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Yilin - CLOSED

7600 Madison St, Forest Park, IL 60130-1403
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Jun 28, 2012
“Real Sichuan Kitchen in the Suburbs”
Restaurant Hours Closed
7600 Madison St, Forest Park, IL 60130-1403
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Reviewed June 28, 2012

Yilin is a remarkable find. Generally, even the best suburban Chinese restaurants stay away from the truly authentic and spicy Sichuan cuisine, and the so-called Sichuan dishes are tamed for American tastes. But Yilin is a true Sichuan kitchen, with a similarity to Lao Szechwan...More

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  • Address: 7600 Madison St, Forest Park, IL 60130-1403
  • Location: United States  >  Illinois (IL)  >  Forest Park
This is the first genuinely Sichuan Chinese kitchen in the near west suburbs - absolutely authentic, a cut above virtually all other suburban Chinese restaurants. They also offer sushi and Japanese cuisine which is good, but the reason to come here is Sichuan (and some Shanghai) cuisine on the level of Chinatown's best.
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