Chiu Quon
~ 1986 ~

Famous For: It’s authentic baked goods and being the longest running bakery in Chicago’s Chinatown.

Founded By: Owner, Pui Chiu, came from Hong Kong in the late-1970’s and established this great bakery.

Fun Foodie Facts: 

  • The traditional baked goods featured here are made from ancient recipes, which feature a much subtler sweetness than modern American pastries and instead emphasize textural contrast.
  • The lotus root is cream-colored and when you slice it, you get thin honeycomb-patterned disks that can be added to soups, salads or stir-fries
  • On the Autumnal Equinox in 1368, the Chinese were able to overthrow the Mongols and were able to do so using moon cakes as a weapon of sorts!
  • Fortune cookies are a North American invention, not Chinese. 


Our Recos:

  • Come in and try their dim sum, it’s some of the cheapest in Chinatown and quite tasty.

Sunday Funday never tasted so good! Hop on this fast-paced tour as we brunch our way around Wrigleyville!

Tour Length3 Hours
Cost$85 Adult With Alcohol | $65 Adult (no alcohol) | $50 Adolescent | Free Child (6 & Under)
Tour Distance0.8 Miles

Discover why Pilsen was named one of the “12 Coolest Neighborhoods Around the World” by Forbes on our Street Foods of Pilsen Food Tour.  

Tour Length3 hours
Cost$85 Adult With Alcohol | $50 Adolescent | Free Child (6 & Under)
Tour Distance1.4 miles
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