Han 202 - Chicago
Han 202 is named after the Han Dynasty, which was the second largest dynasty spanning for over four centuries. Originally beginning in 202 BC and finally being established in 206 BC to 220 AD. The Han period is considered the golden age and to this day China’s major ethnic group, which still refers to itself as the “Han People” and the script as the “Han Characters”. Founded by Liu Bang a rebel leader who is also known as Emperor Gaozu of Han. We use the symbol of the horse as our logo due to horses being deemed powerful and spiritually modest during the Han Dynasty. The second most prized creature after the dragon, the people believed it had magical powers and called them Heavenly Creatures.
WHAT WE DO
Here at Han 202 we strive to provide the best quality food for a prix-fixe price. The menu we offer is simple and easy to understand, with the option of our new Remedy Menu this gives customer a variety of new options to choose from. Open since 2009 Han 202 is not your average “Asian” cuisine. We blend traditional flavors with excellent plating that compliment each dish. With our open kitchen concept you can see the Chef hard at work preparing your meal. You can always see our pastry chef making our desserts. Many of our dishes are homemade! Whether it be our dumplings, the sauces used in the dishes, the entrees and even our desserts you will not be disappointed. Our goal here at Han 202 is to provide our customers with a memorable dining experience they soon won’t forget. With ratings from Zagat and Michelin Bib Gourmand it’s clear to see why we are called the “hidden gem” of Bridgeport . So stop in and we’ll be true to our name.