Everest Veal Chanterelles

Everest's Veal Chanterelles.

Award-winning Chicago restaurant Everest is now offering its signature French cuisine for delivery or carryout via the new At Home Menu.

Starting at $64 per person (plus tax), the Everest At Home Menu features a three-course a selection of seasonal dishes available Thursday through Saturday from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Orders must be placed via Tock by noon on the day of pick-up from the restaurant’s location on the 40th floor of the Chicago Stock Exchange (425 S. LaSalle St. — enter through lobby).

  

Everest At Home Menu

Everest Chilled Lobster

Everest's Chilled Lobster

Maine Lobster Salad | Michigan Corn, Celery Root Remoulade, Watercress 

Roasted Veal Tenderloin | Wild Forest Chanterelles, Garden Vegetables

New Wave Alsace Cheesecake | Thyme Bartlett Pears, Chocolate Crémeux 

All served with French & Multigrain Bread, Farmstead Butter. Enhancements like a chef-selected assortment of French Macarons and sommelier-selected wine pairings are also available. To view the At Home Menu, click here. To view the wine list, click here.

  

About Everest

Everest Cheesecake

Everest's Cheesecake

Everest has earned international acclaim under the guidance of renowned Chef / Proprietor J. Joho, Alsace, France, who began his career as a 13-year-old apprentice at the acclaimed L’Auberge de L’Ill and continued in kitchens in France, Italy and Switzerland. Besides earning a Michelin star, the restaurant has been honored with the annual AAA Five Diamond Award more than 20 times. 

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