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Updated 3:39 pm, October 15, 2012

Forest Park’s sushi and Chinese restaurant, Yilin Japanese & Chinese Cuisine, is now offering fall specials. Dine in customers will receive free Japanese fried spring rolls and edamame! This special is during dinner hours, after 3 p.m., on weekdays and all day on the weekends. This fall, also enjoy a $10 gift card when spending $60 or more on dine in, carry out or delivery orders. This press release must be mentioned in order to receive the gift card.

Finally, we are glad to announce our beer special! Valid only on Monday and Wednesday, all beers are just $3.00 per bottle. We offer domestics and imports that include: Miller Lite, Coors Light, Sapporo, Tsingtao and Heinenken.

"We are bringing authentic Chinese Szechuan and Japanese cuisine to customers in the Forest Park area!" Robert Fong, manager of Yilin Japanese & Chinese Cuisine said.


Offering the best sushi and Chinese food, Yilin Japanese & Chinese Cuisine features meals like dim sum, hot and sour soup, chicken, beef and noodles. It also provides a full bar area, a private room for events, a delivery service, a catering service and 15-percent off online orders. An available lunch special is sometimes offered for customers to enjoy.
 
For more information about the hot pot special or any of Yilin Japanese & Chinese Cuisine’s offerings, call 708-488-9100, view the Forest Park restaurant on the Web at http://yilinsushi.com or visit 7600 W. Madison St. in Forest Park.
 
About Yilin Japanese & Chinese Cuisine
 
Located on the corner of Madison Street and Des Plaines Avenue, Yilin Japanese & Chinese Cuisine opened on May 3, and is serving authentic Chinese Szechuan and Japanese cuisine. The management team provides a vast menu and focuses on serving the surrounding communities of Forest Park, Oak Park and River Forest. Private party rooms can accommodate up to 30 people and are available for all catering and party needs.

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