Takeout 100 newcomers are some of Chicago’s most innovative – Chicago Tribune

Chef Joseph Fontelera describes the menu at his Revival Food Hall stop as being mostly “rice, fried eggs and stuff,” which is mostly true. But it’s also one of the most exciting Filipino restaurants, where the “stuff” includes some of the city’s crispiest and juiciest bagnet ($16), thin slices of fried pork belly, and adobong manok ($16), a chicken dish flavored with soy sauce and vinegar. You’ll also want to save room for the Boonie bomb tacos, especially the bomba iloko ($5), which features longganisa, a garlicky Filipino-style sausage, wrapped in a flour tortilla with pickled papaya and, of course, a fried egg.