Orange Garden opened in this relaxed North Side enclave in 1926, just as most of Chicago’s nascent Chinese community was moving from the Loop to the South Side neighborhood that would become Chinatown. By most accounts, this is the oldest Chinese restaurant in the city, and it has two things fans can’t get enough of. One: the neon sign, which counts as one of the city’s great works of public art. Two: its egg rolls — hand-rolled, hot from the fryer, crackly in a way that summons early memories of dinner out with Mom and Dad. As with all good Chicago egg rolls, there’s a bit of peanut butter binding the pork, shrimp, and cabbage, and the bright orange dipping sauce served alongside the rolls calls to mind the restaurant’s art deco facade. $1.78; 1942 W. Irving Park Rd., North Center