CDA restaurant Chicago 2024 amazing Mediterranean food

CDA restaurant

CDA restaurant Fantastic brunch option. Quaint and peaceful environment even on a Sunday. The pastries were great and the breakfast options were really good. We didn’t realize they were closing and stayed an hour past their normal hours. The staff never requested for us to leave and they were extremely professional

CDA restaurant

  • Rating of 5 stars: 4.1
  • pricing: $$$
  • CDA restaurant phone number: +13123244063

CDA restaurant

This place is an excellent find for CDA restaurant . It has won awards for being one of the most romantic dinner settings. I thought it had a very cool vibe! It is a bit pricey, but to be expected for location and quality of food. The grilled octopus appetizer is excellent as well This is a great restaurant with fantastic food.

Try the baby octopus for dinner. A wonderful combination of flavors. Breakfast is awesome wonderful. The breakfast bowl is a very satisfying dish. Service was a bit spotty and slow on the several occasions I was there but still friendly

Wow, what an phenomenal meal. Came by to try to the restaurant week menu with the three-course wine pairing The scallops were perfectly cooked and paired well with the horseradish sauce. The lentils were a bit bland, but added a good balance.

The duck breast was incredibly tender, and the pistachio bits and warm pear slices were a great addition.The sticky date pudding was not at all what I expected but so delectable. I was blown away with the first bite Although the prices seem a bit high outside of RW, I was thoroughly impressed and would definitely consider CDA for a special night out

The new restaurant CDA at Sofitel Chicago Magnificent Mile is amazing! I am so glad I was lucky enough to have tried lunch at this Mediterranean inspired eatery What a wonderful meal we had here! I loved the combination of Michelin-star level cuisine with friendly, fun service. Romi, the singing waiter provided theatrically French attentiveness without being stiff, and Chef David visited our table multiple times to make sure we enjoyed everything. Perhaps all this attention was due to our ordering the menu degustation, as none of the other diners seemed to be having it.

I can’t imagine why, as it is a real deal. David checked with us beforehand to make sure it was okay for him to serve different members of our party different dishes in each course, and we enthusiastically agreed, as it allowed us to sample twice as many dishes. And dishes galore there were, each artfully arranged, and accompanied by thoughtful wine pairings. I’ll let the photos speak for themselves, but suffice it to say that each was just as delicious as it looks. The pastry chef continued the trend with four spectacular desserts, some of which she concocted on the spot. We will be back soon, as the creativity here seems endless

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Found CDA tucked away in the Sofitel amongst the many restaurants off Rush. Very glad to see the rebranded/reconfigured CDA take shape. Liked the “French Bistro” small bites, shared plates portions. The charcuterie selections and cheese are to die for, Jamon Serrano took our lead as well as Bresoala and Sobrasada. We made our own platter and it came served with toast points, jams and honey glazed nuts. we added Manchego over the Camembert. it was way too hot for a spreadable cheese.

We decided to make shared plates our meals and can’t get enough of the Crispy Haloumi, you’ll fight over the crunchy bits. The Baby Octopus was sous vide and grilled to perfection… all this made a geeat meal for two. We can’t wait to come back and make it to table portions and dessert

The Crispy Haloumi was incredibly good. It is a friend cheese with sheep’s milk (I looked it up) and the flavor is mild, nutty, and well paired with the sweet sauce

basant Mamdouh

Basant Mamdouh is a dedicated content writer with a passion for exploring and reviewing restaurants and cafes in the United States of America. With a keen eye for detail and a love for culinary experiences, Basant thrives on capturing the essence of dining establishments and sharing her insights with a broader audience.

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