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Hours
Tue - Sun 3:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Payment method
discover, amex, master card, visa
Price Range
$
Neighborhoods
Lake View East, North Side, Lakeview
Categories
Chinese Restaurants, Asian Restaurants, Take Out Restaurants, Family Style Restaurants, Restaurant Delivery Service, Restaurants
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Cuisines: Asian, Delivery, Family Style, Take Out, Chinese

Price Range : Below Average

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chimusclejock

12/30/2008

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Overall
Good food, cruddy atmosphere

Too bad boy's town doesn't have a fun Chineese place to go.

Mark's food is pretty good, but it has the atmosphere of a bus station. Harsh flourescent lighting, staticy radio playing 80's tunes in the background, waitresses in sweat suits and sneakers - just all wrong.

They could do a killer business if they zinged up their image.

2grandtommy

09/14/2008

Overall
TOTAL BIATCH GOT GOOD CHINESE FOOD

This lady is miserable but her food is good. She talks to you like your beneath her. She would rather tell you to look at some website than just tell you whats good on the menu. Can someone slap this lady and set her straight?

DeLishUs

05/04/2008

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Overall
Best Chinese Food Value in the Midwest

Consistently great Chinese food, dine-in or carry-out. The crab rangoon is especially good, as are the soups. Wide variety of entrees (try anything beef). Welcoming staff and quick service. Formerly the best kept secret for cheap eats in Boystown.

mafobrie

09/09/2007

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Overall
Yuck!

I was really looking forward to having a good take out dinner. The food from Mark's Chop Suey wasn't just disappointing, it was gross. The Sesame Chicken was really bad and the crab rangoon too. Keep looking for another take out place if you'd like to enjoy your dinner.

vannabug

07/02/2006

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Overall
Love the chicken fried rice

I've been ordering from Mark's for more than 10 years, back in the days where they had 2 locations (one on Broadway). The chicken fried rice, chicken egg foo yung and eggrolls are fantastic. Not crazy about the potstickers but nothing else has ever disappointed. Having had them deliver probably at least a 70-80 times over the years, they've probably only screwed up my order once and were extremely apologetic and made up for it. If you just want some good old fashioned chinese food delivered fast, hot and not that expensive, I'd strongly recommend Mark's.

beekie

04/27/2005

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User review by beekie

Ive been ordering from Marks for nearly ten years now. The food is incredible, delivery times are quick, and the wait staff is friendly, even though their English is not the best. However, I would like to mention that because of the location (being in close to Wrigley Field), there isnt any parking, but thats okay, because the ambiance at the restaurant isnt exactly the best. I only ate at the restaurant once, and while the food was as good as it always is, I decided that I wouldnt exactly want to eat at the restaurant again. Id much rather rely on their wonderful delivery service, which makes it convenient as well. Id recommend the fried rice and the Mongolian beef. Dont let the negatives of this restaurant fool you; it really is a terrific place! I think Im going to order from there tonight!

tfoster75

07/18/2003

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Overall
Carry out...

Mark's is my favorite place for Chinese carry out or delivery. The food is always tasty and arrives quickly. The dining room isn't very attractive, but it's a great place to people watch. My only issue with Mark's is the not-so-tasty crab rangoons.

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