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Posted by Bonnie and Anne on 2011-02-08
We travelled from the far West suburbs three days after a record breaking blizzard and circled the block several times to find a parking spot that was semi-clear of snow. It was worth the effort, as the food was delicious and great value for the price.
Posted by Specialk on 2010-11-16
The food is so good & the place is nice & cozy! I recommend the Chicken shawarma that is so tender & tasty! I like the red lentil soup too! I encourage any to try it!
Posted by Randy on 2010-02-04
The nile is my favorite middle eastern resturant. They achive ballanced flavors that I have not found anywhere else. It's a family owned joint where they take care of you. Go check it out.
Posted by long time Hyde Parker on 2009-01-16
Quality control. Good price. Eating in restaurant is okay, but delivery is still a true bargain. No nonsense service. Staff does its job, expects you to do yours. Chicken shawerma (sandwich or meal) is a favorite in our home. Favorite feature: Red Lentil
Posted by Kartik Srinivasan on 2008-09-08
The Nile is a great middle eastern restaurant serving close to authentic dishes that I used to eat when I lived in the middle east. The Chicken Shawarma is awesome. The portions are a good size and have a lot of veggies. The lentil soup is also very good.
Posted by SuzieQ on 2008-03-28
Now I'm not allowed to say anything comes close to matching grandma's cooking, but the Nile is pretty effing close. I highly recommend the hummus with lamb, lamb shawerma and tabouli. I grew up around the corner from this place, and I'm pretty much addi
Posted by SKEastViewPark on 2008-02-05
I had heard that there was an amazing restaurant scene in Chicago. Coming from NYC to Chicago, I must say I was a bit skeptical. The first day my brother took me to the Nile and I was overwhelmingly surprised. The food was fantastic and it was also rig
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-11-13
Good middle-eastern standards like hummus, falafel, schwarma, and kefta along with a few more interesting dishes like hummus with chopped lamb, fried pan, and the excellent chicken mosakhan. The portions are generous; I'm a big eater and with an entree (