Sushi in Chicago


$18 for $35 Worth of Sushi and Asian Cuisine at Kitchenette

Kitchenette Restaurant

Lakeview

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

$35 $18

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$20 for $40 Worth of Sushi and Asian Cuisine at Nori Sushi

Nori Sushi

Edgewater

Japanese and Thai cuisine in an intimate BYOB dining room

$40 $20

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Sushi and Japanese Food at Rice Cafe (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Rice Cafe

Chicago

Rice—be it white, jasmine, or brown—forms the basis for delicious sushi rolls and Japanese dishes

$20 $12

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$22 for $40 Worth of Japanese Food and Drinks at Umi Japanese Restaurant

Umi Japanese Restaurant

Irving Park

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

$40 $22

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$16 for $30 Worth of Sushi and Asian Cuisine at Jaiyen Sushi & Noodle

Jaiyen Sushi n Noodle

Chicago

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

$30 $16

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Asian Fusion Cuisine at OH Fusion (50% Off). Two Options Available.

OH Fusion

Katachi

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

$40 $20

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Ramen or Sushi for Two at Hot Woks Cool Sushi (Up to 42% Off)

Hot Woks Cool Sushi

Chicago

Sushi or ramen dinners for two include appetizers and soft drinks

$40.35 $24

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$11 for $20 Worth of Eclectic Asian Food and Drinks at Emperor Cuisine

Emperor Cuisine

Lakeview

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

$20 $11

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$17 for $30 Worth of Sushi and Drinks at Koko Sushi Bar

Koko Sushi Bar and Lounge

Koko Sushi Bar and Lounge

Plates of inventive maki rolls and Japanese entrees served in a lantern-lit, modern sushi lounge

$30 $17

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Japanese Fusion Cuisine for Two or More or Private Karaoke for Up to 20 at Yuki Hana (Up to 55% Off)

Yuki Hana

Yuki Hana

BYOB establishment serves sushi with variety of flavors and fruit rolls; one hour of karaoke in a private room

$30 $15

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$17 for $30 Worth of Japanese Cuisine at Katakana Sushi Bar

Katakana Sushi Bar

Katakana Sushi Bar

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

$30 $17

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Sushi and Japanese and Thai Food for Two or Four at Rock Wrap & Roll (Up to 50% Off)

Rock Wrap & Roll

Rock Wrap and Roll

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

$20 $11

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Sushi and Japanese Food at Kyoto Japanese Restaurant (Up to 51% Off). Two Options Available.

Kyoto Japanese Restaurant

DePaul

Colorful sushi rolls—made to order by identical-twin chefs—may feature roe, shrimp tempura, crab, unagi, tuna, salmon, and fresh veggies

$45 $22

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Sushi, Teppanyaki, and Thai Food at Sakura Teppanyaki and Sushi (Up to 44% Off). Three Options Available.

Sakura Teppanyaki & Sushi

Lakeview

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

$45 $25

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When Miae Lim opened Mirai Sushi, she sought to create a lounge setting just as fashionable as the haute sushi dishes that would be served there, resulting in an ambiance which Frommer's labels "decidedly youthful" and "funky-chic." It's within this hip atmosphere that diners sup on the shareable plates and seasonal fish of a menu pioneered by master chef Jun Ichikawa. Like a working cold-fusion machine at an eighth-grade science fair, the menu's shrimp-and-ginger dumplings and panko-breaded shrimp rolls attract praise; these and other dishes have earned the eatery inclusion on Gayot's 2012 list of Top 10 Japanese Restaurants in Chicago. In the downstairs dining room, wooden tables and chairs gather around an L-shaped sushi bar. Upstairs, ambient light glows above low lounge seating, where diners sip imported Japanese beers or specialty cocktails made with sake and fresh fruit juices. Celebrities sometimes stop by, blending in with the hip crowd and dodging autograph requests from activists who think that famous people's signatures count for double on petitions.
2020 West Division Street
Chicago,
IL
US
Chefs craft authentic Japanese cuisine and a wealth of made-to-order sushi at Kyoto Sushi Restaurant. The restaurant caters to customers? tastes with its individualized maki and sushi, as well as concoct classic hand and veggie rolls such as salmon avocado maki and asparagus maki. Creativity shines through signature rolls such as the Creamy roll, a shrimp tempura and sweet crab pairing rolled in avocado, and the Summer Dragon maki. Along with sushi, the Kyoto menu includes traditional Japanese eats such as vegetable and pork pot stickers, marinated-seaweed salad, and broiled mackerel served teriyaki- or shioyaki-style. The team serves meals in Kyoto?s 60-person, dimly lit dining room, which surrounds patrons with vibrant Japanese decor, including dolls and rustic wooden shelves. Guests can supply their own beverages under the BYOB policy or fuel their fugitive lifestyle with carryout.
2534 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago,
IL
US
Beneath hanging pendant lights and lanterns swathed in red, the chefs at Nan's Sushi craft rolls at an open counter as servers deliver westernized Chinese favorites and Japanese dishes to tables. Seafood-heavy appetizers feature mussels, scallops, and crab, and fried tofu and crispy wontons pitch in to fuel eyeballs as they consider the rest of the menu. Makimono and temaki sushi rolls are studded with tuna, avocado, smoked salmon, and other traditional ingredients, occasionally topped with a smattering of fish eggs or a single brontosaurus egg. Diners can order specialty sushi rolls to swap with tablemates, or mix and match sushi by the piece. The Chinese menu proffers popular dishes such as egg foo young, pepper-steak, and mu-shu dinner plates, all doused in a special sauce.
2360 North Lincoln Avenue
Chicago,
IL
US
Featuring fresh fish and vegetables, Yuzu Sushi and Robata Grill's sushi will keep you wanting more. The menu doesn't include any low-fat items, so set aside some extra calories for your visit. If dining outdoors is your idea of a good time, you'll love the gorgeous patio seating at Yuzu Sushi and Robata Grill. Planning a special night? Call ahead to reserve a table. Yuzu Sushi and Robata Grill tosses the jacket-and-tie dress code convention in favor of a more casual dining experience. The sushi spot also offers catering if you want to bring the flavors of Yuzu Sushi and Robata Grill to your next party or event. Street parking is provided for those dining at the sushi spot's W Chicago Ave location. You'll typically spend about $30 per person to dine at Yuzu Sushi and Robata Grill, so plan your budget accordingly.
1715 W Chicago Ave
Chicago,
IL
US
The chefs at Blue Fin Sushi Bar arrange edible mosaics of sushi and sashimi made from the freshest, most tender grades of fish. More than 25 specialty rolls conceal oceanic morsels in seaweed-and-rice cocoons, including the spicy kani tuna roll's seared tuna, tempura crumbs, and spicy Alaskan king crab. Chopsticks can also nab classic maki rolls or skewer more than 20 kinds of sashimi. Among other vegetarian platters, the Bamboo roll's cargo of tofu and shiitake mushrooms appeases herbivorous appetites while prompting perplexed growls from dining pandas. A royal-blue awning denotes arrival at the restaurant, whose multipaned windows resemble the art-glass stylings of Frank Lloyd Wright. Soft, low lights lend a romantic touch to the dining room, and flickering candles imbue an old-timey vibe to impromptu shadow-puppet shows.
1952 West North Avenue
Chicago,
IL
US
Cone-shaped track lighting dangles over the counter as I Love Sushi's chefs bundle sushi roll-ups, plate teriyaki entrees, and prep hot noodles inside a cozy pedway shop. Replete with ingredients such as white rice, fresh vegetables, seaweed, sesame seeds, and cooked or raw seafood, I Love Sushi’s more than 15 maki options make a healthy on-the-go option for midday diners. Specialties include the Lake Shore roll, which honks like a passing bus as it’s bitten, and the Fire roll, which chefs stuff with shrimp tempura and drizzle in three sauces before briefly setting it ablaze. Across from the eatery sits a table designated for dine-in customers, an ideal vantage point for checking out the cobalt, cerulean, and burnt-orange tiles that cover the restaurant's interior or for counting the number of aldermen who run by.
233 N Michigan Ave
Chicago,
IL
US

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