Las Tablas Colombian Steakhouse is a family owned and operated establishment founded in 1991 by Chef Jorge Suárez and Soraya Campos.
The name Las Tablas comes from the wooden boards on which the restaurant serves most of the dishes. The restaurant’s rustic wooden tables and chairs handmade and imported from Colombia add to the casual and familial ambiance to the establishment. The menu offers dishes staples such as Colombian-style Empanadas, Arepas, Churrasco, and the Bandeja Paisa (Colombia’s national dish).
Always a trend-setter, Las Tablas was the first Colombian restaurant in Chicago to introduce dishes such as the Matrimonio – the ultra-popular combination of flame-broiled steak and chicken breast on the same plate. Another example is the Entraña, or Colombian-style skirt steak, which was selected as best in the country by national food show “America’s Best Bites”.
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