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Free Chinese almond cookies at TL's Four Seasons in April

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While many people are familiar with the classic Chinese fortune cookie, it’s usually the message within that gets all the glory rather than the actual cookie. Conversely, the Chinese almond cookie is able to stand on its own and is often thought of as the sweet little surprise at the end of a great meal. This is especially true for the Chinese almond cookies made by Chicago’s Chinatown bakery, Chiu Quon Bakery.

To taste for yourself how Chiu Quon Bakery’s Chinese almond cookies stand up against the rest, there will be a complimentary taste at TL’s Four Seasons Chinese & Japanese Restaurant.

TL’s Four Seasons Chinese & Japanese Restaurant
110 West Bartlett Avenue
Bartlett, IL 60103

This event will be held on April 9, 2014 at 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. and will be featured as the complimentary cookies served for lunch, dinner or carryout with any purchase. The event is set to commemorate Chinese Almond Cookie Day and offers a great excuse to dine out with Asian cuisine in April.



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