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This was a nice option for lunch but it is incorrectly named. There is no French food here other than a wonderful pastry shop. I had an Aussie pie and my daughter had a lobster roll. We also got some pastries for the train ride...home.More
From dim sum and jianbing to empanadas to Cuban coffee, there was amble quality ethnic food to satisfy the entire family. We completely loved our diverse meals and felt the prices were extremely fair. Will definitely visit again.
So glad we took the walk from our hotel (Hyatt Place The Loop) our first night in Chicago. The toughest part of the visit to the French Market was deciding what of the many amazing food offerings to choose. We ended up getting a delicious...Indian meal, and before finding a table in the large seating area, we were able to secure 2 glasses of wine to go with! A fellow was playing guitar in the dining area, making the experience even better. We were too full to have dessert, but options for that, too, were abundant. From healthy and vegan options, to burgers, burritos and other ethnic options, you can't go wrong at Chicago's French Market!More
Great food and selection. Quick service and lots of choice. Two particularly good are the grilled cheese stall and also the Belgian fries. Both excellent. A little bit pricey for fast food but food is good quality.
Fun place to eat with a variety of international food. Stands from several countries. Several Asian, Italian, American, Middleastern, French, Belgian, salads, coffee, sweets, etc, etc. There are tables for patrons to sit and enjoy a bite. There is also fresh produce area and a...few stands with jewelry, scarves, purses, coats and more. Definitely a fun place to visit. Paying street parking available.More
this was one of the first places we visited on my trip to chicago and we had a good wander round with a few different stalls selling food and drink from different countries, think one was jamaican.
whereas me and my friend had an empanada..., think it was chicken and was like small pasty, they did a variety of these for $3.75? or two and a drink for $8.
We followed this up with going to a stall and having sweet crepes , there were a few with nutella on, or strawberries where I had lemon curd, cream and blueberries on fro around $7, not cheap, was niceMore
We stop in here when we have layovers at Union Station. There is a huge selection of all kinds of different cuisines. It's great for lunch/dinner. I have never had breakfast there, but I have heard certain vendors are open for it. You can also...grab a drink or purchase items to take with you. It does get a little crowded, but I have found it to be worth the wait!More
This afternoon I used the Ogilvie Transportation Center men's room adjacent to the French Market. All four soap dispensers were empty. I watched another customer try three dispensers and told him "this one's empty too." In addition, the water faucets do not work properly and...some only produce a trickle of water. French Market employees use this restroom and many do not wash their hands again before handling food or utensils. This is how disease spreads. The restroom was reminiscent of one in a dirty bus station of a small town.
I spoke to Leslie Cahill, the French Market General Manager. Ms. Cahill was very abrupt and offered no apology. She stated that she would report these conditions to the company responsible for managing the restrooms. French Market customers pay premium prices and should be able to wash their hands with soap and water before eating. A word to the wise!More
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The manager is Sebastien Bensidoun and his phone number is 312-923-0008. I think that a call to express your concern would be appropriate. I am sure he would appreciate that because anything bad about his employees behavior... More
The manager is Sebastien Bensidoun and his phone number is 312-923-0008. I think that a call to express your concern would be appropriate. I am sure he would appreciate that because anything bad about his employees behavior is going to hurt his business plus is not what an owner wants.