Kiki's has always been a great place for dining. You are meet inside by the owners, it makes you feel like a guest in there home. Servers are well informed and helpful in ordering, we have never had a bad meal or service.
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Excellent French onion soup, mushroom goat cheese pizza. Lovely trout almandine. Crispy pomm frittes. Perfectly juicy steaks. Well seasoned. Best of the night was the melt in your mouth apple crisp served with cinnamon ice cream. Close second was the fresh blueberry bread pudding and...More
We would not skip Kiki's when in Chicago. It's a bit off the beaten path due west of the Hancock Building in a non-descript neighborhood but once you step inside, you are somewhere in France in a cozy country cottage. The atmosphere is great! Service...More
Visited for the first time on initial recommedation of local foodie friends, another pair of which called it "an old favorite" ...excellent poulet roti, pate de la compagne, and cassoulet...profiterolles were delicious, ...well priced wine list and very professional service ...among the best in the...More
I have been to KiKi's several times and it remains a solid "go to" place for great food, service and atmosphere! As a self confessed foodie, I try many of Chicago's new and upcoming restaurants and many I leave with the "one and done" mantra....More
Kiki's Bistro never fails! The menu selections are what you would typically find in a bistrot in France. The wait staff is friendly and attentive. Some are French speaking also. Every time I have dinner there, I feel like I am back dining in Paris!
Excellent chicken and steak at this adorable French bistro. Lots of seating though reservation is recommended. Valet and street parking available.
Great service and wine list. The food was good. The interior is warm and inviting. At 50, we were the youngest patrons. Nice to visit once.
This restaurant has been here over 25 years, but I just found it. Any trip to Chicago should include a visit here if you love French food. The atmosphere pulls you out of the busy city and places you in a quaint French country bistro....More