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You will find this bubble tea bar hidden underneath Ogilvie Union Station in Chicago's French Market. The market has over 20 vendors, each different and unique from the last, and B.I. Tea & Dim Sum is one of them.
Before serving all over the world, B.I Tea & Dim Sum originated back in southern China. Dim Sum is a small bite size Cantonese dumpling that is placed on a steamer basket and is connected to the traditional term "yum cha" meaning drinking tea. Because of this, the café sells both bubble tea and the dumplings. Their menu also has Shao Mai and Char Siu Bao. It's recommended, though, to eat the dumplings with your bubba tea or plain tea. You'll have to plan your visit ahead of time since Chicago French Market gets busy during lunch. Luckily B.I Tea & Dim Sum providex delivery and takeout.
The food is also reasonable, under $10. They are a small business, but that doesn't stop them from having quality food and fast, excellent customer service.