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Boonie Foods

125 S. Clark Street

Chicago, Illinois 60603

Sisig

This Filipino restaurant started out as a pop-up in Logan Square last summer, and has recently found a home in the Revival Food Hall downtown. And we’re so happy it did because Boonie Foods is great. The menu is full of hits, from entrees like bagnet and liempo (all of which come with delicious garlic rice and a fried egg) to their “Boonie Bomb” tacos to sides like the macaroni salad. We’ve enjoyed everything we’ve eaten from here, but we’re going to take a little extra time to call out the sisig. The menu description is “the best thing you’ll ever eat” and we’re not arguing.

This Filipino restaurant started out as a pop-up in Logan Square last summer, and has recently found a home in the Revival Food Hall downtown. And we’re so happy it did, because Boonie Foods is great. The menu is full of hits, from entrees like bagnet and liempo (all of which come with delicious garlic rice and a fried egg) to their “Boonie Bomb” tacos to sides like the macaroni salad. We’ve enjoyed everything we’ve eaten from here, but we’re going to take a little extra time to call out the sisig. The menu description is “the best thing you’ll ever eat” and we’re not arguing.

In case you didn’t know, Revival Food Hall is having a moment. Three of the restaurants on our Hit List are located in this downtown food hall, which means you can meet friends here after work, and everyone will find something they like. For the purposes of this list, we’re going to suggest grabbing a glass of wine from the bar, then ordering from Boonie Foods. This Filipino spot has great entrees like bagnet and liempo, which comes with delicious garlic rice and a fried egg. We also love the “Boonie Bomb” tacos, which are their tastiest dishes (like the sisig) wrapped in a flour tortilla.

I’m not sure what’s up with Revival Food Hall, but whatever it is, I like it. This downtown food hall is having some sort of renaissance - three of the restaurants on our Hit List are here, including Boonie Foods. This Filipino spot started out as a pop-up in Logan Square last summer, and recently found a permanent home at Revival. The menu is full of hits, from entrees like bagnet and liempo (which comes with delicious garlic rice and a fried egg) to their “Boonie Bomb” tacos, which are their tastiest dishes wrapped in a flour tortilla. I enjoyed everything I ate from Boonie Foods, but I want to take a little extra time to call out the sisig. The menu description is “the best thing you’ll ever eat” and I’m not arguing with that. It was definitely one of the best things I’ve eaten this year, and I eat a lot.

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