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Village Wok

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Expect standard Chinese fare, with a few standouts like the whole walleye–batter-fried and flavored with a rich ginger-scallion sauce. Most entrees are around $10, but you can eat cheaply on rice, noodles, congee (rice soup) and appetizers. An inexpensive late-night menu is available until close.

Shuang Cheng Restaurant

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Popular with high profile chefs out for a bite as well as university students who know a good, cheap meal when they see one, this big place is always busy, with Szechuan specialties, hot pots, vegan options, and seafood, such as the sesame shrimp–the prawns are drizzled with sweet but not overpowering sauce.

Brasa Rotisserie – Northeast

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Alex Roberts, famed chef and co-owner of local darling Restaurant Alma, recently opened Brasa Rotisserie in Northeast, combining the Peruvian model of wood-charcoal roasted meats with the American Southern soul-food model of a meal in which your choice of meat is paired with three side dishes.

Bun Mi Sandwiches

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Vietnamese-style bánh mi sandwiches with meat, fresh veggies, and condiments. Bun Mi Sandwiches is giving sandwich chains a run for their money! Also serving salad and side dishes. Bubble tea, Asian drinks, and other beverages.