The grand daddy of molecular cooking technique. I think Moto was first to popularize the cooking techniques that include edible soy ink, blow torch and laser. What an experience dining here. There are 2 options for the set menu and of course the one that includes a tour to the scientific lab that is their kitchen has to be chosen!Popular withLuxuryDesignFoodies
Arun's is listed in the 100 Places to See Before You Die book and I had to check it out. No doubt, the food is good. However, it is also very pricey and not particularly special if you are used to eating Thai food in Asia. Worth a visit if you've never had the real thing. Definitely off the beaten ...Popular withFoodiesLuxuryAdventure
This is my go-to brunch place in the Edgewater neighborhood. Chicago is a city FULL of great brunch spots, but I like this one because it's nestled right off of the Granville Redline stop, so it's super easy to get to if you're staying downtown. The food is really eclectic and they mix flavors like the pros do. With both ...