"They use organic ingredients and no MSG in their food. They also have great noodles that are stir-fried with olive oil." - Chef Mark Ellman
While not a vegetarian myself I did see that this was a very vegetarian friendly place. A large vegetarian specific menu section and any menu item can be substituted to be made vegy-friendly.
Amazing food (especially the pineapple-and-shrimp fried rice), but the chopsticks-impaired should be warned that this restaurant is not fond of forks. This is Chinatown, after all!
BYOB! So feel free to bring something you like to compliment their wonderful food! And, if it's a really bottle, no one will mind if you bring appropriate glassware. Enjoy!!!
Little Village offers patrons two hours of free parking behind the restaurant. It's limited, but a score if you can get it. Good luck!
I was expecting duck that was lightly battered, but there was much more taro than duck in the taro duck. If you love taro this is a good pick, but get a half or whole duck if you want more meat.
You absolutely must order the BASA FILET! It's to die for! Have an Empowered Day! : )
The best don don noodles I've ever had, and I've had them at a lot of places!
Everything we've had here has been great! I especially love the Mu-Shu.
Authentic Singapore noodles, which are hard to find back in the 48.