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French Restaurant$$$
Today 11AM–10PM
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840 N Wabash Ave Chicago, IL 60611
840 North Wabash AvenueUSIllinoisChicago60611
$$$French Restaurant, BarToday 11AM–10PM
Tuesday 11AM–10PMWednesday 11AM–10PMThursday 11AM–10PMFriday 11AM–11PMSaturday 10AM–11PMSunday 10AM–10PMMonday 11AM–10PM
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Creative, modern French dishes (including small, medium & large plates) in a stylish dining room.- Google
"Seared tuna was a tiny bit overcooked for our taste, but still great."
"Bottomless mimosa brunch."
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Vinod Kalathil
2 weeks ago
Great food but totally not worth the wait. I would have given 2 stars, but I am cutting them some slack because it was restaurant week. We had a reservation at 7:30, got seated at 8, got our wine at 8:30, appetizers at 9, entrées at 9:45. At least after that they sped up with the dessert and the check probably because they saw that I was almost asleep in my chair. The appetizers and desserts were delicious. However, the bouillabaisse entrée was way too sweet. Go there if you are ok with spending over 3 hours on a 3 course meal.
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Hollina U
10 months ago
I had been searching for a go-to French restaurant in Chicago for a while—after dining here for lunch during Restaurant Week, I concluded that I found that restaurant. For our starter, we had the celeriac soup, which was a delicious, rich soup made with celery root. I had the duck for my main, and the profiteroles for my dessert. What I liked about Bistronomic was that their dishes were French dishes served with a modern twist. Service was good (slightly slow near the end when we were waiting for our dessert), and the waiter was cute with his French accent. Slightly annoyed that the final charge applied to my credit card was off by a few dollars, but I’m going to give the waiter the benefit of the doubt that it was an honest mistake (only because he was cute).
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Jérôme Saint-Omer
11 months ago
Excellent french food which is well prepared, tasty. You can almost fell France if you have a bit of imagination. Nice and warm atmosphere, service is efficient and friendly.
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Lauren B
a year ago
Bottomless mimosa brunch... Yes, I'm a fan! Made a reservation on Saturday morning at 10:30am but probably didn't need it. The place didn't get crowded until about 11 and then by the time we left at noon there was a wait. The weather was also so nice out that we sat on the patio, which is first come first serve. Also, warning, the patio is small, probably seats 6 on one end, 6 on the other, and maybe 8 on high boys. However, the staff is VERY accommodating and figured out a way to get a large party out there without disrupting the foot traffic. One thing that really impressed me here is the service. Everyone was coming by to refill water and mimosas and clear plates and were genuinely very nice. We were also on the struggle bus, so our waiter was so patient with us! Food wise, this is brunch fare kicked up a notch. I had the club which was great, with super yummy bacon, and their fries are to die for. Others in the group were very happy with the pancakes and bacon and Benedict!
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Hugh Fox
10 months ago
We had dinner here last Thursday night. The staff was very professional. The owner chef was engaging and the French food was very authentic. Truly one of the best meals we have ever had.
Jack Netter
7 months ago
Great meal! Well prepared with fresh ingredients. Seared tuna was a tiny bit overcooked for our taste, but still great. Baked Alaska dessert felt like a little bit of an afterthought. Friendly service and great atmosphere.
Thomas McClure
a month ago
Eggs Benedict were delicious. But the bottomless mimosas were not actually bottomless.
Ed DeYoung
2 years ago
Nougier still rocks. Have followed him from 160 Blue to Cafe des Architects to now his own place. Solid French country cooking. Most responsive service. Came with friend recovering from cancer and limited in what she could eat. Made food from scratch for her.