Ixcateco Grill New Winter Menu

Dining to Survive the Winter Blues: Ixcateco Grill’s Delicious New Winter Menu. Outside the weather may be frightful but inside Ixcateco Grill it’s delightful. Chef/Owner Anselmo Ramirez has created five delicious new dishes that honor the authenticity of delicious central and southwestern Mexican cuisine.

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Document Publication | Mon January 16, 2017, 06:56 PM EST


Dining to Survive the Winter Blues: Ixcateco Grill’s Delicious New Winter Menu

Outside the weather may be frightful but inside Ixcateco Grill it’s delightful. Chef/Owner Anselmo Ramirez has created five delicious new dishes that honor the authenticity of delicious central and southwestern Mexican cuisine.

New appetizers are the Ensalata de la Casa featuring cherry tomatoes, almonds, Cincho Queso and a crispy corn tortilla in a lemon dressing over a bed of mixed greens ($7); and the Queso Fundido, melted Chihuahua cheese, sautéed vegetables or wood grilled chicken, poblano rajas and molcajete sauce ($9).

The new main dishes include the Salmon en Crema, wood grilled salmon in a tomatillo cream sauce over white rice, plantains and microgreens ($19); and the Pozole de Camarones, wood grilled shrimp in a hominy stew with crab, cabbage, radishes and oregano ($20). For mole lovers seeking something warm and zesty, the New York Strip a la Mexicana, wood grilled New York Strip Steak in a mole agostadero sauce with chunky garlic mashed potatoes, dried fruit and garnished with sesame seeds ($23), will more than satisfy that craving.

These dishes round out Ixcateco Grill’s menu, which still includes crowd favorites Pollo en Mole Negro, roasted chicken served in black mole, accompanied by chunky garlic mashed potatoes ($17), and the Carne Asada, adobo marinated wood grilled skirt steak served with a tomato Molcajete sauce, black beans and guacamole ($18).

About Ixcateco Grill

Ixcateco Grill is an intimate casual Mexican restaurant featuring authentically prepared dishes from the central and southwestern regions of Mexico, by chef/owner Anselmo Ramirez. BYO is encouraged. The restaurant is located at 3402 W. Montrose in Chicago’s Albany Park neighborhood. Dinner is served from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, and from 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Brunch is served from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. The restaurant is closed on Mondays. Ample street parking is available. All major cards are accepted. Reservations are highly recommended. For reservations, please call the restaurant at 773-539-5887. The website is www.ixcatecogrill.com. Follow Ixcateco Grill’s news at http://www.newsline360.com/ixcatecogrill , Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/ixcatecogrill , Twitter at http://www.twitter.corm/ixcatecogrill and Instagram at http://www.instagram.com/ixcatecogrill.


Document Publication | Mon January 16, 2017, 06:56 PM EST


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Anselmo Ramirez
Chef/Owner