Chicago german Restaurant Reviews
Welcome to our Chicago german restaurant reviews guide where you'll find top restaurants off the beaten path, both locally owned and chain. In fact, some of the best restaurants in the Chicago just might be the little mom and pop operations flying under the radar. For some of the best picks in Chicago, you've come to the right place.
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“For a resturant in the Loop, it has the best value fo the food.” (07/07/2001)
“Beer garden is great and they have a good selection of beers but I think that the food at Lascet's Inn (across the street and one block west) is far better and the prices are more reasonable. Dont ever expect a free drink from Resi's owners either, even after dropping a few hundred dollars there. ... ” (08/19/2007)
“I love good German food and have eaten at Glunz a few times in the last 3 years. Mostly I've been satisfied at the place. This last time, however, I was quite disappointed. There were tiny flies in my salad (no kidding), and the service was definitely not up to par. We had to ask the waitress to... ” (07/28/2000)
“Wine very good, bread basket outstanding, food overcooked and generally tasteless. Ripchen was dried out to the point of being tasteless. Fried potatoes were fried beyond eating they were so dry. As far as I was concerned it was a bad experience which I shall not repeat.” (07/07/2001)
“There are better places to go in Chicago for German food but you cant beat the Brauhaus for fun, cheesey, hoaky atmosphere and overall fun. The band is light and fun and I have always had a great time. The food is only average but the kitchen is spotless.” (02/22/2004)
“I have been going to Lutz since I was a kid. I had my wedding cake from here and continue to pick up cakes and pastries whenever I can. This is truly a Chicago treasure.”