BIG & little's Restaurant

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Details
860 N Orleans St (btwn W Chestnut St & W Locust St)
Chicago, IL 60610
(312) 943-0000
Fast Food, Fish & Chips
$ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 11:00 AM–9:00 PM Sat: Noon–9:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • On an episode of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, Guy Fieri made the trip to this tiny Chicago joint, where the shrimp is battered and fried to order.
  • Don't forget that it's cash only!
  • try the fish tacos
  • Truffle fries. Done.
  • Soft shell crab po' boy. Getchu some
  • Fish and chips, po' boys, fish tacos, and um, foie gras ries, all churned out of an inconspicuous shack just west of the Brown Line.
  • Order the Foie Gras Fries, hand-cut beauties that have a crisp exterior and soft interior and are bursting with fresh potato flavor. The foie gras was flawlessly cooked with a nice crust.
  • samurai whitefish taco is great.
  • Get yourself some Foie gras fries.
  • This quick-service fish shack is run by former Hells Kitchen contestant Tony DAlessandro. Standout fish is fried to order, burgers are made from Angus beef and the fries are larded with foie gras.
  • They just moved south a couple blocks to 860 N. Orleans. Bigger. Better.
  • Soft Shell crab, shrimp and crawfish po boys on the specials menu!
  • Love love love the tacos.
  • Pass on the shrimp po' boy & go for shrimp & chips instead. Sandwich bread was fairly hard & although the portion was generous, it was difficult to eat with just your hands. Try the truffle fries too.
  • The Burger w Merkts Cheese is awesome. Fried Talapia Fish Tacos are really, really good also
  • echo the crab tostada love and the shrimp tacos are great too
  • New culinary-minded "fast food"...Hell's Kitchen contestant Tony D'Alessandro behind the stove. Awesome!
  • The big n little taco & bahn mi po boy are fantastic
  • The foie gras with fries is "decadent" and medium-rare. The pork belly po' boy with maple mayo Guy described as "chicharrones meets pulled pork." Still hungry? Try the beer-battered fish and chips.
  • Best Fish (1 giant filet) and Chips in the city.

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