The restaurant is the kitchen, the kitchen is the restaurant. Royster best explains their concept with the following: “We remember when we were kids at a restaurant seeing the kitchen doors swing open and close, wondering what magic hid behind them. Whether in a diner or a fancy white-tablecloth restaurant, the kitchen and the chefs were the hidden heart of the restaurant.” And so at Roister they have built their kitchen to be a restaurant. The chefs are an integral part of service. Roister’s food is rooted in primal cooking techniques combined with modern technology. The results are a combination of understated platings and vibrant flavors served in in a loud and vibrant atmosphere.
951 W Fulton Market
Chicago, IL 60607