Two | West Town/Noble Square | Small Plates, American | Restaurant
Neighborhood bistro in the former Black Sheep space.

Our Review

A "Midwest farm and butcher shop-inspired neighborhood bistro (minus the French)" from Yamandu Perez, chef-owner of Hinsdale's Zak's Place, Two opened without much to single it out, except perhaps its inconsistency: I felt I was eating in different establishments, on one occasion snarfing up two fat little lamb T-bones, a fall-off-the bone chicken thigh, and duck-egg pasta with duck confit and cracklings, but the next subjected to a succession of dishes so fundamentally wrong it felt as if culinary students were feeding us. There was one glaring consistency, however. The front-of-the-house staff seems to have been trained to inquire about each and every dish moments after it hits the table. It's hard to imagine anyone benefiting from this kind of relentlessly obtrusive service, but it's at least one way to stand out, I guess. Read the full review >>

Mike Sula

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