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The BISTRO at 151

Posted on August 27, 2012 by under Food and Drink, Travel.    

Not to be confused with the “Cafe 151” in Wichita, KS. This is one of the restaurants that is located in the Hyatt Regency Chicago.

We ate at BISTRO at 151 on Sunday evening after our group decided that we were hungry around 8 PM, since we had such a late lunch at Giordano’s.

The menu is a variety of different items ranging from soups and salads to sandwiches and steaks. Since we got there so late in the evening they didn’t have a lot of seating. They had already shut down a large portion of the restaurant and we were being limited to the bar or a 35-minute wait. We chose the bar, of course.

We sat down got our menus and realized that the meals here were not going to be cheap. The cheapest item on the menu was around $8.00 and it went all the way up to about $30.00 for the steak.

I wasn’t that hungry and I really try not to eat that late in the evening so I just had a small chicken quesadilla appetizer.

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I was not impressed with my meal. It was alright but not worth the $12 price tag. The guys in my group decided on more substantial meals.

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We went there again for breakfast. This time we all had the $22 breakfast buffet.

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The Bistro at 151 on Urbanspoon

This was a little better. Again, I am no longer a big buffet eater but for the money you do have a pretty vast selection. The buffet is definitely the way to go, though. The $22 buffet price also includes coffee and juice. It actually costs more to go a la carte. Yes, the coffee and juice were that expensive. I am already looking for a different place for breakfast. The food is good. It’s just too expensive. [Check Urbanspoon Chicago. ~ Ching]

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