Want good food outside of Chicago? Take a late morning drive 30 miles to the northwest, and you will find the small community of Kildeer, Illinois. Though small in population, Kildeer is mighty in fine cuisine. Lunch on a soft-shelled crab, battered and fried to a crispy crunch at a local seafood shop. Settle that crab with green tea ice cream to refresh your palate in expectation of dinner. Begin your dinner with a crisply fried cheese ravioli appetizer, lightly breaded with a marinara dip sauce at an Italian bistro or new American restaurant. Move to a watercress salad filled with Belgian endive, chunks of pear, Gorgonzola and caramelized walnuts. Finish the meal with an entrée of deep fried shrimp accompanied by sliced artichoke heart and broccoli tips covered with a biting white wine and lemon sauce.