The Low Down
Save Money: Available weekdays 5pm to 10pm, the dim sum lounge menu features Asian-inspired nibbles like curried duck turnovers and spicy tuna maki roll; choose four for $10.
Know Before You Go: Following the Atkins diet? The kitchen can easily accomodate dietary restrictions and allergies.
What to Drink: The wine list offers 600 types of wine, ranging from $32 to $1,000 by the bottle, with about a dozen by the glass at $8-$18.
The Extras: Tasting menus include five courses for $85 (vegetarian $75), seven courses $105, and a spontaneous seven-course chef's table menu for $125. All are available with wine pairings.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Moving his pots and pans from Elmhurst to the city, chef-owner Michael Taus set out to make a fine-dining statement in Chicago and he succeeded with this minimalist restaurant. Options include a five-course or vegetarian menu, seven-courseâ¦
Michael Taus - The Most Arrogant Restaurant Owner I've Ever Met
By GRD3 at Citysearch
My wife & I live in River North & eat out literally every night. We've have been to well over 200 different Chicago restaurants over the last year... Read More
On its way out?
By tommeeboy at Citysearch
We had an unusual experience at this restaurant, which I haven't hesitated to share with many others as it was strange. Friday night and you'd exp... Read More
Creative palate pleasing food and wine combinations.
By galindosj at Citysearch
Chef Michael Taus is a reliable crowd pleaser when it comes to this beautiful venue for creative global cuisine. Wheather it is a perfectly seared... Read More
So not Saltaus
By ricksol at Citysearch
They should have stopped with Zealous. The best is the best. Great bar, drinks, food,etc.... The host was a little affected for his own good. Read More
By cece423 at Citysearch
We celebrated our anniversary at Zealous and enjoyed our meal tremendously. I'm a vegetarian (though not vegan) and my husband is not. We were ea... Read More