The Low Down
Know Before You Go: Casual business types and tourist groups fill the place at lunch (not served during winter months); things get cozier at night.
The Extras: Cyrano's also has a riverwalk cafe (May through September) between Columbus and Michigan, on the south side of the river.
Know Before You Go: Casual business types and tourist groups fill the place at lunch; things get cozier at night.
Parking: Valet is available after 5:30pm for $10.
Save Money: Cyrano's Le Grand Lunch Express offers a four-course meal on an oversized platter for just $13.95. Five prix-fixe dinners range from three courses for $28 to seven courses for $51.
When to Go: Friday and Saturday evenings feature cabaret entertainment starting at 7:30pm.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Cyrano's rode in on the wave of bistros-brasseries that swept ashore in Chicago in the mid-1990s, and it's still doing fine. Owner-chef Didier Durand understands the bistro genre quite well, having toiled in many over the years. Scoreâ¦
By Ken S at Insider Pages
This is by far my favorite French restaurant in all of Chicago. It has the most authentic Parisian feel. The owner/chef Didier is a master in the... Read More
By jinkwell at Menuism
I miss Paris. So much so that I would snuggle in my couch and watch movies filmed in the beautiful city,... Read More
By tulips500 at Menuism
we couldn't find the name 'cyrano's' outside this restaurant, but as it was the only place w/anything... Read More
Enjoyable French experience
By justin at Menuism
After seeing the colorful and musical restaurant website, I just had to see what this restaurant was going... Read More