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Le LanTables are set with candles, orchids and bamboo-patterned flatware; the ambience is relaxed and conversational, the crowd stylish and professional. Knowledgeable servers field menu queries with ease and thoroughness. The revamped menu offers a taste of a variety of Asian cuisines, from Executive Chef Bill Kim's (Charlie Trotter's, Trio) outstanding Korean-style sizzling short ribs to the deliciously chilled soy, balsamic reduction and basil oil-flavored Japanese soba noodles in the seafood salad. Passion fruit orange vinaigrette adds complexity to rich Asian squash dumplings served with smoked bacon and toasted garlic. The moist grouper filet, cooked in a banana leaf, is topped with a surprisingly mild but flavorful red Thai curry paste and a sprinkle of togarashi spice.
RivaAlongside business types in town for conventions and tourists taking in the sights are born-and-bred Chicagoans celebrating anniversaries, birthdays and third dates. The dining room offers an excellent lake and skyline view, day and night. Good choices from the extensive seafood menu include light, flaky Dover sole and fresh black grouper. For dessert, try some handmade mango ice cream or sinful creme brulee.
Ruth's Chris Steak HouseFamous for steaks cooked to perfection, at 1800 degrees and topped with fresh butter so they sizzle all the way to your table. With market fresh seafood and more, you have a difficult decision on your hands. With a variety of choices for appetizer to start your dining experience. You can also take your pick of the freshest salads and sides to complement your meal. Tempt your taste buds with the finest vintage wines, by the bottle or by the glass. Just when you think it can't get any better, end the perfect meal with some sweet treats.