If getting into Fat Rice—the intimate buzzed-about Logan Square Macanese restaurant—was hard before, it's now nearly impossible since being named the No. 4 best new restaurant of 2013 by Bon Appétit. But it's worth waiting for. Opened by former underground supper club X-Marx partners Abe Conlon and Adrienne Lo, Fat Rice caused quite a stir when it burst onto Chicago's culinary scene in 2012 and introduced the cuisine of Macau, which draws inspiration from Portugal, India, China, and Southeast Asia. The result is comfort food by way of hearty noodle dishes, rich curries, punch-you-in-the-face chilies and other bold, eclectic flavors. Check out the linguiça with housemade pork sausage and chili cabbage; the watermelon soup with Chinese bacon and dried scallop; shaken chili whitefish with Sichuan and shisito peppers; the caramel catfish claypot with soft tofu and trumpet mushrooms; and the namesake arroz gordo (fat rice), which has a bit of everything—roast pork, linguiça, salted duck, prawn, littleneck clam, Portuguese chicken—you name it. That's listed as an XL dish so definitely plan on getting that to share with your table. Fat Rice does not take reservations or parties larger than six people, so if you're thinking of having your family reunion or big bachelorette party there, think again.