Originally the first Indian restaurant on Devon, Standard India Restaurant, now on Belmont, serves traditional Indian dishes in keeping with a long family tradition of authentic New Delhi recipes. The only Chicago Indian restaurant to serve thali, the table settings are entirely stainless steel and the food is flavorful, plentiful, and fresh. The service if helpful and friendly. A great value. A BYOB restaurant; you may consider bringing your own glassware.
Wakamono offers a traditional Japanese menu that emphasizes a high standard for the art and flavor of the cuisine. Sushi rolls, sashimi, tempora, and ramen dishes are prepared with fresh ingredients and with generous portions. The ambiance is contemporary and relaxing.
If you’re looking for a standard two scoop ice cream cone, you’ve come to the wrong place. Ice-Cubed is a one-of-a-kind find! While specializing in frozen treats, these mixologists have taken the food truck scene by storm with their non-traditional frozen delicacies. Owner Erica Stone-Miller has a personality as big as her truck and is constantly creating new and innovative flavor combinations.
This low-key Chinatown eatery, a sibling to Argyle Street's Cafe Hoang, features Vietnamese and Thai fare. The menu, which mirrors the Uptown location, covers plenty of ground, offering appetizers and soups, noodle and rice dishes and entrees from both countries. You'll find standards such as egg rolls, tom yum soup, pho, pad Thai and chicken fried rice. But there are more adventurous options too; including spicy catfish simmered in a clay pot, soft shell crab with tamarind sauce and crispy-fried whole red snapper with sweet and sour fish sauce. Not familiar with Southeast Asian staples? Food photos (with corresponding menu numbers) are mounted on the storefront's windows, in the entryway and on the walls inside to help you make a decision. Cafe Hoang is BYOB.
Traditional southern Indian cuisine, located on Chicago's Indian neighborhood.
If you take an old Chevy ice cream truck and convert it into an Indian restaurant-on-the-go, you’ll get the Curried Mobile. Indian food is fresh, healthy, spicy, and now on wheels
A bright and comfortable restaurant with unique Indian flavors. A surprising fusion of American Contemporary cuisine with Indian influences at a reasonable price. B.Y.O.B.
This tiny trattoria serves northern Italian cuisine provides a nice stop off for those near the Indiana dunes.
Mild Northern Indian food prepared in a modern way. A hip, casual environment with a modern approach to traditional Indian food and décor. An excellent first experience with this cuisine, featuring a fresh and approachable menu.
The melding of contemporary Indian and Latin American cuisines with a selection of untamed regional Indian fare "Heat" - tapas, signature entrees, hedonistic desserts, boutique latin & global wines, "herb & spice" cocktails.
Mediterranean fare is served at this family run restaurant. A fusion of Greek, Italian, even Indian flavors will delight your palette.
A family operated veggie oasis in the guise of a glitzy suburban restaurant. There is an eclectic menu that covers foods from around the globe, but emphasis lies on India.
This location just opened in September with seating for over 100 people and now, two tandoori ovens. The taste is delicious and the authentic Indian food is at it's finest.
Marigold has a hip, festive atmosphere in Uptown. The upscale Indian fare provides a unique and spicy dinner experience. The desserts are amazing as well.
Nepalese cuisine blends the tastes of Nepal’s neighbors, Tibet, Pakistan, India, and Bhutan. Chicago Curry House brings a fresh flavor to the South Loop.
Cumin offers a menu of authentic Napalese and Indian cuisine in a sleek modern atmosphere. Enjoy exotic dishes such as samosas, tandoori, curries and stews. Fantastic service and a delightful cocktail menu.
Paprika offers freshly prepared, traditional, cooked to order Indian dishes. There is wide variety of fresh and flavorful meat and vegetarian options. This BYOB establishment has a friendly and comfortable environment.
Nepali influenced Asian/Indian fusion style of food is offered at the Himalayan. A helpful staff will help you with the vast menu. The menu offers an incredible amount of vegetarian dishes and the heat factor labels make it easy to order to your spice tolerance.
Jibek Jolu offers a rare Kyrgyzstani menu to Chicago. It is a Central Asian mix of cuisines from Russia, Turkey, China, India, Afghanistan, and more. This family run restaurant offers a variety of flavorful meat dishes, savory pies, home made noodles, as well as dumplings. A cultural cuisine adventure.
Trinidadian food is unique in that it contains influences from several different countries, and therefore can't just be categorized as "Caribbean" or "Jamaican" cuisine. Owner Darrel Hicks describes his food by saying, "If you're looking for that cross between Indian and African and a creole base - you're gonna get a great tasting food".
Uru Swati offers a menu of flavorful, vegetarian Indian dishes in one of the most culturally diverse neighborhoods in Chicago. You will find traditional samosas, dosa, masala, and paneer, as well as house-made naan and garlic breads. Very reasonably priced. Catch a little Bollywood on TV while you’re there too! A BYOB restaurant.