James Beard Award and multiple Michelin star-winning Chef Carrie Nahabedian's River North restaurant features New American cuisine with a healthy amount of influence by her Armenian roots.
Their foe gras and salmon dishes are amazing. Really great deserts too!
Foie gras, wine, and SCALLOPS are all you need
Good but slow service.
Mushroom soup, duck breast with fois, scallops
Excellent value at Restaurant Week
Great quality food! Cod!
One Michelin star
Try peach tarte w/ Kurobuta pork, halibut w/ potato mousseline, + vanilla-spiked corn pudding on a blueberry-almond tart. – Green Guide Editor
Great food. Service was sub par but worth the wait.
Seasonal, Rockin’ Cocktails
Order the oysters. Trust.
Superbe adresse , service attentionné , carte méditerranéenne subtile, Essayez les Mezzes succulents, le tajine ou la raie ***, carte des vins à recommander
GM Terry Kane and Chef Carrie give you an intimate experience paired with exquisite dishes unique and beyond compare in the city!
2013 - 1 Michelin Star
Amazing. Sat outside and enjoyed the more casual bistro menu - which was incredible. Excellent service. Will return for a big dinner.
Two words: Burrr-Gerr the Naha Burger rocks!
Try the Croustade - Perfect blend of caramel and bananas!!!
Try the Skate Wing - Most excellent!
Be sure to ask the waiter for their favorite desert. There's a lot of variance, so let them guide you.
Naha delivers the goods with creative and complex dishes that live up to thier impressive dishes. Naha also might be the only fine dining restaurant that offers a hamburger on its lunch menu.
Best foie gras in the city!
The perpetually hopping NAHA serves a wonderful lounge and cocktail menu that can be enjoyed at the bright and spacious bar, which is inviting and a hospitable dining option. - Inspector
Carrie Nahabedian's award winning, seasonally-driven Mediterranean restaurant always has something fantastic on the menu. Try their private-label pear brandy from Seedling Farms and Koval Distillery.
My favorite restaurant.Michael & Carrie are savants.
Terry Kane plus all made us feel at home. Tastings were awesome. Bill & Barb, St Louis with Bob Buford.
The menu here reads like a dictionary of seasonal fare. Yet fine dining dishes are far from fussy: flavors are crisp and precise, with no deconstructed salads, liquid nitrogen or fancy foams in sight.
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My favorite spot for lunch. Naha has some of the most creative and delicious dishes with seasonal food. -Malika Ameen, Top Chef Just Desserts
Everything about this place screams bounty: enormous street-facing windows; a towering, warehouse-like ceiling; and ridiculously plentiful portions of chef Carrie Nahabedian’s kick-ass food.
Mezze plate is delicious!! And order Duck Confit if on the menu
I can not wait to go! Yum!
... And I spoke too soon. I'm a fool.
@serenamay A squab is a Cornish Hen. It's like a tiny chicken, not a pidgeon. (I hate being this guy, but that one got to me for some reason.)
One of the best meals I have ever had.
Definitely try the gnocchi app. It was melt in your mouth fabulous!
found out what a squab (aka pidgeon) tastes like in western cooking. Goes well with duck liver.