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You Can Eat Your Way Around the World

A sampling of Chicago’s global feast proves that we’ve got the most authentic ethnic food.

Illustration: Antoine Corbineau

Pakistan

Halwa puri (fried bread, curry, halva) at Pak Sweets ($4.50), 2326 W. Devon Ave.

Kyrgyzstan

Lagman (beef and vegetables with hand-pulled noodles) at Jibek Jolu ($8.95), 5047 N. Lincoln Ave.

Vietnam

Clay pot catfish and pork at Nha Hang Viet Nam ($9.95), 1032 W. Argyle St.

Dominican Republic

Mangú (mashed plantains) with cheese and eggs at Punta Cana ($6.95), 2200 N. Kimball Ave.

China

Jianbing (mung bean crêpe in black bean sauce) at Tong’s ($4.99), 2002 S. Wentworth Ave.

Senegal

Dakhine (lamb stewed in peanut butter) at Gorée Cuisine ($11), 1126 E. 47th St.

Poland

Stuffed cabbage at Karolinka Club ($3), 6102 S. Central Ave.

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