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Latest Chicago restaurant reviews

Which Chicago restaurant should you dine at tonight? Read through our most recent Chicago restaurant reviews.

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Photograph: Regan Baroni

Gaijin

4 out of 5 stars
Restaurants West Loop

Finally, a West Loop hotspot that doesn’t break the bank. Chef Paul Virant’s thoughtful take on okonomiyaki is complexly flavored and wholly satisfying.

Photograph: Diego Padilla

Tzuco

5 out of 5 stars
Restaurants River North

Carlos Gáytan’s ambitious comeback restaurant channels his roots in Huitzuco, Mexico, with bold, heartfelt and unfailingly delicious results.

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Photograph: Tom Rossiter

Papa Cenar

3 out of 5 stars
Restaurants Mediterranean Logan Square

This pan-Mediterranean tapas spot in Logan Square aims to please with an array of dishes from land and sea—and it mostly succeeds.

Photograph: Sandy Noto

Butterdough

4 out of 5 stars
Restaurants Bakeries Mckinley Park

Serving mouth-watering pastries and wholesome, scratch-made sandwiches, Butterdough is the neighborhood bakery that every community deserves.

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Photograph: Daniel Kwon

Perilla

4 out of 5 stars
Restaurants Korean River West/West Town

This modern Korean-American barbecue in River West bridges Korean home cooking and chef-driven Midwestern fare.

wherewithall, beverly kim, johnny clark, avondale, bar
wherewithall, beverly kim, johnny clark, avondale, bar
Photograph: Cory Dewald

Wherewithall

5 out of 5 stars
Restaurants American Avondale

Chefs Johnny Clark and Beverly Kim effortlessly tackle every chef’s dream and nightmare: a new four-course tasting menu every night.

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Café Cancale
Café Cancale
Photograph: Marcin Cymmer

Café Cancale

4 out of 5 stars
Restaurants Wicker Park

Paul Kahan’s love letter to the Breton village of Cancale is an elegant, shellfish-focused bistro with staying power.

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