The Little Beet Table - Chicago
za'atar, herbs, grilled pita
maitake mushroom, market herbs, apple, almond, green curry
watercress, citrus, almond, quinoa, black pepper-lemon yogurt
Dennis was our server and he made great recommendations and gave aid a wonderful experience. We will definitely be back. Healthy delicious food.
Good food. Over priced. Excellent service!
I love this restaurant! All their food is gluten free or can be made gluten free. They use wonderful, fresh ingredients. When the space is not filled, the acoustics are good. All hard surfaces do not dampen noise.
Try the beet-orange drink. It is delicious!
This is one of my favorites. The food is amazing, very healthy and filling.
Got together with friends for an annual trip. We loved the gluten-free and overall fabulous menu. Big Shout Out to Beth - our server - who knew a ton about the menu and is one of the most infectiously positive people on Earth. Can’t wait to get back to Little Beet!!
Our waiter was terrible unfortunately, had to wait to get refills, forgot to bring items to our table after asking. The place was not packed at ALL then took him 17mins to pick up our check to point we just left and paid in cash. Very disappointed in there service. Our bill was $178 bucks and you think you would be treated with great experience since the prices are high. WOULD LOVE TO HAVE A REFUND.
No worries—100% gluten-free
Great place to come for a snack.
We shared an appetizer and an entree to make it affordable (and drank water)—actually left feeling full thanks to the staff bringing additional bread!
Vegan/vegetarian options: the lemony sunflower hummus is a winner!🌻
The Cucumber and kale cocktail was awesome. I had it made with Mezcal (you can choose between white tequila and mezcal) and it was the perfect combination of refreshing and spicy with jalapeno. The whipped ricotta was a light and a little bland. The charred cauliflour was very tough to cut and chew not enough flavor for $21.
Cute place. Enjoyed our breakfast, food was really good and service was awesome!
We had a good time. The food was great, the drinks were great.
The food was excellent, but the portions were small (and I’m not a big eater), and therefore a bit out of proportion to the prices. The desserts we had, however, weren’t worth ordering. How do you have apple crumble without ANY crumple?
Despite all, I’d go back again.
Great gluten free food!!
Food was okay but overpriced
The food & drink delivery were slow.
I love Little Beet! The food is always delicious and the service marvelous.
Great place, especially for Celiac, but even if you are not is still excellent. Nice vibe.
Great service and fun , eclectic drink and food menu...definitely worthy of a return trip
Fantastic menu with a great selection of options to fit different dietary needs. If you’re vegan but worried if modifying dishes will make them less tasty, don’t. Unique selection of cocktails as well. Our server Dennis was fantastic and answered any questions we had about suggestions. We’ll definitely be back!
Great gluten-free spot for Celiacs. Only down side was the chairs were rather uncomfortable.
Very good experience overall and will return. Excellent service and healthy vibe. Small flaws include extremely salty mushroom pasta sauce and chocolate chip cookies are dry and overly sweet.
Service was excellent and food very good except for a burned chocolate chip cookie. I had specified this was a birthday celebration when I made the reservation. The host wished my friend a happy birthday and gave us a menu that said "Happy Birthday." That was it. Why even bother to ask?
Interesting and tasty entrees, friendly and helpful service.
We went for restaurant week which was a great way to sample the menu. I found the hummus platter to be great as well as the profiterole. The mushroom cavatelli was good but a bit too salty.
The Little Beet Table was highly accommodating. Our server, Beth, was absolutely lovely. We had several people with dietary issues in our party, and they all found something fresh and delicious to eat, that was prepared with care. My own meal was lovely and the cocktail menu was pretty inspired. I also loved that there was a children's menu. The only thing I didn't like was that sparkling water was $8 a bottle and we didn't know there was a cost until the bill arrived. It's not a big deal, but plenty of places offer it for free, so I just wasn't expecting it. I would definitely go back with other vegetarian (and omnivorous) friends.
I was impressed. I usually dont leave comments. But I felt called to leave a comment. It was amazing!! I recommend it.
I used to love this place, but it seems as though they’ve changed a lot. They charged 19 dollars for a veggie burger that tasted processed and served luke warm. Our broccolini tasted like it was made hours before it was served. It wasn’t a busy night and we were sat next to the front door, so we were chilly and served cold food. Not the best experience. My Wife and I don’t get too many date nights and this one was a bust as far as dining went. It’s sad because there are few spaces in Chicago that cater to gluten allergies.
Food was bad lunch took 1.45 minutes the whole thing was bad . Will never go back.
Best service experienced in all of Chicago during this trip. Food was amazing and staff was knowledgeable, loved it! Highly recommend!
After being diagnosed with Celiac nearly a decade ago, it’s not often I can dine out without some level of anxiety; we stumbled across The Little Beet Table as part of Chicago’s Restaurant Week, and loved it so much we returned the following night.
The cocktails were beautifully curated and mixed, with delicious and unique flavors.
The food itself was equally well-balanced, taking familiar ingredients and combining them in novel ways. Between the two nights we tried the butternut squash soup, sheep’s milk ricotta, sunflower hummus, watercress guacamole appetizers, the cavatelli, charred cauliflower, green circle chicken, and loch duart salmon entrees, and the chocolate chip cookie, profiteroles, and salted caramel tart desserts, all of which we would order again and again with delight.
I’ve definitely saved this to my “must-visits” for Chicago, and both of my gluten-indulgent guests loved the meal as well (they were actually the ones to request we return the second night!)
The Little Beet is a wonderful all gluten free restaurant. The employees always are very professional and friendly.
We came during happy hour and both of us had the happy hour house wine which was quite good. We had the broccoli pizza app for a starter which was delish. We then shared one of the fixed course meals for restaurant week. All of it very satisfying. We would definitely go back again.
Super 'granola' in terms of dieteary concerns. Pricey is the trade off.
General very tasty, but inevitably a few boogies.
Had lunch with a small group. The waiter was great, the food was good...though the shrimp salad needed some dressing.
Absolute love this place. The menu is outstanding and the service as well.
Food was fantastic. Definitely recommend!
Fabulous as always! Amazing gluten free options!
We had a good experience.
They honor all special requests and dietary restrictions.
Fantastic gluten free food and excellent service, will return the next time we are in Chicago!
Delicious, but a bit over priced. Everything fresh and creative. I eat gluten but everything here is gluten free.
The Little Beet Table - Chicago is rated 4.4 stars by 699 OpenTable diners.
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