Chicago >Food & Dining > Trattoria Trullo
4767 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL | Directions 6062541.968396 -87.688385
Monday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Tuesday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Wednesday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Thursday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Friday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Saturday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Sunday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Don't waste your time... – Waiter was nice, but getting the food out was very slow. Flys in the restaurant. Appetizer had beans in it that were hard. Pasta sauce with meat was waaayy too salty. And to top off this fine dining experience, there were screaming children at the table across from me.
BEST ITALIAN REGIONAL FOOD FROM PUGLIA-SOUTHERN ITALY SECOND TO NONE. – BY FAR THE MOST AUTHENTIC PUGLIESE REGIONAL FOOD EVER IN CITY OF CHICAGO.THE ONLY THING THAT COMES CLOSE TO MATCHING THIS IS MACIELO ON LAKE ST,THIER OTHER LOCATION.
GREAT FOOD GREAT WINE. I RECOMMEND DRINKING QUERCETO CHIANTI.
FUN PLACE ,FRIENDLY SERVICE.
Thank you so much for the nice review. We strive to be the best.
We look forward to seeing you again!
Evanston transplant finds a home for southern Italian fare amidst other ethnic restaurants and quaint shops in Lincoln Square. – The Scene
Sidewalk seating and large French doors, opened to reveal breezes on warm days, beckon passersby; aggressively seasoned, comforting fare brings them back. Inside a casual cafe, marble-topped wine bar and deli with imported meats, cheeses and olives hint at the Puglian preparations in store. Trompe l'oeil vines wind around columns in the wood-trimmed, black and white photo-adorned dining rooms at the rear of the space.
Greek-inflected Italian fare from Italy's southeastern most region inspires the menu at this welcoming spot. Tender, fried calamari with complex, spicy tomato sauce and ribbons of homemade grilled sausage atop biting chicory-fava bean puree give way to silken risotto specked with sun-dried tomatoes, lobster and shrimp. A blanket of bubbly mozzarella belies savory Italian sausage and garlicky veal scallopine beneath; chicken saltimbocca-bundled with crisp prosciutto-reveals the pronounced flavor, and scent, of fresh sage. Mascarpone-topped, rum-soaked tiramisu delivers a lush sugar fix.
Hits: Servers are extremely friendly and genuinely concerned that diners enjoy their experience--so much so that they rush to the kitchen the moment a complaint about dishes is lodged.
Misses: While selections are full of flavor, on occasion they're too salty.
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