2101 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL 60647 Directions
Sapporo Miso, Kaiken, Shoyu Dashi Dipping Ramen -Tsuke Men, Vegan Tan Tan Men, Pork Belly Char Siu, Ajitama Marinated Soft Boiled Egg, Alaskan Cod, Shiitake Mushroom, Edamame, Sashimi Carpaccio, Fried Chicken Nuggets -Kara Age, Tokyo Spicy Wing, Pork Belly Buns, Fried Chicken Buns, Hanetsuki Pork Dumpling, Baby Kale & Tofu Salad
Ramen Wasabi has been the "secret gem" among the local and non-local customers in Chicago's new destination spot established in 2010. Ramen Wasabi is one of few Japanese owned Japanese restaurants in Chicago that offers a full array of both classical and contemporary Japanese cuisine to bring a unique Japanese dining experience. The relocated version of this Logan Square Japanese eatery adds bar service and expanded seating along with new street-food menu items to the previous roster of sushi and grilled fare. They are currently first to come first serve only. They only seat complete parties and comfortably seat 8-10 people.
Price: Starts from $1
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820 West Lake Street, Chicago, IL 60607 Directions
Hot and Cold Appetizers, Gobo, Salada, Tofu, Momotaro Oyster, Maguro, Ike Mizudako, Jidori Kimo, Edamame, Miso Soup, Onsen Tamago, Yakiniku, Mishima Strip, Chauhan, Ochazuke, Tamaki Gold Short Grain Steamed Rice, Negi Hamachi, Kanpyo Roll, Chili Tuna, Zuke Salmon, Freshly Grated Wasabi Root, Tuna Donburi, Chirashi, Unagi, Chutoro & Sake No Teriyaki
Momotaro is a multi-dimensional Japanese restaurant located in the West Loop, led by Executive Chef Gene Kato. Momotaro was recently named Restaurant of the Year in both Chicago Magazine and Chicago Social. The world-renowned AvroKO designed the restaurant, also contains a subterranean Izakaya and an elegant second-floor private space that overlooks the main dining room. Momotaro has a high ceiling and Japanese themed warehouse vibes. It has three floors, including the main dining room, a more casual basement izakaya, and a private area upstairs. Gift cards are available. The boardroom can accommodate up to 20 for a seated dinner and up to 30 for a reception-style event.
"Best New Restaurants in America 2015" present at Esquire Magazine - Chicago Tribune 2016 #2 Restaurant in Chicago, Phil Vettel's Top 50
Price: Starts from $3
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730 South Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60605 Directions
Uni, Kampachi, Aji, Maguro, Sake, Hamachi, Albacore, Escolar, Sake Shoyu Zuke, Hirame, Smoked Sake, Ebi, Unagi, Hotate Gai, Tako Madako, Ikura, Masago, Hokkigai, Saba, Amaebi, Tobiko, Tamago, Uzura, Inari, Steamed Rice, Teriyaki Rice, Spicy Mayo, Unagi Sauce, Wasabi Mayo, Tempura Don, Nabeyaki Udon & Zaru Soba
Umai has an excellent Japanese dining experience in Chicago. The interior of Umai has a modern-lofty feel with the artistic decor of Japanese mural on the wall. The dining room has a natural, earthy color, dark high-ceiling, and hanging lights that make the dining elevated, warm and hip atmosphere, providing an intimate and fun dining experience for any occasion. The chefs integrate classic Japanese techniques with international flavors to create stunning, mouth-watering bites for an eclectic crowd. They serve in 2 locations within Chicago. They offer dine-in, full bar, delivery & carry out.
Price: Starts from $1.50