It was alright. Nori was tough making sushi rolls hard to chew and the tempura was lacking any kind of flavor. If you are cold walking around and need a friendly place to sit down, grab a roll and some tea then it’s fine.
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Stumbled into this place while touring with my wife. We like sushi; but this place was on point while saving $$$ for ur pocket. The black dragon was awsome, dont forget the dumplings and the lime mascarpone lemon cake to close smoothly. Clean, great service...More
Had a lovely dinner date with my husband on my very first night in Chicago! This place is a win - perfectly warmed sake, sashimi, maki rolls and edamame. Many options to choose from and the atmosphere is intimate and but well attended. They have...More
A delicious sit-down meal for ten bucks on Michigan Avenue across from Millennium Park. Popped in at 4:00 on a Sunday and got seated right away. Had the Spicy Basil Chicken, and it was delicious. Very attentive and friendly service.
Famished after a long day in the area, so we stopped to check this place out. It satisfied everyone! We ordered the spring rolls (different, b/c it looked like an unfried egg roll wrapper), egg rolls (mini versions I guess), a chicken teryacki bento box...More
Early dinner. Very attractive setting. The service was fast and polite. We wanted to take out time ordering because we were unfamiliar with this restaurant menu and a little new at sushi. The wait staff checked back several times but not over bearing. Their English...More
We have stopped here for lunch or dinner on every trip we have taken to Chicago for the past 12 years. Always great food with great service. Right on Michigan Ave near the Art Institute and Millennial Park.
I'm Thai and my family used to own a Thai restaurant. We've gone there 3 times when visiting the CHI. Menu is vast with plenty of options. Standard Thai, Japanese food. We like to sit at the outdoor and indoor front; allows for conversation without...More