Tsuki | Lincoln Park | Asian, Japanese, Music venue | Restaurant
Sleek Lincoln Park sushi restaurant and lounge.

Our Review

If this 6,000-square-foot triple storefront is any indication, Chicago's sushi mania hasn’t subsided. The space, owned and run by A-One Food Service caterers (suppliers for Whole Foods Market) and siblings Eugene Chua and Agnes Yoshikawa (owners of Ringo), has three rooms (one reserved for late-night clubbers) and a large outdoor lot for al fresco dining. Tiny halogen lights on the gray stucco ceiling look like twinkling stars, and dark blue silk covers the booths around the room's perimeter. The elaborate menu features not just sushi and impressive and delicate maki but also a selection of hot dishes like gindara mushi (steamed shrimp and black cod wrapped in lettuce and drizzled with a zesty yuzu sauce). The lounge, which serves a limited sushi menu, is open till 3 AM Saturday, 2 AM Friday, and 11 PM Sunday through Thursday. A delivery menu is available online at tsuki.us.

Laura Levy Shatkin

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