Named after his Teta (Lebanese Arabic for “grandma”) and inspired by the love that she put into her cooking, Mitchell AbouJarma founded Evette’s to share her delicious recipes with hungry Chicagoans. Serving dishes that channel bold Lebanese flavors, Evette’s specializes in spit-roasted shawarma, golden fries and fresh salads that use as many local ingredients as possible. After a few bites, you may feel the warmth that comes from eating a meal made with care.
Lebanese pita filled with lettuce, tomato, picked onion, dill pickles, fries, cucumber and yogurt. With Evette's of tahini sauce.
Date and golden raisin couscous, Pretty Salad, fries and protein of choice.
Romain lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes, onion, pomegranate seeds, carrots, feta, lemon sumac dressing.
Garlic feta fries
Scoop fries topped with Evette's garlic sauce, za'atar mayo, feta and parsley.