Choose Between Two Options
$13 for a Chinese-Latino meal for two (up to $25.20 value)
- One appetizer (up to $3.88 value)
- Two 12-ounce drinks (up to $2.78 value each)
- Two stir-fry and rice meals, Chino Latino salads, burritos, or taco meals (up to $7.88 value each)
$25 for a Chinese-Latino meal for four (up to $50.40 value)
- Two appetizers (up to $3.88 value each)
- Four 12-ounce drinks (up to $2.78 value each)
- Four stir-fry and rice meals, Chino Latino salads, burritos, or taco meals (up to $7.88 value each)
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At Si Fu, the tacos—stuffed with proteins as diverse as cilantro-lime chicken, barbecue pork, and lemongrass tofu—come in two styles. There's the classic Latino version, which comes with onions, cilantro, and lime. The Chino-style tacos, meanwhile, come crowned with toppings typically found on bánh mì: pickled daikon, carrots, cilantro, and jalapeño slivers.
These unlikely combinations were born from a simple premise: Chicagoans shouldn't have to choose between Chinese and Latin food. Si Fu saves everyone hours of coin flipping and trick-coin producing with its fusion cuisine, sating diners' appetites with a smorgasbord of options from burritos to kimchi fries, beer battered avocado to tuna tartare, and queso fundido.