By Chuck Sudo in Food on Oct 17, 2007 11:20PM
It's Wednesday, which means around this time we wait with bated breath for Chicago Magazine's Dish e-newsletter to find our inbox. And, in what's shaping up to be a week of notable restaurant closures, we can add Chinatown's Mulan to the list. It comes to us as a shock, but not a surprise. Kee Chan (Heat Sushi) hasn't been involved in the day-to-day operations here for months.
Mulan was known for its Asian-influenced take on surf and turf — we were huge fans of their teriyaki beef maki roll — and its availability for late-night dining, options which are few and far-between on the south side.
Image via Mulan website.