Japanese Restaurants in Andersonville

Half Off Asian Cuisine at Nori Sushi

Nori Sushi


$40 $20


Japanese and Thai cuisine in an intimate BYOB dining room

49% Off Sushi and Asian Cuisine at Kitchenette

Kitchenette Restaurant


$35 $18

Specialty maki and sushi dinners anchor a menu of Thai and Japanese dishes

50% Off Asian Fusion Cuisine at OH Fusion

OH Fusion


$40 $20


Fresh, artfully wrapped sushi & made-to-order noodle & rice dishes served in monochromatic dining room

50% Off at Jaiyen Sushi & Noodle

Jaiyen Sushi n Noodle


$30 $15


Thai and Japanese entrees share a single menu at the Asian eatery, which serves sushi, curries, and noodle dishes

Up to 47% Off Three Course Sushi Dinner at Diva Restaurant

Diva Restaurant


$51 $27


Late-night BYOB spot open until 4 a.m. offers traditional and innovative sushi rolls and Thai dishes

45% Off at Umi Japanese Restaurant

Umi Japanese Restaurant

Irving Park

$40 $22


Flower-like lights, birch branches, and eco-friendly fireplace complement katsudon, noodles, rice bowls, and inventive maki plates

Ukai – Up to 47% Off Sushi and Japanese Food



$30 $16


Maki rolls themed after Chicago sports teams appear alongside entrees such as pork ramen, salmon teriyaki, and udon noodle soup

45% Off Asian Cuisine at Emperor Cuisine

Emperor Cuisine


$20 $11


Separate menus denote regional cuisines, including Japanese sushi offerings and Thai curries

Half Off Japanese Fusion Cuisine at Yuki Hana

Yuki Hana


$30 $15


BYOB establishment serves sushi with variety of flavors and fruit rolls and Korean barbecue dishes

44% Off Sushi at Sakura Teppanyaki and Sushi

Sakura Teppanyaki & Sushi


$45 $25


Chefs chop, sear, and sizzle scallops and filet mignon at tabletop grills for teppanyaki feasts or wrap sushi rolls at an art-deco bar

Up to 51% Off Japanese Cuisine at Kyoto Sushi Restaurant

Kyoto Sushi Restaurant

Lincoln Park

$45 $22


Authentic Japanese cuisine and made-to-order sushi at BYOB restaurant

47% Off Japanese Food at Ringo Japanese Kitchen

Ringo Japanese Kitchen


$30 $16


Located in the heart of Lincoln Park since 1999, patrons dine on specialty sushi rolls such as firecracker roll with tuna & tempura crunch

Up to Half Off Sushi at Rock Wrap & Roll

Rock Wrap & Roll


$20 $11

Creative maki such as the Latin roll with super white tuna and hot sauce rolled inside-out with red tobiko, are accompanied by Thai entrees

Half Off at Katakana Sushi Bar

Katakana Sushi Bar


$40 $20


Executive chef Abdon Calderon creates innovative maki rolls using plantains, coconut, and chocolate at BYOB sushi bar

44% Off a Three-Course Dinner at Koko Sushi Bar

Koko Sushi Bar

Logan Square

$98.75 $55


Inventive plates of maki and Japanese entrees served in a lantern-lit, modern sushi lounge

50% Off at Blue Fin Sushi Bar

Blue Fin Sushi Bar

Wicker Park

$40 $20


Sushi chefs craft 26 specialty rolls, sushi-dinner combinations, and sashimi morsels that artistically decorate plates

Nori – Up to 51% Off Sushi


Wicker Park

$45 $22


Chefs wrap maki rolls and stir-fry noodles at the Bucktown/Wicker Park outpost of this BYOB sushi bar

Half Off at Zoku Sushi & Asian Contemporary Cuisine

Zoku Sushi & Asian Contemporary Cuisine

Logan Square

$40 $20


BYOB eatery serves maki, sushi, sashimi and cooked entrées that cull inspiration from all corners of Asia

20% Off Japanese and Thai Cuisine at Kin Sushi

Kin Sushi

Northwest Side

$40 $32

Inventive sushi rolls, classic Thai dishes, stylish decor, and BYOB at the edge of Wicker Park

45% Off at Rakki Kyu Sushi

Rakki Kyu Sushi

Northwest Side

$40 $22


This intimate BYOB eatery features more than 40 signature maki creations, along with sashimi, teriyaki meats, and sides like pork buns

50% Off at EJ Sushi

EJ Sushi


$50 $25


Rolls include the Green Turtle, made with salmon and mango, and the Fire Cracker, made with homemade spicy crunch mix and spicy tuna; BYOB

Up to 50% Off Sushi and Japanese Cuisine at Bistro Sake

Bistro Sake

River Forest

$20 $10

Specialty rolls artfully layered with fresh salmon, avocado, and cilantro, tempura shrimp and cream cheese, and black tobiko in crispy rice

47% Off at Sushi Thaime

Sushi Thaime

Sushi Thaime

$30 $16

Sushi rolls with fresh yellowtail, eel, or salmon; marinated Korean-beef short ribs charbroiled to perfection

38% Off at Naomi Sushi

Naomi Sushi

Prospect Heights

$40 $25

Sushi chef uses fresh ingredients to create Godzilla, Wild dragon, Volcano, and more specialty rolls.

Half Off at Dao Sushi and Thai Restaurant

Dao Sushi and Thai Restaurant

Oakbrook Terrace

$30 $15


Specialty sushi rolls and sake arrive at tables amid chic decor of hanging pendant lights and a Buddha motif

50% Off Sushi at Wildfish


Arlington Heights

$40 $20


Tropical-hued eatery named one of the top 10 sushi restaurants in Chicago by Gayot; rolls with maki, black rice, and soft-shell crab

50% Off at Dao Hibachi Restaurant

Dao Hibachi Restaurant

Burr Ridge

$30 $15


Hibachi entrees sizzle on grills among boxy lanterns, sleek booths, and walls decorated with Japanese text

Up to 50% Off Thai and Pan-Asian Food at Oishii Thai

Oishii Thai

Buffalo Grove

$25 $13


Eatery uses only fresh herbs, such as cilantro, lemon grass, and Thai basil for classic curries and sushi rolls that pack a punch

50% Off at Aodake Sushi & Steak House

Aodake Sushi & Steak House

Multiple Locations

$30 $15


Chefs create more than 40 traditional and specialty maki rolls in additon to Japanese favorites such as tempura, teriyaki, and hibachi

48% Off Sushi and Japanese Cuisine at Sushi-Ai



$40 $21

Wide selection of fresh maki, specialty combinations, and Japanese entrées such as seared tuna or spicy tofu steak

Half Off Pan-Asian Cuisine at Asian Pearl

Asian Pearl

Glen Ellyn

$30 $15


Chinese, Japanese, and Thai dishes served in modern dining room with Asian decor influences

Up to 45% Off Japanese Cuisine at Sushi Bar

Sushi Bar


$20 $11


Rolls filled with creamy avocado and salmon, teriyaki combos with deep-fried pork, and plates of ginger-sauteed squid

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Inside Tiztal Cafe, sunny yellow walls match the eggs that star in the restaurant's heaping plates of breakfast and brunch fare. Diners sidle up to white-linen tables or the long bar to dig into the chefs' take on Mexican morning meals: omelets stuffed with spicy chorizo, crisp waffles topped with pecans, and the signature chilaquiles that helped earn them a feature on Chicago's Best in 2011. Diners would be wise to pair their meals with the eatery's infamous oatmeal shake—says Serious Eats blogger Lindsey Becker, "This shake has something of a cult following…and after trying this glorious mashup of vanilla ice cream shake and oatmeal, you can count me in as a member."

5553 N Clark St

The chef at this neighborhood spot recommends eating his sushi creations without soy sauce, a sign that Ora’s seafood is of the highest quality. For the freshest (and often the most adventurous) fare, opt for the chef's choice sushi platter, which might include the Scottish salmon belly sashimi.

5143 North Clark Street

Shinobu Japanese Restaurant sates desires for elegant edibles with a menu of sophisticated flavors, artfully plated. Anchor incisors into the freshest of the deep blue with a medley of masterful maki rolls such as the midori, featuring a mélange of yellowtail, cucumber, avocado, wasabi tobiko, tempura crumb, and wasabi mayo ($10), or the signature shinobu, where shrimp tempura, unagi, cream cheese, and tempura crumb huddle under an umbrella of ebi, scallop, wasabi mayo, and wasabi tobiko ($14). Raw superstars, such as the shiro magura sashimi (two pieces for $5), quell rumbling tummies and prevent abdominal earthquakes, and an entourage of entrees, including the grilled-chicken teriyaki ($10), or the grilled-mackerel saba shioyaki ($12), boast flame cooked tastes and jazzy nicknames, such as "Blaze" and "Sea Hampster." Shinobu Japanese Restaurant is BYOB, so patrons can provide arid palates with their choice of pocketed alcoholic beverages, or choose from available Japanese drinks such as mango or honeydew bubble tea ($4).

1131 W Bryn Mawr Ave

Chicago’s red-line train runs nearly the entire length of the city from north to south, dropping passengers off everywhere from U.S. Cellular Field to Evanston. In Edgewater, however, it passes briefly over a small slice of Japan, nestled next to the tracks in a storefront labeled Yokozuna.

In the eatery’s kitchen, chefs craft teriyaki, udon, and other hot Japanese entrees, but their real culinary magic happens behind the sushi bar and whenever someone brings in a top hat and wand. There, they summon flavors and images of Japan with creations such as the Sumo roll, in which they combine the flavors of four types of fish plus shrimp into one hearty maki. They also name sushi in honor of their current home, dedicating one roll apiece to each of the city’s major sports teams.

Although the restaurant evokes so much local pride, the decor remains awash in Eastern flavor, with bright-red walls and murals of kimono-clad figures flanked by cherry-blossom trees. In an extra boon to diners, new specialty rolls and free wine flow on Ladies’ Night every Tuesday, and the restaurant is always BYOB.

1131 West Bryn Mawr Avenue

At Loving Hut’s 200 worldwide outposts, chefs stand by their mission to serve all-vegan fare made from wholesome, plant-based ingredients. The Chicago branch honors the Windy City’s staple sandwich with their Eden Dog, a vegan sausage topped with pickles, relish, onions, and mustard.

5812 North Broadway

Food critics may not be known for their dance moves, but the Chicago Tribune’s Phil Vettel claims his “taste buds do a little happy dance” at the mere thought of Sun Wah’s Peking duck dinner. But beware: the prized barbeque duck is so popular that diners typically order it when placing their reservation.

5039 North Broadway