One of my favorites with great Vietnamese French food. Ambience varies so case the joint to suit your taste.
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This restaurant came highly recommended by our hotel concierge & since it was only 2 blocks away, we made reservations for a Tuesday night. The restaurant is charming but the tables are very close together, making it a little cozy ( it's moving to a...More
The ambience really got me excited. It’s very well done. We were seated in the “outdoor”patio that was actually enclosed in glass to stave off the Chicago winds. But it felt authentic French colonial replete with shutters on top of the glass windows. The food...More
Came to Chicago from Connecticut to spend our anniversary with my wives family with a night downtown. My sister-in-law recommended Le Colonial maybe because I spent a year in Vietnam in 1968. She recommended a great place. The service was the best I have ever...More
You would think you were in French colonial Vietnam Nam The seating inside and upstairs is from that era The food is definitely modern Vietnamese with the best Mango Margaritas in the world
It took us a few minutes to get through the menu, but decided on the monkfish appetizer. Nothing like I’ve ever had, but a good app for two, as there was enough to share. The sea bass was tender and flavorful. Everyone in our party...More
Amazing food and elegant ambience. The crispy rolls for appetizers were tasty. It is a quiet place for having conversations.
Very good Vietnames food in a very chic interior with style of French Saigon . Plates good size for sharing -- really really good.
This place is a Gem for the incredible service and also the food The crispy spring rolls for appetizers was wonderful and so tasty but also the Sautéed jumbo shrimp, asparagus, onions & scallions, in a light sauce of sate spice, chili, & garlic and...More
We were a party of 10 for dinner on a Sunday evening. The ambience is very nice and elegant. We ate a lot of food and everything was delicious. I had the Pho as appetizer and Chilean sea bass as my entree, others had the...More