Fat Rice

Top 1% of restaurants in Chicago
8 / 10

15 expert reviews

“Fans line up early at this Portuguese-Macanese fusion spot.”

– Not For Tourists

Lonely Planet
"A rich paella-esque casserole of roast pork, chicken thighs, thick sausage slices, huge prawns, clams, hard-boiled eggs, olives, chilies and pickled peppers." Full review
"From the X-Marx supper club team, this casual, rustic-modern Logan Square purveyor of midpriced ‘global peasant cuisine’ features Eclectic comfort foods." Full review
"A commingling of Portuguese fare and cuisines of its one-time colonies, the food at this Logan Square haunt from chef/owner Abraham Conlon offers a fusion experience at its best." Full review
Do not bypass the "€œarroz gordo,"€ a casserole brimming with crisp chicken thigh, Portuguese sausage, head-on prawns, clams and roast pork/
Chicago Tribune
"Fat Rice's menu melds Portuguese and Chinese elements, but also Goan, African and Malaysian influences." Full review
Time Out
"I’d never heard of balichao, and yet this dish had such warmth and comfort that it, like Fat Rice writ large, instantly felt familiar." Full review
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