Le Fleur de Lis Chicago takes over Get in the Kitchen in Lakeview, Chicago
Chef Allen Rochelle hails from a small city in southwest Louisiana (New Iberia) that embraces the Cajun/Creole culture and food. Allen’s flare has been featured in The Chicago Tribune and Chicago’s Best along with several television programs including: Hungry Hound, LeShock Value, and 190 North.
Chef Allen will be offering an amazing array of Cajun inspired dishes in a Prix fixed menu to tantalize all palates.
HOW IT WORKS:
Reservations are strongly encouraged due to COVID compliance, but walk ins are welcome. Call ahead for availability.
In order to reserve, simply select your date and time above.
When you come in for dinner or brunch you will choose your choices for Appetizer, Entree’ and Dessert.
If you are electing the Seafood Boil upgrade, make sure to select the “Seafood Boil” option when you order.
We are also BYOB, so bring your favorite bottle!
Choose 2 of the following as your Appetizer and Entree’
SEAFOOD BOIL UPGRADE. For just $25, partake in Chef Allen’s Amazing Creole Seafood Boil featuring 1lb of Shrimp, 1lb of Snow Crab Legs, Corn, Beef Sausage & Potato with Remoulade Dipping Sauce! Make sure to select the “Seafood Boil” option for your time and date.
Choose 1 Dessert:
Complimentary Yogurt, Granola, Fruit and Croissant with Butter & Jelly
Choose One Entree’:
Choose One Dessert:
Address: Get in the Kitchen! |3617 North Broadway
More About the Chef: Allen hails from a small city in southwest Louisiana (New Iberia, LA) that embraces the Cajun/Creole culture and food. At an early age, numerous family members taught Allen how to make Creole food. Allen attended Xavier University of Louisiana and graduated with a degree in Computer Networking and Engineering. Allen frequently visited Chicago during college and was blown away by the endless opportunities of the city. After college, Allen worked in food service for the Hotel Intercontinental in New Orleans. He next took a job with a national seafood restaurant chain and ultimately ended up in Chicago. Equipped with a desire to serve others the exceptional Southern delicacies that defined his childhood; Allen opened his first restaurant, Le Fleur De Lis, in 2010 in the Bronzeville neighborhood of Chicago. The food served at the restaurant has been featured in The Chicago Tribune and Chicago’s Best. In the past year the restaurant has been featured on several television programs including: Hungry Hound, LeShock Value, and 190 North. Allen looks forward to the creation of a Creole fusion menu.
REFUND POLICY: NON-REFUNDABLE, but you can substitute anyone you like if you can’t make it.