This is a traditional Japanese restaurant that focuses on the root of Japanese cuisine. We also like to put forward thinking into it, as well as, incorporating some worldly flavors into it. Slowly we’re trying to change the dynamics of this restaurant and not only have the focus be on the sushi and fresh fish,…

Niu B is more of a Pan-Asian eatery. Our main focus is on Japanese, sushi, Chinese, and a little bit of Korean. We try to get the best, freshest ingredients we can. So we strive to give a good experience for our guests. Whether it’s from our food, our service, our atmosphere, we want them…

I think that our restaurant is so versatile in terms of our clientele in age and demographic, that I think everyone has a different experience and I think that’s unique. The basis of our main menu are the eight different regional cuisines of China and we offer all eight of those cuisines. We’re hospitable, we’re…

Japonais by Morimoto offers its guests the signature cuisine of (Iron Chef) Masaharu Morimoto; a seamless blend of Japanese and Western techniques brought together to create exciting new flavors and culinary experiences. With brand new enhancements, designed by the timeless Jeffrey Beers International, our restaurant features two distinct dining rooms and among the new and…

Chef and Owner Shin Thompson gets furious with some ramen, in this one-on-one. “Furious Spoon is a ramen-focused shop. We focus on the fresh, hand-crafted noodles with our noodle maker that’s imported from Japan. There’s three things that I look for when I go out to eat and that’s cheap, fast and good. If I…

Enso Sushi & Bar’s General Manager, Vassaly, chats about this authentic Japanese restaurant,that has a Chicago twist. “Enso is a place where you can sit back and relax in the presence of good company and good food.  The philosophy behind the name allows us to give back to Chicago in a way where dining is…