Trevor Teich is always good for a whimsical interpretation of seasonal fare, and his latest multicourse tasting menu for his fine-dining pop-up restaurant Claudia is no exception.
— zagat
Considering Chicago’s track record for underground restaurants making a splash (Elizabeth, 42 Grams, El Ideas), the chef behind Claudia is one to keep an eye on
— MATT KIROUAC (zagat)
a pitch-perfect combination of flavors and textures
— Phil Vettel (food critic Chicago Tribune)
As Claudia has only 16 seats and offers only two seatings on its open nights, only 64 people get to dine there any given month. Planning ahead, needless to say, is important.
— Phil Vettel (Chicago Tribune)
BEST POP-UP DINNER
— Chicago Magazine (winner 2016 best of Chicago)
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This Might Be The Most Exciting Pop-Up Dinner In Chicago
— Anthony Todd (Chicagoist)
He’s a wizard with seasonal ingredients and contemporary preparations
— zagat chicago
Big things often have small beginnings. It’s a statement especially true of many fine dining-leaning pop-up restaurants, which steadily amass a hungry fanbase before inevitably evolving into something huge...Could Claudia be next? All signs point to yes.
— Matt Kerouac (Chicago scene)
Hit a pop-up restaurant that’s worth the hype
— Sade Carpenter and Marissa Conrad (Chicago Tribune)
Artfully plated, with a Trotteresque hint of Asian simplicity, they also manage a pretty high rate of flavors that stand out
— Michael Gebert (editor of Fooditor)
Could Claudia, Underground Pop-Up Series with Beard-Winner, Become Next 42 Grams?
— Brett Hickman (eater chicago)

Claudia at the chef's garden