Le Sud brings the traditional cuisine of southern France to the energy of one of Chicago’s hippest neighborhoods.
At this new Roscoe Village restaurant, our chef creates a truly authentic menu focusing on the freshest, highest quality ingredients, enhanced with modern techniques. Our two bars serve perfectly matched wines, creative cocktails and martinis, as well as thoughtful beer selections.
Two separate dining rooms create the perfect atmosphere for your night out. Whether it’s an intimate dinner surrounded by Old World touches with someone special, or a large gathering with family and friends in a vibrant, communal space, we invite you to come visit us.
Make a reservation today and bon appétit!
Gift cards are now available at Le Sud and online!
2301 W. Roscoe St.
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Make a reservation
Call 773.857.1985, or book online with Reserve.
Reservations required for parties of 6 or more.
Transport your guests to the French Mediterranean at Le Sud in Roscoe Village. From house-made charcuterie boards, wood-fired chicken, pan-roasted bavette steak and our exceptional wine program, introduce your guests to locally sourced product and seasonal flavors from the south of France.
Overlooking Roscoe Street, Salle Du Soieil offers a intimate private and semi-private dining for 10-45 guests for cocktail receptions, social celebrations and corporate dinners. Pre-fixe menus are available for groups of up to 17 guests and a family-style is available for groups of 17 or more.
Our private room features Juliet balconies, a separate bar, restrooms and complimentary audio visual capabilities. Located off the main dining room, The Salon offers a semi-private dining experience for groups up to 20 guests for a sit-down dinner, wine tastings and cocktail receptions.
To book your event or group dinner, contact our Director of Events, Jackie Kane at email@example.com or submit your event inquiry below.
“Table 23” encourages our guests to give back to the community by way of contributions that collectively make a big difference. We make a living of what we get, but we make a life of what we give. 23% from your dining experience will support a Table 23 organization.
Reservations are required for Table 23 and seating times are available at 5:30pm & 7:30pm.
Contact our host team at 773.857.1985 to reserve your table.
Influenced by a recent trip to France and the fresh, flavorful meals she discovered there, Sandy Chen was inspired to open Le Sud. The small, countryside towns of Provençe reminded Sandy of her hometown on the extreme southeast of coast of Province Zhe Jiang, in a small village called Wen Zhou—a waterfront town surrounded by mountains on three sides. Sandy visits Europe often because half of her relatives moved to Europe when her family moved to U.S.
Sandy’s culinary inspiration stemmed from her father and grandfather, both personal chefs, who moved the family to the U.S. in 1984. Her father taught her how to artfully combine Eastern and Western ingredients and inspired her culinary talent.
Sandy opened Chens Chinese and Sushi Restaurant in Lakeview and currently operates Koi Fine Asian Cuisine in Evanston. Koi Evanston was voted the Best Asian Restaurant in North Shore Chicago by Make it Better Magazine. Sandy was also honored to receive 2013 Arts & Business Committee Leadership Award from Evanston mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl in 2013.
Sandy wanted to open a new restaurant inspired by French flavors. She is focused on globally inspired and locally sourced food. Now in Roscoe Village, where she bought her first house, she is back home. With her newest project, Le Sud, she brings her love for bold, fresh ingredients and her expertise with running multiple successful restaurants. For Sandy, the culinary world isn’t just her job, it’s her lifestyle.
A native of Oak Park, Terry McNeese has over 20 years’ experience in Chicago fine dining restaurants. Terry began his restaurant career at the iconic Bistro 110 in Streeterville. As the general manager and beverage director of Le Lan Restaurant, Chicago Magazine’s Best New Restaurant of 2004, Terry directed the wine program, receiving awards from the Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiast.
As director of operations at the Gage, Terry opened the Gage’s sister restaurant Henri, which received three stars from the Chicago Tribune, as well as being included in the Top 25 New Restaurants in Chicago Magazine. As a certified sommelier, Terry is excited to oversee the beverage program at Le Sud.
Terry lives in the Lakeview neighborhood with his wife Karen. In their free time, the couple share their passion for traveling, dining and always, wine.