Chicago Food Planet's Story

Whether you choose to go off-the-beaten-path or want to stay near downtown, we provide neighborhood food experiences that allow you to connect with Chicago's food in a unique and memorable way.

Triple Crown

Triple Crown was opened by Ling Ling Tin in 1996, who originally came from Hong Kong and established this Canton regional cuisine and Hong Kong style Dim Sum family restaurant.

Chiu Quon

Featuring traditional baked goods, Chiu Quon, first opened in 1986, and is the oldest existing bakery in Chinatown. Owner, Pui Chiu, came from Hong Kong in the late-1970's.

Lao Sze Chuan

Chef Tony shaped Lao Sze Chuan into one of the America’s most beloved Chinese restaurants with a nationally-acclaimed reputation for Sze Chuan regional-style cuisine.

Ice Point

This restaurant offers unique dessert concoctions of bubble tea and the newly-famous rolled ice cream.

Saint Anna's Bakery

Traditional Chinese-style baked goods, desserts and Shanghai-French inspired pastries that has been serving Chicago since 1994.

Thank You!
Experience Navy Pier, an iconic city landmark, as you take in the skyline views, historical anecdotes and taste mouthwatering foods.
Chinatown: Additional Restaurants

Chinatown is a small area but offers a large variety of foods and some cool activities as well. Check out what we recommend.

Chinatown Post Tour Directions


This tour is complete with treats from 6 bakeries, stories of ethnic holiday traditions, & ample shopping time to purchase additional goods.

Tour Length4 hours
Cost$115 Adult | $59 Adolescent (8-15) | Free Child (0-7)
Tour Distance6 Bakery Stops
NeighborhoodsNorth Shore, Sheridan Road, Village of Winnetka

Chicago's only tour that takes you to the hot local spots featured on the hit TV show THE BEAR

Tour Length3.5 hours
Cost$129.00 Adult
Tour Distance9 miles
NeighborhoodsRiver North, West Loop and Logan Square.
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