MICHELIN-IN-WAITING
— ELAINE GLUSAC (Michigan Avenue Magazine)
Trevor Teich is always good for a whimsical interpretation of seasonal fare
— 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)
winner
— 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)