One of Little Village’s signature dishes, honey walnut shrimp, gets high praise from patrons. Other favorites are the mu-shu roll, hot and sour soup, orange chicken, beef chow fun, and fried string beans. For dessert consider the taro tapioca or Sweet Black Sunday, which is sweet black wild rice with coconut milk and vanilla ice cream. Since 2001, Little Village has catered to business people and visitors in downtown and Chinatown. Look for the jagged oval wooden sign with the restaurant name and Chinese characters etched into the wood. The inside is decorated with Asian lanterns and wood accents.