Thursday, May 4, 2017

Joy Yee Noodle @ Chicago's Chinatown

ABBEY: We dropped by Chinatown for lunch after visiting Museum of Science and Industry (Chicago). We went to Joy Yee Noodle restaurant. 

They don't have sweet and sour pork so I settled with chicken. And we also have tofu and mushroom and fried rice. Each serving is for 3-4 people. They were all delicious. The coating in the chicken is not thoroughly cooked though. 

We got avocado shakes for to-go. Its serving is also big enough for 2 persons. It is creamy and sweet with no bitter after taste.

Joy Yee Noodle's Chicken Menu 
Joy Yee Noodle's Fried Rice Menu

Joy Yee Noodle's Vegetable Menu

WILL: After a fun rundown in Museum of Science and Industry, Ate Abigail and Kuya Victor drove us to Chicago's Chinatown. They proudly present to us Joy Yee Noodle restaurant. 

The waiter gave us a huge-size menu; no wonder why because they are serving enormous meals. 

Kuya took charge in choosing our food and what I like most is the Sweet and Sour Chicken and the BIG avocado shake. Their sweet and sour is more than of a sweet and for sure kids will love it. Avocado Shake uses real avocado, not a mere colouring or powder type. It is real! 

We visited the restaurant in a weekday and yet it was somewhat full. Oh! The shake takeout counter has a long queue despite of cold weather outside. 

Highly recommended this place for Chinese cuisine lovers.

Joy Yee Noodle
(A) 2139 S China Pl, Chicago, IL 60616, USA