On the 16th floor of Trump Tower, luxury suffuses every aspect of dining, from the privileged view to the rich four-course tasting menu created and executed by Thomas Lents—a complex meal that permits you to indulge without glutting. Lents uses the highest-quality familiar ingredients and plates them handsomely, making him seem almost conservative compared with Chicago’s tasting-menu avant-gardists. However, his precise tuning of flavors and his deftness with texture, temperature, and proportion, offer an experience of culinary modernism at its utmost. Favorites from the spring menu ($190): the Third Plate (porridge), loup de mer, rib eye, and chocolate. Other options: prix fixe ($130), à la carte on request.