About this Business
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Inspired by bistro-style restaurants in Japan called izagayas, Oysy pampers palates with fresh sushi and traditional Japanese fare served in a contemporary atmosphere designed by renowned Chicago architect Doug Garofalo. Gastronomy gurus concoct authentic and exotic nigiri and sashimi portioned to share, as well as more than 25 types of specialty maki trimmed with fresh seafood and eclectic ingredients such as fried oysters and chicken tempura. Behind the bistro’s glass façade, diners sit at streamlined wooden tables cloaked in hues of purple and green, all housed beneath a ceiling festooned with hanging silver tiles that beam guests' orders directly to the kitchen when servers are on break.