Mystery Diner reviews
The sushi places this Mystery Diner loves most are the ones that offer adventure, fun and, of course, delicious food. I got that at my recent trip to Kumi Sushi in Crystal Lake.
The restaurant is a standout. The differences here are the flavors and freshness of each dish.
Mystery Diner: Cattleman’s Burger and Brew has a vibrant Western atmosphere and a long beer list.
Ziggy’s in Marseilles may be surrounded by orange-striped cones and barricades due to a construction project, but making your way to the restaurant is rewarding.
The trattoria, a relaxed yet refined setting in which to dine, is open daily, with lunch service Wednesday through Saturday.
The pub will celebrate its 20th anniversary in November.
Drinks and a great atmosphere complement the menu at JJ's in Ottawa.
Stockholm's in Geneva, a restaurant and microbrewery, celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.
The 9th Street Pub doesn't offer fine-dining ambience, but this La Salle mainstay has been in business 45 years thanks to a kitchen with a reputation for quality and cleanliness.
There’s much for all the senses to enjoy at McNally’s, which cultivates a European flavor.
In addition to the classic offerings of tacos, burritos and enchiladas, Taquitos also has such specialties as mole sauce and ceviche.
The Italian beef at Riverfront Bar & Grill in Peru was how I like it.
Charming touches make Riganato Old World Grille an inviting spot for Mediterranean dining in Geneva.
No Manches! Mexican Grill offers a contemporary dining experience featuring the fresh flavors of Mexico.
Plenty of folks already have discovered Tully Monster in Morris, but it was a new discovery for the Mystery Diner.