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1443 W Fullerton Ave, Chicago, IL | Directions 6061441.925118 -87.665014
Neighborhoods: North Side, DePaul
Cool vibe & great sushi – My wife and I love this restaurant. It has a cool vibe and the food is great. We have been here three times and each time it been a wonderful experience.
Mediocre at best – Went with a small group of friends on a Sunday night for a casual dinner. The prices were reasonable for what I would have expected of a high-end Japanese restaurant, but the sushi quality and quantity was not what I expected. We were all pretty disappointed with the food, but the service, decor, and ambiance was fine. It wasn't terrible, but I definitely wouldn't go back.
Poor customer service – Had a reservation but waited over 1.5 hours for a table. Staff didn't do anything to assist us (free appetizer in the lounge maybe). Waiter was hard to track down all night. Got the wrong check when I closed my tab in the lounge.
Love It! – My boyfriend is a big sushi fan and took me here for Valentine's Day. I had never really had it before and had many questions. The waitress was great! So helpful, and her suggestions on what to order were all really yummy. She was attentive and really knew what she was talking about-so helpful. She also have us a cute little box of strawberry/chocolate candies for V-Day. Definitely got a big tip-great food, great staff.
good sushi – its a good place to go w/ friends and chill. i had an uni shot & shooter, spider roll, scorpion roll, and nigi california. the sushi was quite good. u kno theyre good when the uni doesnt taste bad. they arranged the pieces in an appetizing and creative look.
Lincoln Park sushi restaurant draws locals with creative Japanese fare in cool, contemporary surroundings. – The Scene
Pumping club tunes provide a high-energy soundtrack at this lively, spacious restaurant, where white-clad chefs work busily behind a frosted-glass sushi bar and shout greetings to everyone who walks in the door. Young couples settle in at silk-covered cobalt-blue booths with bronze tabletops, noshing under the watchful eye of attentive, friendly servers. In the adjacent lounge, a 10-foot-high waterfall flows behind a spacious, black granite-topped bar.
Along with standards like seaweed salad and tempura, the menu boasts an array of creative small plates, from cold marinated fried red snapper and zucchini to hot stuff like Japanese sweet potato fries and steamed cod and shrimp cake with yuzu sauce. The most exciting sushi options are on the signature menu. Here you'll find intriguing bites like crunchy, spicy tuna roll with with marinated octopus, sea urchin and squid nigiri, and smoked salmon maki topped with spicy scallop, then torched to a golden brown.
Excellent food and service – The fish is fresher than any other sushi place I've been to in Chicago. The service was very friendly and the waitress's recommendations were all excellent. I might stay away from the non-sushi/fish dishes though. They are decent, but not spectacular. Update: After many more visits I have to say the quality is just as good, don't waste time with rolls, stick to nigiri or sashimi. Also have an oyster shooter, they are fantastic.
Great Sushi / Great Place – Good atmosphere with good sushi. You definately get quality sushi here without paying dearly for it.
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