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Posted by Nou Thao on 10/18/2014
Went to the one in Chinatown, the food was great, but they didn't serve it all together. One plate came at a time. I though that the beef with noodles were great, they serve some large quantities of food, we had plenty left for three people. We didn't have to wait that long, considering that the restaurant was 3/4 full but I would recommend this place, amazing food. :D
Posted by Celeste on 08/17/2014
I came here with my mother ad the food was very good. Our waitress was rude and very inattentive. I would not reccomend this place to a friend and will not be returning
Posted by anonymous on 06/09/2013
always fresh vegetables, everything freshly cooked, no msg, lots of choices
Posted by Will on 09/10/2012
The food is well prepared. Mayflower is in such a convenient location which is a plus. The delivery service is awesome and the only thing holding back this restaurant is slow service.
Posted by Matt on 06/12/2011
For the life of me I could not find a good Chinese place anywhere in Chicago. That all changed when I got around to ordering from this place. Their fried rice is fantastic, and I love their eggrolls. Reasonably priced, great value, I'd highly recommend this place. I might add to make sure you have some water on hand, because you will be crazy thirsty after eating here.
Posted by beth on 01/14/2011
We moved to the south suburbs, and missed the mayflower a lot. Burbank has really good Chinese food, but it doesn't compare to the Mayflower. The minute we moved back into Chicago, we ordered from our favorite Chinese restaurant, the Mayflower!
Posted by Bel on 12/23/2010
Only ever ordered takeout, but we have now moved to Iowa and the Chinese food here doesn't compare. Even when we livedin London we never had as good Chinese food as this. It tasted like they used fresh ingredients and plenty in a portion. My mouth waters just thinking of the sweet and sour chicken balls. Most places the chicken balls are mostly batter, but Matflower's are mostly meat. And the sweet and sour sauce has big chunks of peppers, tomatoes and pine apple. Delicious.