Chicago >Amelia's Bar And Grill
“The food is a terrific blend of Mexican, French, even Asian influences.”
Astonishly Delicious Food in an Out-of-The-Way Location.
This is a real winner. A creative cook, who does not limit himself to a particular genre. A seafood crepe, for example, that defies labeling but is succulent. Similarly true for sea food soup. But not limited to fish. A stuffed Chile Rellono is not like anything you have tasted before. But delicious.
Service is earnest, warm and helpful. And there is easy street parking. I have brought sophisticated world travelers there for dinner, and they loved it.
You'l lovel the size of the check too.
Amazing BYOB off the beating path!. I've eaten here four times since it opened early this summer. The food is a terrific blend of Mexican, French, even Asian influences. It is an upscale restaurant in an out of the way place. Free parking on the street, (no meters yet) and BYOB are a plus. You won't be disappointed. Since rave reviews by Channel 7's Hungry hound and Pat Bruno in the Sun Times they have been a little busy on the weekends but the quality has remained.
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