It made me sad for the waitstaff. See all restaurants in Chicago.

We rank these hotels, restaurants, and attractions by balancing reviews from our members with how close they are to this location. Absolutely the most incredible food experience I've ever had and I've been to Europe 5 times so that's saying something. A West Loop resident long before Fulton Market became Chicago’s hottest hangout, Sepia’s reopening sees the Restaurant operating in a new era of social distancing and time limits while the current $65 prix fixe may just be the Windy City’s best Michelin-starred bargain. We heard nothing from the bar, but I also could not see it from our table, so have no idea how busy it might have become.

At the end of the meal they also give you the list of wines. Are the entrees meant to share or for each individual?

This September visit to Sepia, was a repeat, coming almost a year, after our first.

I can honestly say neither of us have tasted something so FISHY at a restaurant in our lives. Would it not make more sense to sit your guests so they can start with drinks? Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options, Vegetarian Friendly, Reservations, Private Dining, Seating, Valet Parking, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Street Parking, Wine and Beer, kayla584, Marketing at Sepia, responded to this review, joeyz584, Owner at Sepia, responded to this review, Fulton Market, Randolph Market, Jackson Boulevard and. We were not impressed with (and did not enjoy) this fall 2020 four course menu at all.

My crudite with avocado and tomato was a delightful start, while my wife truly enjoyed the foie gras.We both enjoyed the halibut and it's understated presentation with complex flavors. The cocktails were top notch as well.

The meal is pretty pricey but definitely worth every penny and a great experience if you are celebrating a special occasion. There were three choices for the 3rd course. We arrived for our reservation a few minutes early, and were promptly seated. The lighting is very nice, with a great combination of overall mood, but then enough to see the dishes coming from the kitchen.

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It was as good, as our first meal there. Housed within a historical 19th-century print shop, this urbane, stylish but unfussy dining room does a fine job mixing original details with modern to... One MICHELIN Star: High quality cooking, worth a stop! It made me sad for the waitstaff. Copyright © 2020 OpenTable, Inc. 1 Montgomery St Ste 700, San Francisco CA 94104 - All rights reserved. Both times we ordered the 5 course tasting and wine pairing.

We were five adults, who said they needed to be out at a certain time- zero common sense. Check the website. My score is based on the dining experience, not the service or the meal.

The first course of smoked sable was melt-in-your-mouth delicious.

However, our meal was not up to the wonderful food we have had there in the past. Each course was excellent and I highly recommend the duck entree.

It also gave me a glimpse of just how badly COVID is impacting the restaurant industry. Sepia. It would have been better if they sat us asked us that we wanted for the entire evening and didn't come back until the bill came. The menu does change by the seasons, and also by what is fresh, and available, so if one returns a few months later, the menu will differ, and sometimes greatly, or even by the evening.

Food and service were excellent.

The most delicious food I've ever eaten, with amazing service.

Hands down, the best food I've ever had in my life. Also, the five times we stopped were before we got our first course.

Ill be back when/if they reinstate normal menus and service. Tabbouleh Salad With Lemon, Parsley, Pine Nuts Or Market Inspired Soup, Butter Lettuce, Fried Tenders, Buttermilk Vinaigrette Or ricotta gnudi, peas, morels, mint, grana padano, Daily Selection Of Cookies, Or Market Fresh And Dried Fruits, oatmeal coconut cake, pumpkin, maple ice cream, coconut granola, baked beignets, lemon curd, lingon berries, peanut butter cream, phyllo crisps, chocolate, port syrup, chocolate caramel tart, banana foster, pecans.