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The griddle burger at Fred’s Garage, in Winnetka, features a juicy double-beef patty with melted American cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion and remoulade sauce. 22ND CENTURY MEDIA FILE PHOTOS
Slow roasted with rosemary and garlic, the lamb shank at Glencoe’s Frank and Betsie’s Restaurant is served in a rich and flavorful sauce and served with a side of roasted vegetables.
The tan tan ramen at Wilmette’s Torino Ramen has a chicken and yuzu broth, chicken chashu, a soft boiled egg, bok choy, menma, green onions and lime, and is one of the restaurant’s most popular dishes.
Eric DeGrechie, Managing Editor
1:25 pm CST January 3, 2018
While the Chicago restaurant scene is highly touted both locally and nationally, it would be a mistake to sleep on the burgeoning culinary landscape here on the North Shore.