Evanston Grill

★★★★☆

About Evanston Grill

Hours
Mon - Fri, 6:30am - 3:30pm; Sat, 7am - 3pm; Sun, closed

Food

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Their bee bim bop is just amazing, my fiance always sticks with a cheese burger and fries, which for 3.50 is a lunch time steal! It's nice to still have a small adorable family owned place around. I love that I can get something healthy, while my fiance can feast on his grease, although he does steal bites...

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★★★★★

Their bee bim bop is just amazing, my fiance always sticks with a cheese burger and fries, which for 3.50 is a lunch time steal! It's nice to still have a small adorable family owned place around. I love that I can get something healthy, while my fiance can feast on his grease, although he does steal bites...

Pros: quick and cheap

Cons: not open on Sundays

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This plain, cheery, mostly family-run storefront playing only classical music is among the cheapest, least greasy diners around. It's only got a two-sided counter and five (or six) booths so if you arrive at prime breakfast or lunch times, you'll probably have to wait, or line up for take out: The owners must trust their predominately working-class & retiree customers, most of whom are regulars--the register is at the crowded back of the diner.
You can have each part of your breakfast cooked the way you want it if you patiently prompt the waitress--usually the owner's wife--whose English is limited. For lunch, try Bi Beam Bop, made with rice, raw veggies, cooked egg & marinated beef, which is Korean (like Mr. Lee, its owner). The dish is freshly prepared, probably more authentic, and priced dollars less than the same dish at Evanston's signature veggie joint only a few blocks away, while tasting just as as good . If you like diners, you won't be disappointed; I'd give it four-&- a-half stars if I knew how to give half a star.

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★★★★☆

This plain, cheery, mostly family-run storefront playing only classical music is among the cheapest, least greasy diners around. It's only got a two-sided counter and five (or six) booths so if you arrive at prime breakfast or lunch times, you'll probably have to wait, or line up for take out: The owners must trust their predominately working-class & retiree customers, most of whom are regulars--the register is at the crowded back of the diner.
You can have each part of your breakfast cooked the way you want it if you patiently prompt the waitress--usually the owner's wife--whose English is limited. For lunch, try Bi Beam Bop, made with rice, raw veggies, cooked egg & marinated beef, which is Korean (like Mr. Lee, its owner). The dish is freshly prepared, probably more authentic, and priced dollars less than the same dish at Evanston's signature veggie joint only a few blocks away, while tasting just as as good . If you like diners, you won't be disappointed; I'd give it four-&- a-half stars if I knew how to give half a star.

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The Evanston Grill is okay, but it's not anything special. The food is fine, but it's like anything you'd find at any of the other little grills on Main St. They have burgers, other grilled sandwiches, and typical American foods. It's cheap though.

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★★★☆☆

The Evanston Grill is okay, but it's not anything special. The food is fine, but it's like anything you'd find at any of the other little grills on Main St. They have burgers, other grilled sandwiches, and typical American foods. It's cheap though.

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