Smoque BbqCurrently Closed
- Address: 3800 N Pulaski Rd #2, Chicago, IL 60641, USA, United States
- Timings: 11:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
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Smoque was a very interesting place in a good way. As some out-of-towers it was a little difficult to find but after a quick check on maps we found it and the other choices in this unique food restaurant group. The food brisket was very tender and just fell apart which was delightful. The BBQ sauces were delicious. I had the spicy Memphis and it was very good with just a little heat. I didn’t taste or see a nice smoke ring but that’s okay.
Food 5-star / Service 5-star / Atmosphere 4-star. By far my favorite barbecue in Chicago: smoky meat with various styles of sauce on the side and tasty side dishes. Food is great! Ordering process was fairly quick and easy and the staff was very friendly and helpful. The only watch out is that seating can be challenging in the Revival Food Hall during lunch hour. If you can avoid the 12-1pm peak hour, you will have a great experience at this location!
Placed a little bit out of downtown Chicago, I was pleasantly surprised with the BBQ. There is a smaller storefront in a cafeteria like setting downtown, but my SO really wanted to try the ribs. I ordered the sandwich and some sides instead and took bites of his ribs. You can definitely taste the smokey flavor infused into the meat of the ribs as they fall off the bone easily. The meat was tender and full of flavor. We ate around lunch time on a weekday and it didn't seem like they were fighting for business with people always coming through its doors. It's a great BBQ joint I'd visit again if I lived in Chicago.
I have had Smoque at its original location 10 years ago when I lived in Chicago and remember it fondly for having awesome brisket. I was excited to see Smoque at the revival food hall because it was a short walk from the hotel I was staying. I ordered the brisket sandwich. The brisket wasn’t as good as I remembered it but was still cooked nicely. It was tender had a nice fattiness to it and nice flavor on the bark. Where the sandwich failed is the bread. Arguably the bread is the most important part of the sandwich. Minimally if the bread is not good it will destroy the dish. That is what happened here. The bread is of the same quality as off the shelf supermarket bread. That is fine if I’m having a brisket sandwich at my friends house but not at a restaurant. The dipping sauces offered were also pretty good, but couldn’t make up for the dry bread. They do offer the option of ordering the brisket a la carte without bread and that is what I would suggest doing. I probably would having given 4 stars if that is what I ordered.
SOOOOO GOOD! phenomenal meat and flavors. Gotta have the Mac and cheese!