I love food and whenever I was given the chance as of late to do a food visit in Chicago, I took advantage of the opportunity. I picked ‘Chicago Food Planet Food Tours’ on the grounds that out of an aggregate of 851 audits on Trip Advisor, Chicago Restaurants they had only 4 negative surveys and were evaluated #5 of all visits in Chicago. The visit visits 6 distinct areas and tests 6 unique sorts of food while strolling around the area, learning and eating as you go.

I got a train out to the suburb of Bucktown/Wicker park as the visit was not in the focal point of Chicago. It didn’t take long and wasn’t costly. I was told to meet at “George’s Hot Dogs”. Our aide presented herself and afterward every one of the 8 of us joining the visit gave a little prologue to say where we had all come from. I was the main outsider, all others were from America. We were given a straightforward 4 page ‘Local area expert’ which gave subtleties of the relative multitude of spots we were because of visit with their sites, contact subtleties and opening times just as a guide of the visit. It had vouchers for each spot on the off chance that we visited again later the visit and furthermore incorporated a rundown of other suggested eateries.

The principal stop on our visit was a customary frank from “George’s Hot Dogs”. Chicago is eminence for its sausages yet not the ‘conventional’ wieners that you consider when you consider America. There is not a single ketchup to be seen on this canine. Subsequent to catching wind of how George and his family moved to America from Greece, we heard how his little wiener eatery became something of a foundation nearby. So here we were instructed in the ways of the Chicago Hot Dog. A frank roll, a hotdog, yellow mustard, green relish, fiery peppers, cut tomato, a pickle lance and celery salt. My statement, it was delightful and downright a regular piece – no examples here. This wiener won the honor for “Chicago’s best sausage in 2008”. I don’t know who has won from that point forward – these canines are most certainly awesome!

At the point when we had all gotten done, we advanced up the road to the following area called “Hot cocoa” made and run by Mindy Segal, a cake culinary expert with more than 20 years experience. The site expresses: “The metropolitan bistro is a marriage of contemporary food and treats propelled via occasional and neighborhood fixings.” Mindy has won different honors including two continuous long periods of the Time Out Chicago’s Eat Out Awards for ‘Best Pastry Chef’. This woman knows what she is doing…

We were served a cool, rich chocolate milk with a custom made marshmallow. It was so delicious, I completed mine altogether too rapidly. Others in the gatherings battled saying it was excessively rich or sweet. I hadn’t took note… We discovered that you could purchase parcels of the blend and the initial 2 fixings to add to the chocolate powder were cream and full cream milk – swallow. My waistline won’t be glad… in any case, it was definitely worth the effort!

At the point when we’re finished enjoying our chocolate drink and catching wind of the relative multitude of debauched things one can eat at this eatery, we headed somewhat further up the road to “Goddess and Grocer”, a connoisseur store and providing food business that has cooked for any semblance of the Rolling Stones and Madonna.