The signature dish at Stephanie Izard’s eternally popular first restaurant, which opened in 2010, sounds like one of most the adventurous bites in the city: cheeks, snout, and tongue from a Slagel Family Farms pig seasoned with cilantro, lime, and coriander, rolled up like a porchetta, and braised, sliced, and cooked in a wood oven. And yet the result is a dish any meat-eater can get behind: crispy rounds of pork finished with tamarind vinaigrette and red-wine maple gastrique, fried potato sticks, and a fried egg. A version made with boiled pig’s head was on the opening menu, but Izard’s very honest aunt didn’t find the dish flavorful enough, and Izard retooled it for the next day’s service. It’s been unchanged ever since. $23; 809 W. Randolph St., West Loop