These photos are from May 1st when Timmy and I took a water taxi to Chinatown. A ten ticket ride from Chicago Water Taxi for use during the week is only $20.00, and can be shared by multiple people. A lot more enjoyable trip than taking the train or a bus.
We ate lunch at MCCB Chicago. If you sign into their Wi-Fi while you are there (and join the mailing list that pops up), you get a "free Italian Soda or a House Special Sweet Soup Dessert." We went for the Italian Soda (I think we ordered raspberry).
I ordered the Chef's Special Stir Fried Selection with chicken (pictured below). Timmy ordered the Hawaii Fried Rice. My dish was really hot (the menu and the waiter warned us that it would be), so, we ended up splitting our dishes to have some cool breaks in between the heat of my dish. Both dishes were amazing, and our waiter was wonderful.
After walking around for a while, we went to Ice Max for dessert. I ordered the signature crepe cone (mangoes, strawberries, custard cream, whipped yogurt, almond, chocolate syrup, Pocky sticks, chocolate pearls, and vanilla ice cream). Timmy ordered the rolled Thai ice cream in Panda Panda (Oreo, chocolate chips, M&M's, chocolate syrup).
It was pretty tricky to eat my crepe cone after I had finished the top part, so, I don't think I'd order a crepe cone again. I think I would have enjoyed it more with the crepe on the side, so, not only would it be easier to eat, but it could be used as a palate cleanser between bites of ice cream (I didn't enjoy the ice cream soaked crepe). The rolled ice cream was really good.
On the way home, we stopped at Cesar's Killer Margaritas (not in Chinatown). I didn't realize that the fruit margaritas were all lime based, so I was disappointed with the strawberry margarita I ordered; after having all the peppers in my lunch, my stomach was not ready for a glass full of citrus. As a nice surprise though, they bring you shots on tequila with your check.