Sushi and Japanese Fare on Weekend or Weekday at Kyoto Sushi Restaurant

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In a Nutshell

  • Vast menu of fresh sushi & Japanese fare
  • Individualized sushi available
  • Cozy, atmospheric interior

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Jan 19, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid during on 7/30, 7/31, or 12/31. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Chopsticks make an elegant tool for eating rice and maki, much like sporks make an elegant tool for eating everything else. Experiment with utensils with today’s Groupon to Kyoto Sushi Restaurant. Choose between the following options:

• For $20, you get $45 worth of sushi and Japanese cuisine on a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, or Sunday.
• For $20, you get $40 worth of sushi and Japanese cuisine on a Friday or Saturday.

Kyoto’s identical twin chefs preside over a delectable menu of fresh sushi and authentic Japanese dishes. Spicy ahi flatbread ($12) and chilled oyster shooters ($3.75) provide an appetizing epicurean prologue, readying guests for a slew of Kyoto’s signature rolls, such as the Creamy’s avocado-ensconced medley of smelt roe, mayo, shrimp tempura, rice, crab, and unagi ($17). Diners can also spear chopsticks through myriad maki rolls and sashimi, or approach the sushi bar to task chefs with crafting an individualized sushi creation or rice-coated effigy based on their particular penchants. Fix fangs into the niku udon, a thick noodle dish with beef and scallions in a seasoned broth ($9.95), or conquer colossal appetites with a robust array of combination plates complemented by rice, miso soup, salad, shrimp and vegetable tempura, and a California roll ($22–$24.95).

Awash in subdued swathes of atmospheric lighting, Kyoto’s cozy 60-seat dining room comes adorned with vibrant Japanese décor, tategus, and a marked lack of unsheathed samurai swords. Carry-out services are available, and the restaurant’s BYOB policy grants guests the wherewithal to tote along their own wine and beer. Reservations are strongly suggested.

Customer Reviews

BKyoto is, hands down, the best sushi in Chicago!
Christine W. · January 24, 2012
The sushi was very fresh...and that is sometimes a hard thing to find. We'll go back for sure.
Susan S. · January 23, 2012
excellent sushi and maki...,byob....very good service. we go at least once a month.
Joe D. · January 22, 2012

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