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This was reasonably priced and the food extremely tasty. I had a chicken dish with fries and loved it. I had a salad as a side and that was so-so, nothing special. We took our own wine, which is not a normal experience foe me!...More
Really good, freshly prepared Mediterranean/Middle Eastern food. Excellent value and friendly service. Lots of vegetarian options. You have to try a soup, so satisfying and tasty. It is near the University of Chicago. No alcohol sold but you can take yours.
I spend a fair amount of time in the area where this restaurant is located, but for whatever reason, it was never on my radar until now. Maybe it's because it's in a large, busy strip mall, positioned back from the street. But it is...More
Let me just say that I would prob stand on my head to eat at Cedars - we've eaten there many times and the food is all wonderful, never had a bad meal. The service is spotty tho. You may or may not get what...More
With all Honesty, this is the best Lebanese restaurant I have ever visited in the US. True, I have never visited Lebanon, but for the meantime, it is the best I have access to and tried.
I order take out or dine in at least...More
You won't find Jordanians eating Mensef with their bare hands here, but it is a lovely place to get your dip on. Kebabs are always tender and juicy, and surprisingly, the salmon kabobs are really good.
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.