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Lao Sze Chuan

  1. Openings
    More Lao Sze Chuans Coming To BurbsTony Hu won’t stop opening restaurants.
  2. Openings
    And the Latest Lao is… A Shops at North Bridge Lao Sze ChuanTony Hu is coming downtown.
  3. The Other Critics
    Vettel Takes Three-Star Reading of Baume & Brix; It’s Lao Time Out Chicago ThisVettel calls Baume & Brix stellar, Time Out checks out Tony Hu’s latest moves.
  4. Chefs
    Tribune Profiles Restaurateur It Actually Likes: Tony HuTony Hu gets the in-depth profile he’s long deserved.
  5. Openings
    Today’s Lao Opening: Another Lao Sze Chuan Near ArgyleAnd another Tony Hu Lao to open!
  6. Chinatown
    Serious Eats Chicago Guides You To The Best of Chinatown’s Best Chef14 must-eat dishes from Tony Hu’s Chinatown empire.
  7. Chefs
    Lao Sze Chuan’s Tony Hu Profiled in Chinese PieceChinatown restaurant magnate Tony Hu profiled.
  8. What to Eat
    What to Eat at Lao Hunan, Tony Hu’s Latest Chinatown RestaurantThough we’d never heard anything about Lao Hunan, it has been open for at least a week.
  9. Foodievents
    Preview Taste of Chicago Today at Daley PlazaSeven vendors will be on hand to dish out $3 samples.
  10. Foodivents
    Taste of Chicago Releases New Vendor ListHow long would you wait in line for dry chili chicken?
  11. The Other Critics
    Vettel Takes a Trip to Chinatown; Dolinsky and Zagat Pick Their Favorite SpotsPlus: Zagat picks its five favorite places, and the Sun Times checks out tofu.
  12. Mediavore
    Lao Sze Chuan Is Back in Business; Officials Call for Nets to Catch Asian CarpPlus: Joel Robuchon isn’t a fan of Molecular Gastronomy and Deb Perelman from the Smitten Kitchen signs a book deal.
  13. Reopenings
    Lao Sze Schuan to Reopen in MayThe Chinatown staple had to replace its whole kitchen.
  14. Mediavore
    Fire at Lao Sze Chuan; Farmers Fear GrasshoppersPlus: Nestle gets protested via Twitter, and an investigation into truffle genetics, all in our morning news roundup.
  15. Openings
    Tapas Comes To ChinatownLao Sze Chuan spins off a small-plates concept.