The Clean Plate Club

Lula Café

2537 N. Kedzie Blvd / / (773) 489-9554

Today we frequented the Lula Café in Logan Square for brunch.  The food was incredibly delicious and the vibe was a very comfortable hipster chic.

The restaurant has a seasonal menu and focuses on local and organic ingredients.  Brunch and breakfast dishes were unique, but very accessible to the casual foodie.  My favorite was the smoked trout scramble.

The only disappointment was the apple fig ricotta hand pie.  We couldn’t find the fig or the ricotta!  Definitely not worth the $4.00.  For all of you Kenyonites—the Market’s fry pies are three dollars cheaper and much, much more fulfilling in my humble opinion.

Prices ranged from $10 to $13. Great food. Great coffee.  We’ll definitely return.  (I want to try the pancakes!)

Brunch was busy.  To avoid the wait definitely make a reservation!

Cheers from Katie from The Clean Plate Club!

smoked trout scramble: arugula, dill, whipped cream cheese

pozole: pork shoulder and hominy stew, poached farm egg, chile crema, lime

last harvest winter salad: city farm beets, la quercia speck, salt roasted pears, walnut, candied caraway, hard cooked egg

baked fritatta: spinach, tomato, onion, cheddar, feta, or goat cheese

bread with sweet butter

tequila based brunch cocktail

Lula Cafe on Urbanspoon

This entry was written by KatieMei and published on January 2, 2012 at 9:00 am. It’s filed under / chicago restaurants / and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

One thought on “Lula Café

  1. Lula brunch is so delicious! And so are their bloody marys. Swoon.

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