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Ruxbin Kitchen

American Restaurant$$$$
Noble Square, Chicago
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  • Has a stamp of approval from Bon Appetit Magazine and Eater
    • Bon Appetit Magazine
    • Eater
  • Liz H.
    "Hands down one of the absolute best byob places to eat in Chicago!"(8 Tips)
    Marco M.
    "Amazing food, try the hanger steak."(4 Tips)
    Time Out Chicago
    "Korean chilies and peanuts squarely in that camp."(2 Tips)
    Bon Appetit Magazine
    "Korean chili and calamari stuffed with chicken and pork."(2 Tips)
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  • Shannon H.
    Shannon HeathFebruary 17
    Chef Edward Kim was nominated for Best chef: Great Lakes 2017 James Beard Award.
  • Bon Appetit Magazine
    If you go here and don’t check out the bathroom, you’re missing half the fun. Read more
  • Eater
    EaterMay 6, 2016
    The BYO policy and a chef who cooked under Thomas Keller preparing a globally influenced menu was already great, but now that Ruxbin is finally taking reservations, it's that much more accessible. Read more
  • Jono F.
    Jono FerrerSeptember 28, 2015
    Beautiful interior and consistently some of the best food in the entire city.
  • C R.
    C ReyAugust 23, 2015
    A deliciously creative BYOB restaurant worth the wait. Everything we had off the menu was prepared perfectly and led us to sharing it all. Make a reservation or come during off hours for a great meal
  • Mohammed H.
    Mohammed Hassan-AliJune 22, 2015
    A very hip and vintage place. Came here for a bday and wasn't disappointed. Server was extra friendly and the food was great. I loved the atmosphere.
  • Mohammed H.
    Mohammed Hassan-AliJune 22, 2015
    Risotto, lamb, steak - all the dishes where so good.
  • Makena H.
    Makena HeffernanMay 29, 2015
    Rabbit and hanger steak were incredible. Fresh ingredients combined with creativity make for an awesome experience.
  • Jorge C.
    Jorge ChavezApril 3, 2015
    Asian, keller alumni, byob
  • Teresa
    TeresaJanuary 19, 2015
    Absolutely incredible food. Every dish was delicious and well-balanced. The tart dessert on a wooden board was surprising and definitely the star of the night.
  • Chefs Feed
    Chefs FeedAugust 22, 2014
    Danny Grant, chef of 1826 Restaurant (coming soon), eats here on his nights off. He loves the Pork belly salad. Read more
  • rusty d.
    rusty danfordAugust 9, 2014
    aMAZING!!!!!!!! A gem in this city I'd drive hours just to eat here again
  • rusty d.
    rusty danfordAugust 9, 2014
    eVerythingggg
  • Emily S.
    Emily ShebakMarch 29, 2014
    Don't be confused, they do take reservations!
  • Tyler B.
    Tyler BowmanMarch 23, 2014
    Scallops with carnitas were delicious. Cauliflower étouffée was a great veggie option
  • Verne P.
    Verne PApril 6, 2013
    Try the Black Cod
  • Joe D.
    Joe D'OnofrioApril 5, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Try the octopus, you can't go wrong!
  • Renee P.
    Renee PrisbleApril 3, 2013
    Watching this on Check Please. Before the broadcast they were over loaded with customers... Now I can only suspect it will be completely impossible to get in.
  • Milan P.
    Milan PatelMarch 16, 2013
    If you need a bottle of wine call the Noble Grape, they'll deliver!
  • Liz H.
    Liz HomsyFebruary 7, 2013
    Hands down one of the absolute best byob places to eat in Chicago! Do yourself a favor and go on a week night though...the wait can be a bit long on the weekends...
  • van
    vanDecember 5, 2012
    go to the bathroom!!
  • Kenneth T.
    Kenneth TiongAugust 17, 2012
    Octopus 5/5. Pork chops 3.75/5 beer sorbet with chocolate donuts 4/5. Berry pastry cake 4.25/5
  • Maman E.
    Maman ElodieAugust 13, 2012
    Do go 30 min before doors open! Zucchini blossoms to smile over, had duck breast and small slices of zucchini bread with beurre rouge. Byob..tho not having wine made the meal even fuller in flavor
  • Jennifer G.
    Jennifer GallagherJune 27, 2012
    Best pork that ever touched this tongue. To die for.
  • Time Out Chicago
    Time Out ChicagoJune 4, 2012
    The menu changes seasonally but whatever inspired creation chef Edward Kim sets his mind to he executes with precision and grace. The BYOB policy and warm-but-cooky room make it an all-time favorite.
  • Time Out Chicago
    Time Out ChicagoMay 25, 2012
    The menu changes seasonally, but the "K-Town empanadas" (filled with kimchi and Oaxacan cheese) and pan-seared trout (served with date-studded tabbouleh) are year-round staples. -JK Read more
  • Renaissance Hotels
    Renaissance HotelsMay 22, 2012
    Order a bowl of cream of wheat. Thanks to lamb drippings and brown butter, the simplest dish here becomes simply astonishing. For more local tips, follow us on 4sq or check out www.renhotels.com.
  • Angie T.
    Angie TrigilioMay 3, 2012
    Don't be scared of the bathroom. It's totally legit and you also feel like you're in Clue!
  • Chris A.
    Chris AvilaApril 18, 2012
    Get the beef brocolly. ... Its insanely good! !!!
  • sharif n.
    sharif nassrJanuary 30, 2012
    Kudos, for one of the coolest bathroom doors in the City of Chicago. It's like entering a spaceship.
  • Emily K.
    Emily KrollDecember 18, 2011
    Definitely check out the bathroom. So fun! As far as food goes, the mushroom toasts are a heavenly app. Entrees: go with the pork shoulder and hanger steak.
  • Time Out Chicago
    Time Out ChicagoDecember 6, 2011
    Try the calamari from our 100 Best list: Put this calamari stuffed with chicken and pork forcemeat and flavored with Korean chilies and peanuts squarely in that camp.
  • Marco H.
    Marco HowellNovember 17, 2011
    Get the calamari, oyster mushrooms, sable fish. And byob your wine. Or have wine delivered from down the street.
  • Amanda N.
    Amanda NatividadOctober 18, 2011
    You can't go wrong with anything here! My fave dish was the calamari -- it's grilled, served with some potatoes and greens, and is super yummy and bold. Also, it's BYOB, so bring a bottle of wine!
  • effie
    effieSeptember 30, 2011
    I wish it wasn't named Best Restaurant so we could have our Korean go to back
  • Brice F.
    Brice FaubelSeptember 16, 2011
    I've heard the bathroom is cool. Haven't been yet.
  • Bon Appetit Magazine
    Bon Appetit MagazineAugust 16, 2011
    Skipping the kimchi taco route that's so popular elsewhere, Kim takes a chance (and succeeds) with dishes like a clever spin on the clambake, Korean chili and calamari stuffed with chicken and pork.
  • Alison
    AlisonJuly 9, 2011
    The salads, flatbread and fries are good to start. Liked the pork entree, but skip the soba. Byob.
  • Marco M.
    Marco MorelliJuly 3, 2011
    Amazing food, try the hanger steak. Amazing.
  • Kelly R.
    Kelly RochleauJuly 2, 2011
    Summer menu- pork with the grilled peaches was ridiculously yummy, wanted to slurp up what remained on my plate. Wasn't too crazy about the flatbread, too sweet for me. Adorable ambiance, loved it.
  • Christopher M.
    Croque monsieur is tops avoid the garlic fries and get the trout or chicken,
  • Darren P.
    Darren PoonMay 1, 2011
    amazing. plus. time machine for a bathroom...
  • Tiffany
    TiffanyMarch 30, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    Calamari bokkum! Hanger steak!
  • M U.
    M UberMarch 25, 2011
    Checkout the bathroom.
  • Bon Appetit Magazine
    Bon Appetit MagazineFebruary 24, 2011
    Modern Asian fusion exemplified by Edward Kim's sophisticated food: K-Town empanadas, calamari bokkum, and nine-spice quinoa. What to order: sake mussels with miso. Read more
  • Time Out Chicago
    Time Out ChicagoFebruary 11, 2011
    Thought you'd want to know: Ruxbin has been nominated for Best New Restaurant and Edward Kim has been nominated for Breakout Chef of the Year in Time Out Chicago’s 2011 Eat Out Awards. Vote now! Read more
  • Jason J.
    Jason JamesJanuary 16, 2011
    Badass posters and entrance
  • Chad B.
    Chad BellJanuary 16, 2011
    With great restroom concert posters ranging from Neil Diamond to the Donnas.
  • Lauren M.
    Lauren McCabeOctober 30, 2010
    screw the waffles (which are great, btw) get the short rib! the most amazing short rib I've ever had....and get the bread pudding to finish. amazing! (and I'm still sitting at the table as I type)
  • Juicy Couture
    Juicy CoutureOctober 22, 2010
    Cute American bistro with the most sinful house-cut French fries with chipotle aioli.
  • Alexandra I.
    Alexandra IonidesSeptember 18, 2010
    Intimate & Hip, service and food are outstanding and well priced...one of my Chicago favs.
  • Charlie F.
    Charlie FerreiraAugust 23, 2010
    The food and service was great. If you plan to come here with more than 4 people don't. Would take forever for a table. Empanadas are good, so was the tofu and mojo chicken. The waiting area is small.
  • Melanie V.
    Melanie VJuly 19, 2010
    Fav items: Avocado toast and the mussels! Yum to the dipping sauce for the fries! BYOB, but there's a $5 corkage fee.
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