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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.

Quang Pastry & Deli

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Quang offers notorious big bowls of noodle soups i.e. pho, Vietnamese traditional beef noodle soup, hu tieu, seafood and pork noodle soups and many wonderful bowls of grilled noodle salads. We are also famous for our spring rolls and caramelized lemongrass chicken. We welcome and fully appreciate your business!

Uptown Diner

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If you’ve got a hankering for breakfast food, the Uptown Diner is the ideal spot to get cozy in a plush booth, order a short stack or scrambled eggs, and let it all hang out. The flip and sizzle of pancakes and hash browns on the open griddle promises fresh vittles. Leaving here with anything less than a full belly is virtually impossible.