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Pricey and sophisticated Thai from chef Arun Sampanthavivat.
Long-standing, well-regarded Old Town sushi house with outdoor garden.
Upscale Vietnamese cuisine in a strikingly decorated location that conjures a nostalgic vision of French-occupied Saigon.
Gracious, untrendy north-side sushi place beloved for its superbly fresh fish and creative cooked dishes.
Pan-Asian restaurant that turns into a lounge after 11.
New sushi restaurant from a veteran of Kaze, Mirai Sushi, and Heat.
A liquid nitrogen station put to liberal use, vacuum-frozen squash foam, a dessert called "chili-cheese nachos" . . . welcome to "molecular gastrologist" Homaro Cantu's restaurant/lab/fun house.
The former Shikago is now a more casual pan-Asian restaurant serving breakfast in addition to a lunch and dinner menu dominated by sushi.
Upscale pan-Asian in the Peninsula Hotel.
Dinner 'n' a show, Japanese-American style. Knife-wielding cooks prepare dinner at your table.
Fresh, flavorful, and relatively grease-free pan-Asian options in Roscoe Village.
Subpar Chinese food in a room that looks like a 60s airport cocktail lounge.
Upscale, seasonal southern Thai.
Karaoke bar with private rooms for an hourly rate of $5 per person; wine, beer, sake, and some Korean menu items are available.
"New Asian" from Billy Dec's Rockit Ranch Productions.
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