Chicago is the diverse dining capital of the U.S., so many ethnicities, so many inexpensive & delicious restaurants….
Spanish dining is too much fun. At Cafe Iberico, the tapas is cost-efficient, delicious, and always fresh. Tapas is defined as: are a wide variety of appetizers, or dishes, in Spanish cuisine. They may be cold (such as mixed olives and cheese) or warm (such as chopitos, which are battered, fried mushrooms, steak, tilapia, or squid). In select bars in Spain, as well as some parts of North America and the United Kingdom, tapas have evolved into an entire, and sometimes sophisticated, cuisine. Also, the sangria (sweet Spanish wine) is a delectable drink, sold by the pitcher or glass. Average $ per person: $15.
Check out one of these unparalleled places to eat for a memorable sit-down dining experience in a delightfully unique setting…
Let’s get ethnic. It’s no wonder Hema’s Kitchen is so high-ranked when it comes to authentic Indian cuisine. Whether its savory sheek kabobs (minced lamb marinated on skewers) or delicious shrimp lajawab (marinated shrimp cooked in the Tandoor & served on a sizzler) you won’t regret going to this tasty place. 2411 N Clark St.