We were seated at a small table in one of the back rooms of the restaurant. It's clear the space was a house converted into a restaurant because there are several rooms that break up the dining areas. There is also a quiet patio outside. I loved how intimate the dining rooms were, it felt like we were in our own private nook.
Bistro Campagne's menu is filled with traditional French fare, including French onion soup and escargot, two starters that we tried. I almost always order escargot when dining at a French restaurant, and this was no exception. The garlic and butter sauce was amazing, and made for the perfect dip for the hot, crusty bread we were served. The French onion soup also was a hit and overflowed with a massive, thick layer of gruyere.
|French Onion Soup|
|Escargot in Garlic-Pernod Butter|
|Trout, Citrus, Capers, Brown Butter, Green Beans|
4518 N. Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625