Roister

Row 1

Details
951 W Fulton Market (Morgan)
Chicago, IL 60607
(312) 595-9440
New American
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 11:45 AM–2:00 PM Sat–Sun: 10:00 AM–2:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • The wagyu was epic. So was the crab rice.
  • Chicken and waffles were great. Amazing take on the biscuits and gravy. Milk and Cookies for dessert! Cool place.
  • The Bartender's Amaretto Sour is made with Lazzaroni Amaretto, Cynar 70, black truffle, lemon and egg white. The moment it hit my tongue, I felt an uncanny blast of nostalgia.
  • Sit at the counter and get to see the extremely talented team at work!
  • Go all in for the pre-set menu, but be sure to come hungry. Five courses is really like 20 dishes, all of which are incredibly unique and inventive, and absolutely delicious. PS no substitutions!
  • Family-style dining with great selections that are not "ordinary".
  • The chicken is amazing!! Also, Aged cheddar rillettes, spicy cucumber salad. You cannot go wrong. Snag a seat at the Hearth!!
  • The food here is outstanding! Very creative, large portions. Try the duck!
  • Sit in the prep kitchen if you can!
  • A relatively casual atmosphere for a higher end restaurant. I would describe the food as luxury comfort food in the best possible way.
  • The chicken sandwich is as good as everyone says it is
  • Roister was nominated for Best new restaurant for the 2017 James Beard Awards.
  • A messy, brash, noisy and primal restaurant where an open hearth fuels most of the cooking and plate presentation only occasionally catches chef Andrew Brochu's attention.
  • The chicken 3 ways is the most phenomenal fried chicken you will ever have.
  • Tickets on TOCK. MUST order the chicken!! And the double daiquiri!
  • Youll want the spunky fermented cabbage with roasted pineapple, the whole chicken served with sunchoke hot sauce, and, for a worthy splurge, the absolutely transcendent uni-bathed Japanese wagyu.
  • Make sure you do a tasting menu and ideally in the Prep Kitchen. Ignore the naysayers confused by a casual concept. The fried chicken with sun choke salsa is amazing.
  • Huge fan of Grant/Alinea/Aviary. Roister doesn't keep up. Great service, super nice servers and staff. But based on their $85 tasting menu, Trenchermen outperforms at half the price.
  • Restaurant concept and creativity of food leading up to final course, but dissapointing finish. You dont go to a Grant Achatz tasting for a Fried Chicken, Grilled Chicken & chicken combo.
  • Beware if you have bad allergies - they are not aware/prepared. Chicken three was was good. Same with the duck. Proteins/bigger plates were much better than the starters. Proportions overall were big