Tesori – Chicago

Tonight’s dinner was booked at Tesori, an Italian-inspired fine dining restaurant serving classy food (by chef Andrew Deuel) from carefully sourced ingredients. And I was pleased we were on a set menu, making it easier to choose.


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Insalata starter


For starters I had beet insalata, a beautifully composed salad of beets, baby spinach, white balsamic, asparagus, gorgonzola, and crushed marcona almonds (currently $13 on the a la carte menu), accompanied by a Californian craft beer: a Lagunitas IPA. Joy.


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Chicken cacciatore


The chicken cacciatore main course dish turned out to be succulent chicken with crispy roast skin, in a rich, heavy ‘hunter’s sauce’ gravy with mushrooms, capers and olives (currently $19 on the a la carte menu).

Another great recommendation in the Chicago dining scene that should be shared and passed on. And on.


Restaurant info:
~ Lardbutty rating: 3.5 / 5
~ Type: International, gourmet, Italian-inspired
~ Address: 65 East Adams Street, Chicago, IL60603
~ Website + menus: Tesori website
~ Photos on flickr: images of Tesori food
~ facebook page: Tesori on fb
~ Location: Tesori map


RELATED LINKS
More Chicago dining:
~ Gage Tavern
~ Gilt Bar
~ Howells & Hood
~ Spanglish Mexican Kitchen


Tesori on Urbanspoon

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