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Lunch in the Loop: Rock the Naanwiches at Naansense

Lunch in the Loop Dennis Lee 9 comments

If you're in the neighborhood, you should definitely swing by Naansense to catch one of the chicken or lamb naanwiches. They might make a naanbeliever out of you. See what I did there? No, I'm not proud of myself. More

Fill Up on Vegetarian Indian Food at Annapurna in Rogers Park

Mike Gebert 11 comments

If there's anywhere in this town I'll gladly give up meat, it's the 2500 to 2600 blocks of west Devon. That strip is home to two vegetarian restaurants where I'll eat happily and without the least sense of deprivation. More

TGI Fry-Day: Gobi Manchurian at Rangoli

TGI Fry-Day Nick Kindelsperger 1 comment

I know it's kind of hard to believe, but the little hunks of fried goodness pictured above are vegetables—not chicken, pork, or any other kind of meat. Not that you'll care much. Though it is completely vegetarian, this is still one greedy appetizer. More

Wild Side: Cow Trotters and Lamb Brains at Shan Restaurant

Dennis Lee 1 comment

If you're up for it and want to try something more along the wild side of things, go hang out at Shan Restaurant and give brains and feet a crack. Don't worry. You won't become a lamb zombie. More

Charcoal-Grilled Ecstasy at Khan B.B.Q.

Mike Gebert 11 comments

There are people who, when you ask them about something, say "Oh, that's one of my favorite things to eat in Chicago," and if you tallied up everything they said that of, it would amount to a small town phone book's worth of dishes. So let me be clear about the chicken boti at Khan B.B.Q.: it's one of my favorite things to eat in Chicago, as in three. More

Lunch in the Loop: Devour the Indian Buffet at Chicago Curry House

Lunch in the Loop Dennis Lee 3 comments

Unless you work in Printer's Row, Chicago Curry House might be a bit of a haul for you office workers, but if you're playing lunch hooky (you know who you are, you troublemakers), it's worth the long walk or short cab ride. There's really only one thing you'll need to get—a plate at the buffet ($10.95). I know there's some serious buffet haters out there, but you hold your wiggly tongues! More

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