GEORGE TROIS REVIEW BY MAKE IT BETTER NOVEMBER 2015
Chicago has seen a slew of excellent modern Asian (Fat Rice, Parachute, Momotaro), Italian (Osteria Langhe, Formento’s, Ceres’ Table) and even Spanish restaurants (Salero, Bom Bolla, mfk) opening over the past couple of years. But aside from The Blanchard, there haven’t been many notable French newcomers. Now there is George Trois.
This most ambitious endeavor by Chef Michael Lachowicz bills itself as country French fare, but with an intimacy and refinement beyond a simple bistro, challenging the likes of Everest and Les Nomades. The 20-seat restaurant is nestled into the former private dining room of Restaurant Michael, and only open Thursday through Sunday….