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Asian-inspired vegetarian food at Chant Chicago

Discover Asian-inspired global cuisine at Chant restaurant and bar in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood. With its rich, international décor, and a menu that is fantastically vegetarian friendly, Chant is definitely worth the visit. Serving lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch, Chant also features live music every Friday and Saturday night, and also Sundays during brunch.

This Zen-infused restaurant makes dining easy for both vegetarians and vegans by indicating which dishes are veggie friendly. Start with the roasted red pepper and Thai basil hummus, the avocado rolls, or the tempura vegetables with wasabi aioli. Meat-free soup selections include carrot ginger, pumpkin coconut, or hot and sour mushroom. The spinach salad features fried tofu and a creamy peanut dressing. Treat yourself to an Asian-inspired meat-free entrée, such as classic pad Thai, spinach tofu with shitake mushrooms, Asian ratatouille, or sesame polenta with wild mushrooms and asparagus ragout.

Additionally, if you love the flavor and theme of Chant, have them cater your next special event (additional services including setup, entertainment, and ice sculptures are also an option). For a quick meal, order online and either pickup your food or have it delivered. Check out “Chant After Dark” on Chant’s website for the latest news on each weekend’s live entertainment.

Chant 
1509 E 53rd Street
Chicago, IL 60615

Phone: (773) 324-1999
Email: email@ChantChicago.com
Website: www.chantchicago.com

Restaurant Hours:
Monday: Noon to 10 p.m.
Tuesday - Thursday: 11.30 a.m. to Midnight
Friday & Saturday: 11.30 a.m. to 1 a.m.
(Featuring Live Entertainment from 9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m)
Sunday: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
(Every Sunday Brunch Featuring Live Entertainment from Noon to 3 p.m.)

Comments

  • Shamontiel (Chicago News & Events Examiner) 4 years ago

    All of this sounds scrumptious. I just ate breakfast (yes, I realize it's 2 p.m. but so be it), but now I'm hungry all over again.

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