Vermilion is an intrepid and lauded melding of Indian and Latin American fare. We believe in bold flavors and unpretentious real food with finesse. Our cocktails are equally innovative with artisan botanic "herb & spice" and nonalcoholic drinks. We offer a boutique global & Latin wine list. Expect unique dishes like Tandoori Skirt Steak, Tamarind Chili Blackened Ribs, Lobster Portuguese (#1 dish USA Today), Crab Tellicherry. Takeout is offered, as are curated Experiences. We are lauded Best Restaurants by Travel & Leisure, Bon Appetit, Esquire, Town & Country, Wine Enthusiast, Chicago magazine. We relaunched with a stunning sensual new white interior, dramatic fire table, metal wall, Moorish corner, bar lights curtain, white gazebo dining patio. We are woman led and champion women. Founder of Let's Talk Womxn. Founder/Chair of the James Beard Foundation Women's Leadership Program for a decade.Safety precautions include distanced tables, dividers, masks, sanitation, weekly testing.
Former celebrity Chef of Sunda and James Beard foundation, Jess De Guzman and Restaurateur/Sommelier Of Koi and Michael Jordan team up to bring New Asian Cuisine and Fabulous wines to the vibrant Elmhurst community.With dishes like crispy rice, brussel sprout and kale salad, an array of focused sushi complimented with wonderful wines from around the world Mate Ne is here to bring to the community an experience that will be cherished.Open Tuesday through Saturday with an energetic dining room, full bar, sushi bar and outdoor seating. We have a place for anyone’s dining needs.
Sushi by Bou Hotel Lincoln is a timed Omakase experience located in the Hotel Lincoln (1816 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60614). This location is *NOT* the Hotel Suite 202 Experience. Parties of 1-4 will be reserved with our Signature $50/per person 30-minute Omakase. Parties of 5 or more will be reserved for the Bougie Package, a longer $100/per person 60-minute Omakase seating! The Bougie Package is REQUIRED for groups of 5 or more and includes 17-courses plus a handroll. Please text 312-818-1156 to book the Bougie Package.Sushi by Bou Hotel Lincoln's 24-hour Cancellation Policy: A 50% per person fee will apply to cancellations and no-shows for reservations made within 24 hours of reservation time. Due to this being a 30-minute times experience, Parties who arrive more than 10 minutes late can not be accommodated and will be subject to the no-show fee Text 312-818-1156 to cancel your reservation within 24 hours of the reserved time. No phone calls, please!
Serai – Malay for lemongrass – is a hardy plant that can grow in harsh environments, full of herbal properties, and ubiquitous in South East Asian cuisine.It's a unifying ingredient that connects all countries across the region, and adds that extra little kick to make a dish truly authentic. Also, it is the answer to your call for genuine South East Asian, Malaysian, cooking.Currently being cultivated in Logan Square, the delightful restaurant aims to bring to you the best of traditional regional food, with a focus on Malaysian fare – specialities like Char Koay Teow, Curry Laksa and Hainanese Chicken – at the hands of a passionate chef who lives to enhance his craft.
Although it's most famous for its electrifying use of chilies and lip-tingling ChengDu peppercorns, the heart of the local cooking style lies in the artful mixing of flavors.Chengdu cooks excel at combining hot, numbing, sweet, sour, savory, and nutty seasonings to create an astonishing variety of flavors.Locals like to say, "each dish has its own style; a hundred dishes have a hundred different flavors." “un-Americanized, small-place street food originated from Szechuan China, awarded as "best heritage restaurant" by Jean Bancheet”Our Story Begins in Chengdu "Nearly everything at Da Mao Jia is designed to set your tongue alight with chile heat. That shouldn't come as much of a surprise since the new Bridgeport restaurant specializes in street food from Chengdu, the capital of the Sichuan province of China and home to one of the most ferociously spicy cuisines on the planet." - Nick Kindelsperger, Chicago Tribune
Explore mouthwatering seafood dishes at Enso Sushi & Bar. This restaurant serves creative Japanese fusion cuisine in spacious surrounds that include a sleek bar. The extensive menu runs the gamut, featuring hot plate dishes, teriyaki, sashimi, ramen and maki sushi. Visit for lunch and indulge in some donburi, served with miso and your choice of salmon, escolar, tuna and albacore. The menu at Enso sushi & bar also features beef-, pork-, and chicken-based dishes for guests who prefer an alternative to seafood cuisine.With its friendly service and warm ambiance, Enso Sushi & Bar is an ideal pick for everything from a leisurely casual meal to a fun outing with a date. The drink menu comes with an extensive selection of liquor, wine, sake and Japanese beers. This restaurant is open Mondays through Sundays.