Treat your taste buds: Explore Old Irving Park restaurants
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Old Irving Park Restaurants
Old Irving Park Restaurants
Noodles Party cooks up authentic Asian cuisine with a focus on noodle entrees. Its modest decor and casual atmosphere make this little gem a cozy place to relax and enjoy some good food with friends or family after work. The staff is friendly and attentive, and Noodles Party has both mounted TVs to watch and Wi-Fi to use.
Entrees at Noodles Party can be eaten inside, ordered for takeout or delivery. You can get items such as Mongolian stir fry, Thai basil, green curry and mixed vegetables. Noodles Party is also well equipped to handle catering for events and special occasions, and those interested are encouraged to call or inquire within. It's open for lunch and dinner daily.More
Ssyal has been run by a Korean family for over 29 years. The family owned a ginseng farm and at the restaurant serves Korean specialties like samgyetang which is Korean ginseng soup. It focuses on authentic Korean recipes. Ssyal serves food in an open and warm environment.
Ssyal offers up appetizers like the fried dumplings with soy sauce, tofu and vegetables in Oriental dressing or Korean rice cake and vegetables with spicy sauce. The lunch specials are all served with rice. Try the kimchi with ground bean stew, soybean paste soup with vegetables or spicy soup with beef and vegetables. Entrées include a white Cornish hen with ginseng, jujube, garlic and mixed grain, codfish soup with vegetables or spicy Korean BBQ ribs in homemade marinated sauce served with a bowl of soup.More
In the Old Irving Park area of Chicago, Leona’s Restaurants offers homemade Italian cuisine to locals. Famous for serving up a thin-crust pizza in the land of deep dish, Leona’s Restaurants serves all sorts of traditional Italian specialties with a Chicago twist. The extensive menu includes burgers, salads, starters, sandwiches, pastas, and of course classic and thin crust pizza. With appetizers like wings, garlic bread, or tomato bruschetta, pizzas such as classic stuffed crusts and a thin crust margherita, everyone will find something they will love.
Leona’s Restaurants have been serving up traditional Italian cuisine to the Chicago area since 1950, providing a family friendly atmosphere and plenty of take-out options.More
Alibaba Café and Restaurant, in Chicago, dishes out a popular array of tantalizing Middle Eastern plates as well as hookah services in its lively and colorful setting. For an ideal start to your meal, enjoy the crispy fattoush salad with cucumbers, tomatoes and seasoned pita chips and the baba ghannouj smoky eggplant and lemon dip. Some of Alibaba Café and Restaurant's specialty entrée dishes include the shaved beef and lamb shawarma with hummus, the juicy marinated and grilled chicken kabob and the plump and crispy shrimp plate. Sandwiches are popular and have vegetarian choices, like the cheese and the falafel, made with ground fava and chickpeas patties seasoned with parsley and deep-fried until crisp. The Turkish coffee and baklava make a perfect sweet finish.
If you are interested in hookah, Alibaba Café and Restaurant has many varieties of flavored shisha and starbuzz to enjoy.More
Our first time here, but we're going to try to come back again before they close in December! The veal was delicious, the ambiance was great, the pizza bread was cheesy and the service was excellent. The owners are retiring and the last night of service is December 23. I'm sad I waited so long to try this traditonal Italian place out. Enjoy retirement! MoreOpenTable Diner -