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And according to the Los Angeles Times’ restaurant critic Jonathan Gold, the only reason why there isn’t an 80-ounce steak on the menu is “because it was pointed out that 0 was probably more than anybody was willing to spend on a piece of meat, no matter how spectacular, and that none of the tables in the restaurant seated enough people to actually finish the thing.” Despite all that, it would be unfair not to note that Chi Spacca isn’t about excess, but meat artistry.
You could challenge yourself to discover someone more committed to the nuance and deliberation of charcuterie, but you’d be hard-pressed to find many equals to Chi Spacca’s approach.
This "wood-fired Asian grill," opened in late 2016 in the city's Wynwood Arts District, pretty much ignores the clichés, instead offering imaginative, vividly flavored vegetable, seafood, and meat dishes with mostly subtle Japanese and occasionally Thai or Korean accents.
KYU also bakes what must be the best crusty non-Asian-style bread of any such establishment in America, and the racy cocktails (like Ronin's Revenge, combining Dobel tequila, pink grapefruit and lime juices, and ginger beer) nicely supplement the short, merely adequate wine list.
He has brought the same ethos of fresh, local, and seasonal foods — and daily menus — to his endeavor.
Indeed, the Chicago Tribune’s restaurant critic, Phil Vettel, has called it the “best tall restaurant in Chicago” (though, as he notes, its view facing west is devoid of architectural interest — its private rooms are the ones with the city views).The current focus is beets; previous inspirations have included pistachios, carrots, potatoes, radishes, garlic, cherries, zucchini, and plums (the price goes up for the in-demand November and December menus, which highlight white and black truffles, respectively).No dish is ever featured twice, and no two visits (as long as they’re a month apart) are ever the same.The menu changes to reflect the seasons, but current offerings include bouillon-on-Michigan chestnut with preserved duck confit and brioche crouton; Casco Bay sea scallops with fennel choucroute and tokay jus de poulet; and the famous Alsatian-style baked wild sea bass.The 1,600-bottle wine list stuns almost as much as the views — above all because of its collection of great wines from Joho's home region of Alsace.