Joy Yee Noodle

Joy Yee seems to be really popular. The dining menu had every Asian dish on there except balut.  It was packed like they were giving away money.

Joy Yee Noodle Chicago
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Now, you’re probably thinking what makes me qualified to evaluate a restaurant when I didn’t dine here.  Well, it’s simple.  I had their taro shake.  I know.  It totally makes more than qualified to evaluate the whole restaurant based off of a shake.  Shit.  If Yelpers can give a restaurant 5* for having a salad or 1* for not being seated after 2 minutes, I can give Joy Yee 10s across the board.

Joy Yee Noodle Chicago
Taro Shake

The Taro Shake was pretty good and wasn’t too sweet as I anticipated.  You could really taste the taro and the jelly was a nice change from your typical Boba.  It was a perfect drink after a salty and spicy meal at Lao Sze Chuan.  The Taro Shake definitely soothed the burning anal sensations I was getting from eating Lao Sze Chuan.  Lastly, it’s a good stop to grab a drink and walk around Chinatown skipping and whistling like two girls in skirts.

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  • 10/10
    Service - 10/10
  • 10/10
    Presentation - 10/10
  • 10/10
    Flavors - 10/10
  • 10/10
    Decor - 10/10
  • 10/10
    Ambiance - 10/10
10/10

Summary

10s across the board cause the taro shake was fantastic.

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