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 Post subject: Sushi Spots
PostPosted: Sun May 14, 2017 12:22 pm 
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We've been on a sushi kick lately but have run out of new places out here in white man's land. Anyone have any recommendations or unique places they've tried?

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I assume you've been to Shinto on Rte 59?

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I assume you've been to Shinto on Rte 59?


Indeed. Big fan.

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 Post subject: Re: Sushi Spots
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Arami is really good.

If you're really into sushi you should try to get to Katsu before Katsu dies or retires. It's expensive as hell, but well worth it. There's not a better sushi restaurant in the Chicago area. Katsu is a true artist.

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Arami is really good.

If you're really into sushi you should try to get to Katsu before Katsu dies or retires. It's expensive as hell, but well worth it. There's not a better sushi restaurant in the Chicago area. Katsu is a true artist.


Would love to try Katsu. Only problem is I feel like an amateur at places like that sometimes. You should meet us there and help me make sure I don't order like a doofus.

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i assume you have never herd of WHILE FOODS ??

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IMU wrote:
I assume you've been to Shinto on Rte 59?

Shinto sucks.

I'm a bigfan of Hokaii in Glen Ellyn on Roosevelt.

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leashyourkids wrote:
Joe Orr Road Rod wrote:
Arami is really good.

If you're really into sushi you should try to get to Katsu before Katsu dies or retires. It's expensive as hell, but well worth it. There's not a better sushi restaurant in the Chicago area. Katsu is a true artist.


Would love to try Katsu. Only problem is I feel like an amateur at places like that sometimes. You should meet us there and help me make sure I don't order like a doofus.



I wanna come . Take us JORR please

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Sushi Ai in Palatine.

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i assume you have never herd of WHILE FOODS ??


did you RATE the BREAKFAST there??

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guessing the white suburben kids arent SEAFOOD experts??????............lol

u want a slice? go to chicago!!!

u want DA FISH you gotta talk to JUAN in AZ!!! brings it FRESH from senora!!!!!!!! with extra tarder sauce!!!! lol

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Sakuma's on 59

Sushi by Chef Soon at Seven Bridges


I haven't been to the former in a while but they used to cater the Sox Japanese players in the clubhouse.

The latter is excellent.

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Jurin on Randall in Geneva is pretty solid.


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Douchebag wrote:
IMU wrote:
I assume you've been to Shinto on Rte 59?

Shinto sucks.

I'm a bigfan of Hokaii in Glen Ellyn on Roosevelt.


It used to be good? I haven't been in about 5 or 6 years though.

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leashyourkids wrote:
Joe Orr Road Rod wrote:
Arami is really good.

If you're really into sushi you should try to get to Katsu before Katsu dies or retires. It's expensive as hell, but well worth it. There's not a better sushi restaurant in the Chicago area. Katsu is a true artist.


Would love to try Katsu. Only problem is I feel like an amateur at places like that sometimes. You should meet us there and help me make sure I don't order like a doofus.



I wanna come . Take us JORR please


We should do that for sure.

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 Post subject: Re: Sushi Spots
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Its cheaper to just go to Japan than to Katsu.


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Hatchetman wrote:
Its cheaper to just go to Japan than to Katsu.


4 course sashimi for $120. For an occasional meal, that's not terrible.

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leashyourkids wrote:
Hatchetman wrote:
Its cheaper to just go to Japan than to Katsu.


4 course sashimi for $120. For an occasional meal, that's not terrible.


The cuts of fish are about the size of your finger nail I bet.

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leashyourkids wrote:
Hatchetman wrote:
Its cheaper to just go to Japan than to Katsu.


4 course sashimi for $120. For an occasional meal, that's not terrible.


The cuts of fish are about the size of your finger nail I bet.


Probably true. I'm ok with that though. I don't look to gorge on raw fish. Get the sashimi with a couple cheaper sides.

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Katsu is phenomenal.

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I enjoy TL's in Bartlett. Plus if you have a non-sushi eater with you they have traditional cantonese dishes.


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there used to be a place in the shaumburg malll that was a sushi buffet but was like 30 bucks so it was fairly decent. not sure if its still htere. this was like 8 years ago. we have no high quality sushi places in the quad cities. i have been to hokai and it was really good.


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Sushi Ya in Schaumburg is good.


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