Arami restaurant One of my favorite sushi places in Chicago. Great food, service, drinks and ambiance Great Omakase, with variety of plates, and great quality of seafood

Name: Arami restaurant

Type: Japanese restaurant

Category: groups/individuals

Child: Appropriate

Music: There is

Beer: There is

work Time:5:00-9:00 pm/Friday, Saturday, 5:00-10:00 pm/Sunday, Monday, closed

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Address Arami restaurant

W Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL 60622، United States

Phone number Arami restaurant

13122431535+

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Recommended foods

Bone mellow and beef tartar, lamb chop and yakisoba duck breast such a delightful. Something different but so good like BBQ eel risotto, softshell crabs dipping with honey wasabi mayo, cooked Japanese sweet shrimp and some fresh white fish nigiri. Desserts like taro cake and gummy gelato ice cream are phenomenal as well
Highly recommend for chef table that will probably fit for six guests

Menu Arami restaurant

Arami restaurant menu 

 Reviews of previous visitors

Review one

Absolutely delicious! It was certainly worth the trip. My far the best sushi I have had in a very, very long time. The staff were all quite nice and knowledge. I can not wait to come back!! Everything was so good especially the otoro

Review to

We had the best dinner at this place , the food was so delicious and so fresh… The staff are so nice and professional!! I really highly recommend it, I think it’s the best one in Chicago!

Review three

Ambitious modern Asian cuisine in West Town. I only go to sushi place if they offer good hot food
Executive Chef Choa Tubtimkuna from Union Sushi + Barbeque Bar at river north now standing here behind the sushi bar. I’m such a big fan of his creativity. We sat on chef table which is on front of him. Starting with oyster and few ingredients make oyster so refreshing

Review four

I thought the place was authentic Japanese sushi, but it was a delicate and fine Japanese-American fusion restaurant. The sushi was fresh, well-prepared, and delicious. The taste of sushi was something I had never tasted anywhere else sushi had various sub-ingredients on top or bottom of the sashimi. It combined the taste of those ingredients and the sashimi texture to express something other than traditional sushi. However, my minor complaint was that the sushi rice was very lightly seasoned, so I could hardly feel the sushi rice feeling. I don’t know if this is the chef’s intention, but personally, it caused a sense of incongruity with the food

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