There are two types of people in this world: people who enjoy sharing food, and people who loathe it with every fiber of their being. If you identify with the latter, you may want to stop reading now—if you’re the former, dial up a (or, in some cases, several) dining companion and indulge in these hearty, made-for-sharing entrees.

Roasted Duck for Two at Intro

Intro.

Chefs Stephen Gillander, CJ Jacobson, and Aaron Martinez’s brilliant dim sum-focused menu spans from Szechuan lamb bao to pork and shiitake mushroom noodles, but nothing stuns quite like the beautifully presented roasted duck for two. Breast meat is sliced off the bone, while the legs are confit in duck fat and lacquered in a duck jus glaze; bao, fresh cucumber slices with pickled chilies, honey-roasted peanut hoisin, and kumquat-elderflower sweet and sour sauce accompany the meat, and allow you to pick and choose how you want to compose each bite. 2300 N. Lincoln Park W., 773-868-0002