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Love this place, even though it is about an hours drive one way. The Beef/Lamb Shawerma is my favorite, but the chicken is always good. You can get it in a large pita or as a wrap. They bring warm pitas for you to snack...More
Came here on a whim for lunch so we had no expectations. It was fabulous. The service was prompt and pleasant. The menu was varied. We had the Lamb & Beef Shawerma which came with a Lebanese Salad, rice and vegetables and Tahini Sauce. All...More
I enjoyed the food in this restaurant, both salads and entree's were good. The Lamb sausage, roasted lamb and salmon seafood plate were delicious. They serve a full attractive plate- reasonably priced, limited parking and a happy upbeat place.
We had visited my cousin at the University of Chicago and asked him for his restaurant recommendations. The Nile was his answer, and boy, was it good. The food was served very quickly and was very tasty. I had the beef shish kabob (I probably...More
Egypt was the first foreign country I had the pleasure of visiting and one of my many fond memories of that trip is the food. The food prepared at The Nile restaurant is just as delicious, and has that authentic Middle Eastern flavor. I've been...More
We stopped by for a late lunch after a visit to the Oriental Museum. The food was fabulous and served quickly. We appreciate that they offer a wide range of "samplers," including vegetarian. We had one of those and another with various meats, both coming...More
The food was very good and reasonably priced. You get a lot for your dollar. I went with a group of four and tasted each entree. All were very good and my 12 year old son raved about the lamb and beef shawerma. We all...More
If you want to get a feel for quintessential South Side Chicago, you have to make a stop in Hyde Park, one of the city’s most popular neighborhoods. This historic area is home to two of the city’s most prominent cultural institutions, the Museum of Science and Industry and the University of Chicago. A stroll here will bring you past vintage and grand hotels converted into luxury apartment buildings; peaceful
gardens, parks and green spaces; and ivy-adorned museums and other cultural institutions that speak to the city’s diversity and architectural beauty.