Photo by Eugene Galdones for the New York Times
Of course the New York Times covered Found Kitchen and Social House in Evanston before I did, they are so competitive!
How exciting for Amy Morton and her star chef Nicole Pederson to get such a rave review by Times food critic Ceil Miller Bouchet. Bouchet recommends "the chicken liver mousse with bacon marmalade and toast" saying the plate "meshes both women’s Francophile bent with the chef’s affinity for whole-animal cooking."
Click here to read the full review and congratulations to Found for landing such a positive review!
P.S. The new spring menu includes a shareable plate of pickled beef hearts with deviled eggs, beets and baby greens — perfect for alfresco dining in a new sidewalk area.
Found Kitchen and Social House, 1631 Chicago Avenue, Evanston, Ill.; (847) 868-8945; foundkitchen.com. An average dinner for two, without wine or tip, is about $60.
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