Eat This Now: Three Little Pigs at iNG

We love a lot more than sandwiches alone at Serious Eats, so in the spirit of A Sandwich a Day, here's Eat This Now, a quick look at what we're eating and want to talk about. —The Mgmt.

[Photograph: Nick Kindelsperger]

Immediately after a disappointing dinner at a new West Loop restaurant that shall remain nameless, I decided to head over to iNG to see if it could help restore my faith in food. To my surprise, the restaurant was in the middle of "The Wonder Years," its take on eating as a child. Once I explained my dire predicament, my waiter suggested I head straight for the Three Little Pigs, and that all would soon be right with the world.

He was right. These supple baozi are stuffed with a luscious mixture of braised pork and served in a smoked trotter broth with crunchy cracklings on the side. Even though this was my second dinner of the night, I could have eaten a dozen more of these things. But I would hurry if I were you; this menu is only going to run until June 31.

ING Restaurant

951 W Fulton Market, Chicago, IL 60607 (map)
855-834-6464
ingrestaurant.com

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