Ask the staff about seasonal treats that don’t appear on the menu. Today we featured asparagus, prepared two ways. The chef enjoyed asparagus with meat and eggs. I enjoyed char-broiled asparagus!
There is nothing like it, try our fresh made lemonade. It’s fresh squeezed to order, lightly sweetened and oh, so refreshing.
Enjoy our special festival menu!
As you might guess about a festival held in Chicago’s Little Italy neighborhood – the Taylor Street Festa Italiana is a celebration of all things Italian. Streets already lined with legendary Italian restaurants will now also feature booths, outdoor cafes, authentic goods, Children’s activities, fantastic bands and cultural exhibits. Oh, and a wine garden. AND, the bands are gonna be performing tributes to Italian legends like The Rat Pack, the Three Tenors, the Four Seasons and the oft forgotten Bon Jovi. Yup, it’s gonna be awesome.
Dates: August 13 – 16, 2015
Hours: Thu 5 – 10pm, Fri & Sat 12 – 11pm, Sun 12 – 10pm
Neighborhood: Little Italy
Address: Taylor St. at Ashland Ave. Chicago, IL 60606
Cost: $5 suggested donation
Couscous Restaurant is rated 4.5 at TripAdvisor, see: http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g35805-d451272-Reviews-Couscous_Restaurant_Incorporated-Chicago_Illinois.html
Couscous Restaurant has a fantastic selection to cater your holiday event. From appetizer trays, salads and sandwiches to full beautiful entrees, see our menu for catering ideas, and phone: (312) 226-2408
With cooler days approaching, it’s time to enjoy a bowl of homemade lentil soup, now $2.50.
(FRESH DAILY) A mixture of red and green lentils cooked with onions, celery, carrots and spices.
Explore flavors of the Maghreb!
Couscous has homemade Tamarind Drink, Lemonade, and Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice, $2.95 each.
Time Out Chicago recognized Couscous Restaurant’s Meghrebin food and our affordable prices in their February 4, 2014 post: http://www.timeout.com/chicago/restaurants/couscous
Now their post includes our updated website address: http://www.couscouschicago.com/