something has me craving light, bright and refreshing fare this springtime — I just can’t get enough of it! And since we’ve been on a green kick here at Dining Out, I’m keeping…

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Delicious Daydreams

Sometimes it stems out of procrastination, other times it comes on from sheer hunger, but we can all relate to that moment in the day — oftentimes a wonderful escape — when we stop what we’re doing and start daydreaming about what we’re going to have for lunch and dinner, letting those cravings sink deep…

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February 2, 2016

Luck Out With These Bites

The Chinese never need an excuse to get together with loved ones, as their rich culture already revolves around family, food and festivities 365 days of the year — 366 days in the case of 2016. But on Chinese New Year, which is Feb. 8 this year, there is no better reason to be with…

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December 29, 2015

Simple Recipes, Big Flavors

As daily crowds of diners can attest, Little Village Noodle House is the cornerstone of Chinese fare in Chinatown. The restaurant’s approach to simplistic cooking, with minimal ingredients and seasoning, provides a healthier option for tasty food that’s especially welcome in the midst of the tempting sweets and treats of the holiday season. Although recipes…

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Digging Up Delicious Lemon Grass

One of the culinary world’s most mysterious ingredients, lemon grass is much like an invisible miracle worker — rarely seen, but always putting its magic touch on food with a whimsical stroke of refreshing flavor. The tropical herb is often left out of the final presentation of entrees — as its fibrous stalk is too…

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August 30, 2015

A ‘Little’ Goes A Long Way

Nestled in the heart of Chinatown is Little Village Noodle House, a place known for its high-quality foods, fresh ingredients and simplicity. “We’ve been serving at this location for 13 years. We’re very popular among the local people because we serve a lot of signature comfort-food dishes,” explains general manager David Chang. Offering local favorites…

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