Fodor's Expert Review Les Nomades
Intimate and elegant doesn't make headlines, but Les Nomades holds a torch for tender refinements. Wood-burning fireplaces and original art warm the dining rooms of this Streeterville brownstone, and the carefully composed menu of French food includes the usual suspects, such as duck consommé, but also more contemporary fare, such as Arctic char with maitake mushrooms and forbidden rice, and earthy indulgences like veal sweetbreads with roasted venison loin. You can compose your own prix-fixe dinner from the menu; four courses cost $115; five courses cost $130.
222 E. Ontario St.
Chicago, Illinois 60611, USA