Food and drinks were mediocre, both lacked flavor.
Very tasty. Creative cocktails and food. The poutine was amazing and the pork shank was heavenly. It's pricy but the food is very, very good and farm fresh. The apple pie...just okay. In spite of that, I still highly recommend it.
Four of us had dinner at Nana last Saturday night, and all of us very
much enjoyed the experience. The women ordered salads and thought
they were excellent. The two men ordered the Tortilla soup and it was
very good. Our entrees were hanger steak (2), trout, and the larger
portion of mac n cheese. Everyone enjoyed their dinners. My mac n
cheese was sensational. Desserts were excellent also ... a gelato,
something combining mousse and peanut butter, and the fruit plate
was considered probably the best of a good group. We will definitely
go back, but it's a long trip from our neighborhood up north.
The food was great and the service was impeccable. I took my sister who was here in Chicago for a visit and she is still raving about it. I will definitely be going back again.
I had a wonderful meal with my wife at Nana. We met the owner, who was warm and friendly and not overbearing. The food was delicious, unique, local, and organic. I would go back for sure.
Our fried chicken wasn't crisp and the mac and cheese was bland. The apple pie had a gummy bottom crust, apples that weren't cooked through, and occasional large mounds of rocklike streusel. Right after we ordered dessert, our waitress offered the next table two additional options that we weren't given.
Food was very good. The stuffed poblano appetizers were outstanding. Excellent beer selection as well. We thought that the service was somewhat indifferent and could have used more energy.
The staff was great. Every request was taken care of. Food was delicious and there was plenty of it. Overall, a fun experience.
Nana Organic is an interesting restaurant. All their food and ingredients are organic and locally sourced, so all the foods they make are variations of locavore cuisine. Everything you order will be completely homemade from scratch - even the pickles with your burger. Although they do have an interesting breakfast menu, I would avoid breakfast and go for dinner. The dinner food is much more satisfying. The burgers, lentil tacos, pulled pork, and fried quail are all amazing. Get the mac n cheese and cheddar poblano grits.
Terrific farm to table food. Feels like a neighborhood place but worth the trip if you don't live in Bridgeport. Nice beer menu too.