CloverEats: Chicagoland’s many Joy Yee’s
I still remember the first time I saw Joy Yee’s. The windows were packed full of gigantic, lifelike preserved dishes, and the walls were lined with fruit. The mango tapioca smoothie tasted just like real mangoes, and the avocado smoothie was the first time I ever saw avocado prepared in a sweet form. The portions were huge, beyond anything my tiny stomach could consume by itself, and the bill was very manageable on a tight budget. The service and quality may at times leave one wanting, but for a quick meal with old friends, and avocado smoothies, there’s a Joy Yee’s in Chinatown, Evanston, Naperville, and more keep opening up. Check out their website here.
Posted on December 26, 2013, in Chicago, Dinner, Evanston, Lunch, Noodles, Restaurant reviews and tagged chicago, food, food photography, joy Yee noodles, photography, restaurant reviews. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.