Masada

Restaurants

Logan Square

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  • Photograph: Jason Little

    Masada opened in Logan Square in June.

  • Photograph: Jason Little

    Masada opened in Logan Square in June.

  • Photograph: Jason Little

    Masada opened in Logan Square in June.

  • Photograph: Jason Little

    Masada opened in Logan Square in June.

  • Photograph: Jason Little

    Masada opened in Logan Square in June.

  • Photograph: Jason Little

    Masada opened in Logan Square in June.

  • Photograph: Jason Little

    Masada opened in Logan Square in June.

  • Photograph: Jason Little

    Masada opened in Logan Square in June.

  • Photograph: Jason Little

    Masada opened in Logan Square in June.

  • Photograph: Jason Little

    Masada opened in Logan Square in June.

  • Photograph: Jason Little

    Masada opened in Logan Square in June.

  • Photograph: Jason Little

    Masada opened in Logan Square in June.

  • Photograph: Jason Little

    Masada opened in Logan Square in June.

  • Photograph: Jason Little

    Masada opened in Logan Square in June.

  • Photograph: Jason Little

    Masada opened in Logan Square in June.

  • Photograph: Jason Little

    Masada opened in Logan Square in June.

Photograph: Jason Little

Masada opened in Logan Square in June.

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  • Address:

    Masada 2206 N California Ave
    Logan Square
    Chicago

  • Venue phone:

    773-697-8397

  • Venue website:

    masadachicago.com

  • Transport:

    El: Blue to California. Bus: 52, 56.

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    1. Masada
      • 2206 N California Ave
        Logan Square
        Chicago
      • 773-697-8397
      • masadachicago.com
      • 41.921988,-87.697664

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Jay B

We tried several dishes on the menu ranging from classic to unusual. Hummus was average at best. Fool was good but a tad runny. Lamb heart and kidney was under-seasoned as was the kefta. The other dishes were just ok. For two, with a drink each, three aps and two entrees the tab was over $100 which would be fine if the food reflected the price. There are several middle eastern restaurants and falafel stands in the city that you can get better food. Baba Pita, Shawarma Gardens comes to mind.

James C

A very fair description. Awesome space; uninspired menu poorly executed in many cases with few exceptions.