A reader writes: "I went to Iyanze for lunch a couple days after it opened and frankly wasn't very impressed. No one there had a menu or knew what was included in the lunch special. So when I had a chance to meet the owner - the son - the other day, he gave me a menu of the lunch specials. Thought your readers might want to know what's available. I'll give Iyanze another try - now that I've got the menu and know what's included in it."
Has anyone eaten here yet? I was wondering how the food was. I'm gonna be in Uptown this weekend (staying at JPUSA) and we don't have anything like this around where I'm from (small town Michigan). It looks kinda cool. Oh yea, Go WINGS!!!!ReplyDelete
They need to get a little more descriptive with their menu.ReplyDelete
Todd an Mona...if you want unique, ethnic, good food you should go up to Argyle just west of Broadway. Oodles of authentic noodles from Vietnam, etc.
todd & mona - dib on lawrence is great too! Thai/Sushi. Also might want to try Fontana Grill. Two of my favs.ReplyDelete
Fontana Grill is outstanding.ReplyDelete
They were also featured in last week's issue of Time Out Chicago. The name of the restaurant means "mom who cooks" or something like that. Awwwww....ReplyDelete
Remember when Fat Cat opened? Man it was a mess for the first couple of weeks- I am sure that once they get things ironed out here it will be a great (and much needed!!) NEW place to eat.ReplyDelete
My hope is that other businesses will will move into this area as well.
I just got some take out from Iyanze yesterday and it was awesome! I can't believe I waited a whole 2 weeks to check it out. If you like spicy food this place will be tasty to your palate and easy on your wallet!ReplyDelete
"They need to get a little more descriptive with their menu."ReplyDelete
What is missing? It is pretty self explanatory to me and pretty damn awesome. Google it if you don't know it, and get out more!