About this Business
- Sushi, Japanese, Seafood, Asian, Pacific Rim
- Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
From Our Editors
During his tenure at Arami, Mirai alumnus and former head chef B.K. Park designed a menu of minimalistic Japanese cuisine, punctuated by pared-down maki rolls “partitioned into one-bite portions, each taste uniform and encapsulating,” according to the Chicago Tribune. Filled with what Time Out Chicago's Julia Kramer calls “ethereal sushi [that] has never been so down-to-earth,” the menu tempts palates with offerings that include togarashi-seared tuna, drizzled in a meyer lemon dressing over a bed of kelp noodles, and deftly cut slices of Japanese red snapper and fatty tuna. Each of the specialty maki rolls is lined with, on average, three ingredients, showcasing the freshness of the fish and the beauty of simplicity, pairing such flavors as spicy octopus and fluke with ginger and fuji-apple dressing.