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Posted by CDJBlue on 04/25/2012
Visited for the first time today....What a treat! I have passed this place a hundred times and never went in thinking it was your run of the mill Chinese restaurant and maybe it was. In October Chris Hora, Food Network chef, came on board and it is anything but run of the mill Chinese food. I had the $15 prix fix lunch which gave you 3 selections. I had a wonderful, full-flavored soup, vegetable tempura and polenta topped with spinach and tender, crisp pieces of broccoli. Everything was so well prepared and tasty. I can't wait for my return visit!!
Posted by Anonymous on 06/30/2010
The food is great and it's a happy medium for me since I'm vegetarian and my friends are not. Everyone can find something on the menu. Also, I'm a fan of the live music and decor.
Posted by C. Cunningham on 08/14/2009
I loved this place and will definitely go back! The food was delicious. I went with a party of six and we all tasted each other's dishes. Everything I tasted was great, except for the schzewan glazed beef, it was average. The decor was great and our server was very attentive. The food did take a bit long to come (about 40 minutes) and the food portions were on the small side (but the prices are reasonable). Overall, I rate this place 4.5 out of 5
Posted by Anonymous on 11/25/2008
Have been here a few times.. the food was always really fresh and good. definitely recommend it... they also have vegan options and brown rice which you can't find everywhere.
Posted by Robyn on 07/07/2008
Beautiful restaurant, poor service! Our waitress took about 30 minutes in between bringing drinks, appetizers, then entrees. Upon reciving our food, all orders were mixed up. Then upon receiving our checks, all checks were miscalculated and incorrect. Our entire dining experience took a total of 3 hours, only one of which was spent dining. The other two were spent waiting and trying to correct their screwups. Also the seating wasn't that great.
Posted by Hyde Park resident on 06/11/2008
I took my sister here for lunch, we ordered an appetizer right along with our meals. Well the entrees came pretty quick, but no appetizer, and our waitress seemed surprised that we didn't receive it. Once our meal came out we had no silverware to eat with and had to wait 5 minutes for the waitress to get them. My sister ordered the curry chicken that should've had vegetables, it had all of four carrots and a bunch of potatoes. The decor is nice, but the food and the service were lacking big time.
Posted by Joan on 05/11/2008
What a disappointment! I went to Chant for a late dinner following a concert (got there about 8:45 p.m.) and the first thing I noticed when I entered was the noise level, appallingly loud. Don't go there with friends, because you won't be able to carry on a conversation! There were no tables available, so I was seated at a small, bar-like area with high stools, which was rather uncomfortable (and, as it turned out, the small space made it difficult to maneuver the dishes, flatware and glases). I was not given a menu. After several minutes, a server came up with a chipper, "how are you?" She seemed rather startled when I pointed out that I had no menu, and went off to find one. I ordered the curried chicken, which was merely passable. (The old Noodles, Etc. curries were much better!) When the bill came, I put down my cash and had another lengthy wait for the server to pick it up and bring me the change. I don't know if it was because I was a single woman dining alone, but it was NOT a pleasant experience. I won't go back.