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Nearly 20 years of Chinese fusion food

A La Carte

December 20, 2020

Story By: Ginger Keller | Photos by: L. TABUDLO

Beef Broccoli ($15.75)

Next April, Little Village Noodle House celebrates 20 years in business. The Smith Street locale is known for its bold flavors, and mixes a variety of styles to offer its customers the best of the best Chinese food.

Salt and Pepper Pork Chop ($14.75)

“We started as a very casual restaurant, where the theme emphasizes on a village-like outdoor setting, away from your traditional cafeteria at most Chinese restaurants,” explains owner/operator David Chang. “For the food, we placed emphasis on Northern-style, Cantonese-style and American-Chinese fusion dishes.”

Hot and Sour Soup ($11.75)

Its Honey Walnut Shrimp ($18.95), for example, is a hot-ticket item that uses high-quality jumbo shrimp that’s tossed in a garlic and green onion cream sauce. For its Orange Chicken ($12.75), Chang says real orange juice is used to construct its classic sweet and tangy sauce.

House Special Fried Rice ($11.75)

Little Village’s most sought-after rice dish, mean while, is the House Special Fried Rice ($11.75), which encompasses bountiful local flavors, like roast duck, char siu, shrimp, garlic, onion and soy sauce.

Honey Walnut Shrimp ($18.95)

“Village foods are healthy, light, clean and bold,” says Chang. “These dishes are inspired by what I want to serve to my family. “I wanted to take this opportunity to thank all my loyal customers for their continuous support,” adds Chang.

“And anyone who hasn’t had a chance to try Little Village for the past 20 years, give us a try.”

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