During July, spice up your routine with Le Colonial’s #OffTheMenu special item, Com Thit Nuong.
This #OffTheMenu dish will stay #onyourmind with an irresistible combination of thinly sliced barbeque pork, white rice and a sunny-side up egg, accompanied by a perfectly balanced lime-garlic sauce.
The Com Thit Nuong dish is offered for $16 during the month of July at Le Colonial, the French-Vietnamese restaurant where guests enjoy authentic cuisine in an upscale setting.
If you still haven't visited Le Colonial, you're really missing a wonderful experience. The restaurant vividly recaptures the beauty, romance and joie d' vivre of French colonial Southeast Asia from the 1920s’s. You'll loll in the charming two-story vintage rowhouse, which offers a main floor dining room, seasonal cafe on the first floor, and a bar, lounge and all-season terrace overlooking Rush Street on the second floor for a bird's eye view of the popular neighborhood.
Other wonderful choices on the menu include Ca Chien Saigon, Vietnamese crisp-seared whole red snapper with a light, spicy and sour; Sup Do Bien, Vietnamese bouillabaisse in lemongrass saffron broth, served with rice vermicelli; Ca Hap, Steamed fillets of Chilean sea bass, with cellophane noodles, oyster mushrooms, tomatoes, scallions, & fried ginger in a light ginger broth; Ca Nuong, grilled salmon with dill over vermicelli noodles; Bun Thit Nuong, barbecued pork over angel hair noodles; Cari Tom, sauteed jumbo shrimp with eggplant in a curried coconut sauce; and Bo Sate, sauteed filet mignon with sate spice, yams and string beans.
937 N Rush St
Chicago, IL 60611