If there is any one menu item that draws a diner in and keeps him or her coming back, it’s Rox City Grill’s Beef Tenderloin Sliders – a melt-in-your-mouth piece of beef tenderloin set atop a lightly crisped sesame brioche bun with a generous smattering of roasted shallot aioli.
Soldiering past other Mexican eateries as one of the finest – according to some critics – not only in the Kane County area but Chicago, as well, is Bien Trucha.
An unassuming fish market and cafe located in a strip mall on the outskirts of downtown St. Charles may be one of the area’s best-kept secrets. Well, the secret’s out.
Imagine an oven-baked pancake with fresh Granny Smith apples, oozing cinnamon glaze, a crunchy cinnamon-infused crust and a delicate dusting of powdered sugar, and you have the Batavia eatery ’s signature item – the Baked Apple Villa Pancake.
The family-owned restaurant serves recipes hailing from Northern Italy, a pleasant differentiation from the usual southern-Italian cuisine served at most Italian eateries.
Voted best restaurant in the Kane County Chronicle’s Best of the Fox readers’ choice contest for two years in a row (2012 and 2013), the charming eatery offers a fine-dining experience and extensive fine-wine list.
McNally's Traditional Irish Pub's breakfast pays homage to Emerald Isle
With its food, brews, live music and ambience, McNally’s in downtown St. Charles pays homage to the Emerald Isle every day.
The restaurant boasts more than 50 types of tequila, unique taco selections, salsas, botanas and tortas.
Chez Moi is primarily a breakfast and lunch joint. It can cater to the early morning on-the-go crowd and dine-in clientele.