Oceanique is an eclectic seafood restaurant in the French-American style. Oceanique continues to garner acclaim as one of the Chicago area's finest restaurants. Since 1993, Oceanique has been ranked as the number one seafood restaurant in the Chicago metropolitan area by the prestigious Zagat Guide. In all of our preparations we endeavor to use the finest organic produce and seafood from sustainable, eco-friendly sources. And with our extensive wine list featuring over 900 carefully selected fine wines, Oceanique has won Wine Spectator Magazine's coveted "Best of Award of Excellence" every year since 1994 being recognized as having one of the 750 best wine lists in the world.

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At a Glance

If you like seafood, Oceanique in Evanston is the place to go. Established in 1989 this unique French-American restaurant is known for serving the freshest, finest organic produce and seafood from sustainable, eco-friendly sources. Chef Mark Grosz, who worked for three years under Jean Banchet at Le Français, offers creative fare cooked in traditional French style with an Asian and Latin flair.
Artfully prepared and presented, you will enjoy the delicate flavor and texture of high-quality seafood finished with elegant sauces and garnishes. The seafood comes from all the regions of the world, and menus change frequently. Wild Maine Day Boat Scallops, Norwegian Fjord Ocean Trout, Spanish Turbot or Bouillabaisse Oceanique Saffron Aioli are now in season and exquisite. But insiders asserts that the star dish is the lobster, which is served with generous chunks of meat with Golden Beets, Sea Beans, Basil Potato and Yuzu-Saffron. On the French side, you will also find classic offerings such as Chicken Liver Mousse and Foie Gras, and, to complement your dinner, a selection of delicious Patisseries such as Napoleon or Valhrona Chocolate-Caramel Pot de Crème. There are two ways to approach an Oceanique experience, and either way brings you an exceptional dining experience - the today's menu or the chef's 7 course tasting menu. Both offer delightful creations from a renowned Chef influenced by his experience in France and Hong Kong. In a recent interview with Chicago Tribune, Chef Grosz explained, "we're cooking in a world without borders".
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