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The menu is designed to share, our dishes are presented in a tapa-style. Pair your meal with our house sangria, craft cocktails, or our local beers.
Our dishes are presented in a tapa-style way, inspired by Spain's tapas which are small Spanish savory dishes!
All of our ingredients are bought locally.
All meat is free of hormones.
All poultry comes from grass-fed animals
All of our sweeteners are agave-based nectars.
All vegetables and fruits arrive fresh daily.
The menu features eclectic global bistro fare, reflecting our commitment to new interpretations of fresh, delicious cuisine. Our chef, John Saccomando is an experienced foodie; who puts boundless energy and enthusiasm into creating our menu! ADELLES...IS PROUDLY A SCRATCH KITCHEN where everything is made in house from fresh ingredients free of preservatives, chemicals and additives!
VOTED TOP 100 Al Fresco Dining Restaurants In the US 2017.
Main menus are updated seasonally to offer guests only the finest, seasonal ingredients in its cuisine.
Award-winning craft beer selection: 16 taps, 35 bottled
Extensive wine list.
Special events/menus offered for Mardi Gras, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Easter, Oktoberfest, Thanksgiving, and more!
- HMHMK7Chicago / Illinois •5 reviews4.0Dined 1 day agoIt's good, but frankly overpriced for the amount and content of what was ordered.More infoIl SognoPrice: Moderate• Italian• Wheaton•4.8
- OTOpenTable DinerChicago / Illinois •1 review5.0Dined 2 days agoI am a huge fan of the Roasted vegetable enchiladas, as a vegetarian. The other vegetarian entrees are also excellent. I am also a long time fan of Chef Chris Evangelides, the Director of Culinary, Piccolo Buco & Special projects. He stopped by to visit and talked about Piccolo Buco, which made my most recent visit even better!More infoCooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant - Downers GrovePrice: Moderate• American• Downers Grove•4.7
- EericvvipChicago / Illinois •7 reviews4.0Dined 5 days agovery good but soup a little bland some items just need that extra little something to be outstandingMore infoAdelle'sPrice: Moderate• Contemporary American• Wheaton•4.6
- NNinavipChicago / Illinois •12 reviews5.0Dined 5 days agoSuzette’s is always the best for tea!!! We’ve been going there for 15+ years and have already booked next year’s reservation.More infoSuzette's CreperiePrice: Expensive• French• Wheaton•4.7
- KKkkkkathmanduvipChicago / Illinois •35 reviews5.0Dined on Nov 18, 2023Always a great time! Food tasted great, and service was busy but excellent! Thank you!More infoMoveable Feast + CoPrice: Moderate• American• Wheaton•4.6
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Located about 30 miles west of Chicago, Wheaton is a thriving suburb featuring many parks and forest preserves as well as a historic downtown area with several shops and restaurants. Brunch is a popular meal in this area, and you can take your pick from various different diners and cafes with menus centered on omelets, skillets and benedicts. If it's too late for brunch, Wheaton also offers many family-owned Italian restaurants serving up classics like meatballs and eggplant parmesan using recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation. Not in the mood for Italian? No problem! You can choose from Indian, Mexican, Chinese, Thai, Greek, French or pretty much any other possible cuisine. Wheaton has it all.
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The best reviewed restaurant in Wheaton is Gia Mia - Wheaton
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