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Bite Cafe's Duck Confit Spring Rolls

As part of Eater's first ever Chinese Food Week, chefs at four Chicago restaurants that don't serve Chinese food agreed to make a special limited-edition dish, served just this week. Every day we'll highlight a new dish, including today's duck confit spring rolls at Bite Cafe.


All this week at dinner, Bite Cafe chef Brendan Neville will be serving duck confit spring rolls with spicy plum ginger sauce at dinner only for $11 (you get six rolls accompanied by a bed of sliced radish and cabbage. Neville said he was excited to take part in Chinese Food Week and was thinking of a few things, but landed on the spring rolls. "I've done this spring roll before and was excited to do it again," he said. "Everyone likes it and that's why I wanted to bring it. It's like putting my best foot forward."

Be sure to check out the other non-Chinese food restaurants participating in Chinese Food Week: City Provisions Deli, GT Fish & Oyster and Franks 'n Dawgs, which we'll profile tomorrow.

Bite Cafe

1039 N. Western Ave., Chicago, IL