Great Sea Chinese Restaurant, Chicago, Illinois, Chinese Restaurant Details

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Restaurant: Great Sea Chinese Restaurant

Address: 3254 W Lawrence Ave, Chicago (Cook), Illinois (IL), 60625

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Phone: (773) 478-9129

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4.2 based on 5 ratings
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12/07/2015 5:06 am

Something changed since my last visit a year ago. The floor was dirty and I mean dirty and the food wasn't good at all. Disappointing because I brought my visiting family to this restaurant however when they walked in and saw the state of the dining room with food on the floor they were turned off. With that said the staff was friendly as usual.

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12/06/2015 12:46 am

Been going here since I was a little kid, and it never disappoints!

The food is always hot and tastes very fresh. I love the eggrolls and hot wings, but the best thing is def the fried rice! Tastes so good and is always cooked to perfection. Their fruit smoothies are amazing too! Overall great place with great food. It just gets kind packed on the weekends, so be ware!

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12/04/2015 12:19 am

The wings are Awesome! Great general tso as well. Good prices. Great service. GET THE WINGS!

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11/16/2015 3:33 am

Best Korean chicken wings in the city. Better than the newcomers Dak and Crisp. Sweet, spicy, lollipop drumsticks. You can order big platters for parties. I imagine at some point we should try the rest of the food here

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09/15/2015 6:08 pm

The interior hasn't changed probably since it opened 30+ years ago, but the draw is the food. And I've been coming here since the opening back in the 80s. Shandong cuisine at it's best - delicious spicy chicken wings (kampongi), seafood black noodles (sam sun gun chajiangmyun), spicy seafood noodle soup, (sam sun cchamppong), spicy tofu, and Mongolian beef are the stand outs. It's a neck-and-neck race between this place's cuisine compared to Peking Mandarin just up the street. I think the noodles/soups and Mongolian beef are better at Peking Mandarin. Great Sea has the edge on the wings. Honestly, you cannot go wrong at either place. My only complaint is that the black noodles used to have a ton of different seafood items that I still cannot identify or name. But they were delicious. Unfortunately, these seafood creatures are no longer present in the black noodles, which is a shame. I feel like the food was changed for non-Easterners' tastes. Still, this is one of the best places for this type of cuisine, arguably in the country.

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