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TGI Fri-Day: Crispy Onchoy Salad at Andy's Thai Kitchen

TGI Fry-Day Jamie Feldmar 3 comments

As far as I'm concerned, a salad can only be improved by addition of meat, or, better yet, something fried--anything, really, to remove the notion that I'm eating something vaguely positive for my arteries. So the Crispy Onchoy Salad ($12) at Andy's Thai Kitchen in Lakeview is basically my dream dish. More

Serious Eats Neighborhood Guides: Bobby Schaffer's West Lakeview

Neighborhood Guides Amber Gibson Post a comment

Bobby Schaffer, the pastry chef at Grace, has lived in West Lakeview for around four years now. "I like that it's quiet and family-oriented," he says. "There's not a ton of madness going on." More

9 Crab Dishes We Love In Chicago

Chicago Amy Cavanaugh 1 comment

When I moved to Chicago after growing up in New England, I wondered where I would get my seafood fix. Thanks to modern transportation, it's not difficult to dine on seafood not long out of the ocean, even in the middle of the country. But I still wondered how exactly the crabs got here More

A Whirlwind Eating Tour of Chicago: 9 Restaurants and 16 Dishes

Chicago Liz Bomze 5 comments

Chicago lived up to the food hype I'd heard so much about. There wasn't a dud bite over the 5-day stretch, from the stunning hibiscus-lemongrass agua fresca at XOCO, to the harissa and prune pork pate at Publican Quality Meats, to the dreamy pies I ate (for breakfast!) at Bang Bang Pie Shop and Hoosier Mama Pie Company. More

Knockout Noodles: Andy's Thai Kitchen

Knockout Noodles Roger Kamholz 5 comments

Chef Andy Aroonrasameruang left his old post at TAC Quick to launch his own spot, which opened last September, in part so he could cook the kind of (spicy, pungent, traditional) Thai food he wanted to without having anyone else to answer to. More

Spicy Dishes We Love in Chicago

Chicago The Serious Eats Chicago Team Post a comment

Have you ever noticed that the best spicy dishes are never labeled as such? They warn you of what's to come, but they never mention fire, suicide, or anything related to volcanology. That's just how they are supposed to taste. Here are the dishes that get our noses running in the best possible way. More

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