A low-key restaurant serving good Mediterranean / Lebanese meals at reasonable prices. It is a good addition to the rich variety of ethnic restaurants in Chicago.
I found this restaurant about 2 years ago on one of our trips to Chicago. I have praised this place and recommended it to several of our friends. We had planned a trip to Chicago with another family for July 9 thru the 11th in order to see the Taste of Chicago. I told the other family that we HAVE... More
Kan Zaman was recommended by the hotel concierge. We love ethnic food and were looking forward to the experience. We left with that ho hum feeling about the place. Service was okay.... not bad, not great....just ho hum. The waiter did his job, but added little spice to the experience. I started out with the soup which was wonderful and... More
Went there a few times, mainly for the food. One of the better global cuisine restaurants in Chicago downtown. The service, however, could use some extra dose of courtesy...being turned away from a restaurant is never a pleasant memory!
I met some friends for a quick dinner at Kan Zaman. One member of the team was vegetarian, so we decided dinner at Kan Zaman was in order. We arrived early in the evening, so the restaurant wasn't busy. The food arrived promptly and was absolutely delicious. We tried several appetizers and entrees and everything was great. It is a... More
Atmosphere is laid back. Real local feel. Food was excellent. Portions are large. Our party of 4 shared several appetizers and then each couple shared an entree. The patron really got into the belly dancing performance which made for a lively night.
OMG! What an awesome time. We went on Sunday night after a day of shopping on Michigan Ave. This place really rocks. Awesome Middle Eastern food. The coolest part was taking off our shoes and eating on the little cushion seats. We will be back next time when the Belly Dancers are there. You have to give this place a... More
It's my favorite restaurant in downtown and I end up taking everyone who visits Chicago there. The food is good -the kebabs are the best, the falafels are awesome. The entree usually comes with a lentil soup and rice. The ambiance is very nice. I like sitting in the booths -where you take off your shoes and sit back and... More
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