The menu of Trattoria No. 10 suggested by Sluurpy users
Great atmosphere and decent food. I deducted one star because it took an hour for the food to come out (we came at 5pm). The portion is a bit small so make sure you either get an appetizer or fill up on bread (the dipping was quiet good).
Wonderful meal! cocktail with pear and vodka light and refreshing. Lobster ravioli- handmade ravioli with huge pieces of lobster as well as claw meat. The sauce was crazy good! Bread before/with was crusty in outside soft inside with a spread- nice to have something different than butter!
Service great, and atmosphere cozily elegant. Highly recommend!
I have eaten Italian food all over the United States and in Italy. This place is the real deal. Full of old world charm and great service I had one of the best meals I have ever had here.
Like swallows to Capistrano (chimneys) ... I come back to this place every year when in Chicago.
As of October 2018, Tammy will have been at T10 23 years. That should tell you everything you need to know about the place. As the person orchestrating your dinner and wine, she is phenomenal.
Read all of the reviews. Not much that hasn’t been well said. The place is great.
Here’s my perfect solo dinner in the main dining room - two half plates of their hand made pasta. Glasses of Multepulciano. Gelato.
The bar is wonderful if you are a party of two and can get a coveted table there. But you will not get Tammy - so, a trade off.
Lovely service and very well-crafted food; I would absolutely come back. Beet terrine salad was excellent; cooked perfectly and the fava bean garnish played very well both from flavor and textural perspectives.
Shrimp ravioli with the salmon roe garnish was inspired; the pop of brine offset the buttery sauce very well.
Profiteroles with gelato and Valhrona sauce was fabulous for the two bites I managed.
I very much appreciate that they offer two sizes for many of the entrees and desserts, which minimizes potential food waste.
If you go here you have to get the ravioli. Definitely some of the best in the whole city. I love the butternut squash ravioli. In the heart of Chicago theater district it’s a great place to eat before catching a show. The restaurant is located on the bottom floor and has a very nice ambience. This is a great Italian restaurant in the heart of downtown Chicago.
A year ago it was Very good. This year was great too. I came in with out reservation, we were 6 and we received an exceptional service. The food was amazing. Must visit.