Kabobi Grill is a mix of Persian and Mediterranean cuisine. They are focused on their massive platters of grilled kebob and rice, but there is also an array of vegetarian selections available on the menu.
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.
Strings offers authentically prepared ramen dishes that will delight. The noodles are handmade and steeped in a traditional broth for 48 hours resulting in bold flavors. The restaurant is casual and comfortable; a great place for a quick meal almost any time of the day. A BYOB restaurant.
If you ventured outdoors at all last weekend here in Chicago, you know that summer is most definitely upon us. From a culinary perspective, that means you will find a colorful cornucopia of fresh seasonal fruits at the grocery or your local farmers market.
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