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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Andersson?s Kitchen/Bakery

2060 N. Clark St. (Armitage Ave.) Send to Phone
Quaint, quiet bakery along bustling Clark Street offers respite and dishy eats.

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily
  • Dress code: Casual
  • No Credit Cards

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Andersson?s Kitchen/Bakery Restaurant Review

: Vibrant pillows are strewn about the booths lining the windowed wall at this tiny Lincoln Park bakery and sandwich shop. In the morning, options run from an apple galette and tea cakes to berry waffles, biscuits and gravy to fresh quiche. During lunch and dinner, things get interesting with a fine salad niçoise with haricots verts, plum tomatoes, egg and velvety seared tuna. The grilled steak sandwich on a crisp baguette with onions, horseradish and Gruyère is a keeper, but we’re also partial to the aromatic curry chicken salad. The only bummer? Dishes hover as high as $19, but the place is cash only.
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