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Si Fu Chinese Latin Kitchen Fusion Restaurant Shuttered in Roscoe Village

It opened in June 2014 on Roscoe.

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Si Fu Chinese Latin Kitchen, the somewhat confusing Asian-Latino fusion taco spot, is done in Roscoe Village. The restaurant asked patrons to stop in and say goodbye via Facebook on March 7.

A reconcepting may be in the works, however, as an LTH Forum poster reports that the papered windows include "scrawl promising a remodel & new concept opening soon." Eater has reached out to reps for more info.

Originally owned by Lee Trinh (Banh Mi Baget) and Marc Wuenschel (Hutch), Si Fu opened in June 2014 with a mission to "combine the two most popular cuisines in the country to create an affordable, fast-casual line-up." Trinh says he "sold it a long time ago" and Si Fu revamped the menu in January, picking up a little press for its margaritas.

Si Fu Chino Latino Kitchen

2116 W Roscoe St, Chicago, IL 60618 (773) 880-9144 Visit Website

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