Kiki's Bistro - one of the finest Chicago French Restaurants

MICHELIN RATED FRENCH CUISINE

OUR COQ AU VIN NAMED ONE OF CHASE SAPPHIRE PREFERRED'S "8 GREAT PLATES"

FRENCH FOOD WINNER OF CITYSEARCH'S BEST OF 2008

  

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KIKI'S IS THE PERFECT CHOICE FOR
AN INTIMATE GATHERING!

 

Kiki's Bistro
900 N. Franklin
Chicago, IL 60610
312-335-5454 for reservations
or visit
www.opentable.com

Hours of Operation
Dinner, Mon-Thurs 5-9pm
Dinner, Fri-Sat 5-10pm
Closed Sunday



Open on Sundays for large private parties.
C
ontact us at for more information at
kikisbistro@gmail.com



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Executive Chef Steven M. Leviton
Chef Leviton has gained specialized expertise in directing all aspects of culinary operations within world-renowned establishments. He received his Associate of Culinary Arts from Johnson & Wales College in Providence, RI, completed his stagière program and received a Certificate in Culinary Arts under the great Roger Vergé at L'Ecole du Moulin in Mougins, France, and he received a Certificate in Culinary Arts under Henri Large at the Auberge du Lion d'Or, in Geneva, Switzerland. Previous to Kiki's Bistro, he served as Executive Chef at Exmoor Country Club in Highland Park, Executive Chef at Briarwood Country Club in Deerfield, and Midwestern Regional Executive Chef for Wolfgang Puck Catering & Events. He has been honored with many awards including the Paul Bocuse Award for Culinary Excellence and an International Foodservice Manufacturing Organization Award. We are thrilled to have Chef Leviton with us to share his unique culinary gifts with you, our valued guests.

Georges "Kiki" Cuisance
Kiki, a native of Eastern France, began his over 50 years of restaurant business experience in Europe at places like La Closerie des Lilas in Paris, well known for its famous clients such as Ernest Hemingway. In December 1963, Kiki was brought to Chicago by Nancy Goldberg to help begin Maxim's of Chicago as its sommelier. This beautiful establishment has been donated to the City of Chicago. After Maxim's de Chicago, Kiki opened and became well known for his restaurant, Le Bordeaux on Madison Street in Chicago on January 1, 1969. Le Bourdeaux had an authentically French, dreamlike quality in a subterranean atmosphere, providing an escape into another world and attracting a unique blend of clientele. Kiki later expanded opening Le Bordeaux on Michigan in Chicago and finally opened his present restaruant, Kiki's Bistro.



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Kiki's Bistro - one of the finest Chicago French Restaurants