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de Quay Restaurant

2470 North Lincoln Avenue
Chicago, IL 60614

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(872) 206-8820


  • Sunday: 11:00 am - 2:00 am
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Thursday: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Friday: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Saturday: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm

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4.9 of 5.0 from 14 reviews

price range:$11 to $25


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  • C AThe service. Cocktails. Chicken sate. Chicken curry.

    55555 by C A

  • EaterSome offerings are decidedly non-fusion—braised lamb shank with goat gouda mashed potatoes is hearty European comfort while nasi goreng, or Indonesian fried rice, is the country's national dish.

    55555 by Eater

  • Kevin D.The Chicken Sate and Gouda Dumpling appetisers were fantastic. He Scallops were very good and the Nasi Goerng was to die for. Can't miss out on the fantastic desserts either.

    55555 by Kevin D.

  • ISC C.Ask for wine recommendations

    55555 by ISC C.

  • ISC C.Nasi Goreng has just the right amount of heat, ask for more sambal for more heat

    55555 by ISC C.

  • Shinji K.Gin drinks and Indonesian dishes go well together

    55555 by Shinji K.

  • Brian R.be sure to ask about the unique flavors. Be sure to order wine. It's a great place to experience unique food.

    55555 by Brian R.

  • Frank P.Short ribs, duck breast

    55555 by Frank P.

  • Anastasia B.Perfect mix of Dutch and Indonesian cultures created by a Dutch. I recommend the fried rice, dumplings, braised beef and the duck. Also, the almond spekkoek offers a fantastic finish for a great meal.

    55555 by Anastasia B.

  • Redeye ChicagoChef David de Quay's food is fully formed, perfectly seasoned, and eminently comforting, like the Dutch-inspired Indonesian fried rice, with cauliflower, chiles, and sambak oelek chili paste.

    55555 by Redeye Chicago

  • Redeye ChicagoThe outside of de Quay looks like something out of a Sherlock Holmes novel, with black metal lanterns that look like antique gaslights glowing across the facade.

    33333 by Redeye Chicago

  • Spencer S.Chicken satay, frites, braised short Rib, dessert

    55555 by Spencer S.

  • Steve KClassic Dutch continental cuisine with twists of Indonesian flavors, this is like the upscale big brother to rickshaw republic nearby. Don't miss the nasi goreng, stroopwafel, or well priced wines!

    55555 by Steve K

  • Jeffery W.Absolutely everything was amazing, the concoction of Indonesian and Dutch flavors blew me away, everything on your plate be paired with something of the other culture. Mix the frite sauces!

    55555 by Jeffery W.

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