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Best Japanese restaurants in North of Foster / Rogers Park


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A photo of Itoko restaurant
• Japanese • Lakeview / East Lakeview
Booked 93 times today
Situated in Lakeview's iconic Southport Corridor, Itoko is a neighborhood Japanese and robata restaurant from Gene Kato, Executive Chef of Momotaro. “Itoko” means cousin in Japanese, and refers to the connection with Momotaro, located in the Fulton Market District. The menu features the high level of ingredients and technique that Chicago has come to expect from Chef Kato, alongside a beautiful interior curated for the Southport neighborhood. The menu itself features uniquely interpreted sushi rolls that allow the high-quality fish to be the star of the sushi experience. In addition, an innovative beverage menu with a focus on cocktails & highballs highlights the relationship between the technique of the food created by the kitchen and how this is complimented by the beverage selection. This is supplemented by a compelling sake program (designed to demystify the tradition of the Japanese spirit).
A photo of Tanoshii restaurant
• Japanese • Andersonville
Booked 16 times today
* Attention to regulars! If you would like to get seated in front of Mike, please call instead of OT. The BEST way to experience Tanoshii for two people is to order signature "fish and chips" appetizer and 3 Mike's special rolls. (Chefs choice) Tanoshii is often referred to as serving the best sushi in Chicago for over 13 years, crafting fresh Japanese classics in its bright eatery. For delicious starters signature appetizers "fish and chips" and "truffle rose" are highly recommended. Tanoshii’s owner Mike Ham who's also a master sushi chef offers dishes renowned for their deft of fresh ingredients, and omakase dishes. Omakase in different words means chef choice. Chef uses fresh fish for the day and uses their creativity to deliver you the best sushi experience. Tanoshii has been reviewed in the Our Chicago Food Blog and the Chicago Reader. Its welcoming setting features a sushi bar and take-out ser
A photo of Indie Cafe restaurant
• Japanese • Edgewater
Booked 2 times today
The key to Indie Cafe’s success is simple cuisine, elegantly prepared. Chef Iggy Waranon's dishes feature a dynamic combination of savory Thai and simple Japanese cuisine, with an emphasis on the original flavor of the fresh ingredients. Fresh and seasonal fish is often touched by cilantro-infused oils, miso dressing, and Asian citrus for pop and personality. Indie Cafe's fun, casual, and modern Asian interior also lends itself to a comfortable and cozy night with friends. Before the rolls arrive, order up a Ginger or Lychee Martini to whet the appetite. Oh—and for an added bonus, they’re mere steps from the beach.Best New Restaurants, Chicago magazine America's Top Japanese Restaurants, 2008 Zagat
A photo of Q Sushi Bar and Omakase restaurant
• Japanese • Lincoln Square
Booked 3 times today
Q Sushi Bar & Omakase welcomes sushi lovers to try our:Tableside Prix Fixe Tasting Menu or our Sushi Bar Omakase!The Sushi Bar Omakase will be a 16 course meal prepared at the sushi bar for $150/person.The Tableside Prix Fixe Tasting Menu is 2 appetizers, 4 pieces of sashimi, 4 pieces of nigiri, miso soup and 2 makis per person and is $90/person. This is at the tables.We also offer 2 different sake pairings to complement the Omakase menu for $50 (Standard)$90 (Premium)We are currently serving Sake, Beer, Wine, and Whiskey.We require 24 hr advance notice for cancellations or rescheduling. No call/no shows will be charged$45/person (Tables)$75/person (Sushi Bar)For questions, please call 773-681-0206
A photo of Raisu - Chicago restaurant
• Japanese • Irving Park
Booked 11 times today
At Raisu, the focus is on providing the freshest fish and excellent costumer service. Our fish flown in from Japan twice a week. On a level comparable to other high end sushi restaurants, yet for an affordable price. Traditional nigiri (served with freshly grated wasabi) comes with signature toppings. Reserve ahead of time for Omakase, which is available in limited quality.
A photo of Tanuki restaurant
• Japanese • Lakeview / East Lakeview
Booked 13 times today
Tanuki Sushi bar is a Japanese and Asian restaurant that presents dishes that are both authentic and Contemporary in our very own way. Each dish has been delicately chosen and meticulously garnished with innovative intentions. We are very meticulous in our way of choosing the finest ingredients and raw materials so our customers are presented with the finest dishes, as if we were to cook these dishes for our families in our own home.Things to try...Asian EscargotRibeyeSalmon CrudoTuna PokeAvengerSex on the north beachGrizzly Godzilla Terah's Fire CrackerShibuya KatsuCrazy Basil Fried Rice
A photo of Agami Contemporary Sushi restaurant
• Japanese • Uptown
Booked 2 times today
This hip Uptown contemporary Sushi restaurant housed in the former Goldblatt's building continues to impress their guests with innovative Maki rolls, incredibly fresh Nigiri and Sashimi, Asian inspired Entrees from the kitchen and delectable Signature Cocktails. With an Urban/Underwater theme, Agami features a chic lounge, and semi-private and private booths that allow for a more intimate dining experience. No BYOB
A photo of Rollapalooza restaurant
• Japanese • Lakeview / East Lakeview
Booked 2 times today
A photo of AMORE Sushi House restaurant
• Japanese • Belmont Central / Cragin
Japanese restaurant located in Boystown, Chicago with an array of Japanese cocktails. We strive for excellence in food and service. We hope you enjoy your experience with us.
A photo of Nori Sushi - Diversey restaurant
• Japanese • Lincoln Park
Booked 1 time today
Watching the sushi chef lightly create, fold and roll each signature Sushi dish is a fascinating show. It is as if they are between two realities. They effortlessly combine, spread and slice the ingredients into a presentation with the same understanding and mental focus an artist has while drawing, painting or sculpting. The Sushi artists at NORI are both transfixed and upbeat in their purpose, while handing off creation after creation with the knowledge that the appreciation of each presentation is temporary. They must know the vast majority of their work will never receive accolades, show up on a magazine's cover, or be appreciation by a dedicated mass media audience. Still, their art creates an effect, and a physical connection between desire, hunger and appreciation in the minds of those who will consume it. These sushi chefs are it seems, dedicated artists who accept their best presentation, masterpiece and most delicious dish, to which they sign with a
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