30 "Sushi" Restaurants in Chicago.
Kyoten is an expensive omakase-only sushi restaurant in Logan Square. It’s definitely worth it for a special occasion.
Naoki is a fancy but expensive sushi restaurant inside the Belden Statford building in Lincoln Park.
Does eating at Sunda feel like eating in the club? Yes, but you don't have to love the ChampagnePapi lifestyle to love this restaurant.
Excellent sushi in an unlikely spot. This tiny restaurant at the bottom of the Hilton hotel on Mies van der Rohe Way street is worth a trip for any real sushi fan.
Omakase Takeya is a high-end sushi spot underneath Ramen Takeya in the West Loop.
Omakase Yume is a very good omakase-only sushi restaurant in the West Loop.
Sushi-san is an upbeat restaurant in River North with high-quality sushi and tasty small plates.
Roka Akor is a trendy Japanese restaurant in River North that has great food but is also expensive.
Exceptional sushi, as long as the fish itself is what you care about the most.
Momotaro is like a Japanese Discovery Zone. You may need to sample the menu a bit, but hit your stride and it’s a great meal.
Raisu is a casual spot in Albany Park that serves high-quality sushi.
Radio Anago is a sushi spot in River North from the same people who own Bavette’s and Au Cheval.
Juno is a quality sushi spot in Lincoln Park. It's casual but pricy at the same time.
Kyoto is our go-to neighborhood sushi spot. It might look average, but the food is much better than that.