Nohea Cafe | West Loop/Fulton Market | Coffee Shop, American | Restaurant
Breakfast-and-lunch spot with a homey vibe.

Our Review

As cafes go, Nohea Cafe is pretty cozy, with plenty of light, hardwood furniture, and lots of art on the walls. Seating options include a few booths, a largeish communal table, a couple armchairs, and a kiddie table in one corner with games (it’ll also accommodate adults willing to shed a little dignity when the other seats are full—and actually turned out to be pretty comfortable). Croissants were excellent, especially with the addition of scrambled egg, bacon, and cheddar (breakfast sandwiches are officially only served until 11:30 AM, but they accommodated my request for a breakfast croissant at 12:30); the mixed greens salad with dried cranberries, red onion, and walnuts came with a generous amount of good blue cheese and a very nice basil balsamic vinaigrette. The surprisingly spicy chili arrived cold, but our friendly server quickly remedied that and brought us a couple cookies to make up for it. The one disappointment was a rosemary chicken salad sandwich with some tough pieces of chicken and no discernible rosemary.

Julia Thiel

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Payment Type: Accepts cards


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