Chicago's 10 Best Sushi Restaurants
Chef SangTae Park began exploring Japanese cuisine in his hometown of Busan, South Korea, before moving to Chicago to work at several of the city’s top sushi spots and opening his own ventures in Highland Park and Niles. His West Loop debut marks his first exclusively omakase experience, and as such, he and the team dedicate themselves to getting it right. Guests can look forward to a tasting menu featuring upwards of 16 courses, which Park changes frequently based on the day’s best finds. Beyond the nigiri (which is bound to impress), indulge in comforts like tamago, miso soup, and dessert.
Only a handful of seats line the sushi counter at this Michelin-starred hideaway, where chef SangTae Park puts forth a 16-course tasting menu journeying through starters, sushi, and sweets. Though the selection changes on the daily, you can always expect highly flavorful cuts like otoro, kanpachi, king salmon, and madai, among others small-plate enticements.
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