Nice cozy spot for date night, great steak, lovely wine list. And a cookie skillet for dessert, oh my!
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Sitting outside on the only slightly busy street north of Lake Avenue in Oak Park we had such a lovely dining experience we chose to go back a week later. Everything on the menu is enticing. My husband liked his original order of gouda stuffed...More
We had dinner on a Wednesday night, which is "date night" at the Little Gem Cafe. It is truly a little gem. We had a wonderful salmon dinner with wine for $75 for two.
Such a lovely place. Pleasant, discreet, elegant yet friendly. Loved their brunch menu on a Saturday and their cappuccinos are the real ones, as from Italy. Well done guys
Very clean and accommodating. Friendly staff. My seafood risotto was Devine. The creme brûlée is also delicious.
Little Gem is a reliable and delightful restaurant. The staff are always friendly, professional and attentive. The food has been outstanding every time we have visited, but the place is unpretentious and comfortable. They have something on the menu for most diets and palates and...More
I'm not sure how this place is rated so high. We stopped in for lunch on a Saturday afternoon and the service was really slow because there was only one server for the whole restaurant. The menu was boring and so was the food. There...More
The menu is not extensive, but I think that is good. The entrees were well prepared and presented. I had the roast chicken, which was delightful. I am a Kentucky Bourbon fan, and the list of available options was very impressive. My family members has...More
Took my son out for his birthday. Not always an easy family meal as he likes steak and we are not meat eaters. There was a great variety to choose from. The food was fresh and delicious. Wine list was good. There was a fully...More
Came here looking for a nice tranquil dinner. A music combo that for some reason was amplified in the relatively small room of brick and wood changed that plan. With the clarinet and guitar going, people in the dining room were carrying on conversation at...More