Sushi Dokku

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N.º 104 de 21425 sitios para comer en Chicago
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Sushi, Japonesa, Opciones vegetarianas
$$$$ Precio medio: $25-50
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823 W Randolph St
Chicago, Illinois, Estados Unidos
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Batcolumn es uno de los lugares más excitantes que suelen visitar los turistas. Ven a este establecimiento y prueba su cocina japonesa. Merece la pena venir a este restaurante solo por su casero pulpo asado, su perfectamente elaborada albacora y sus famosos sushi nigiri. Gran parte de sus invitados dicen que los camareros te ofrecen aquí un helado generoso. Este lugar es conocido por su espectacular bourbon, su estupendo vino y su deliciosa cerveza. Saborea despacio el excelente que aquí sirven pensando solo en tu disfrute.

Sushi Dokku tiene envío a domicilio para así dar un mejor servicio a sus clientes. Las calificaciones tan altas de este lugar serían imposibles de lograr sin un extraordinario personal. Su magnífico servicio es algo que estos restauradores saben cuidar. Las opiniones sobre este lugar mencionan su divina decoración como un plus enorme. Este restaurante ha ganado el premio Bib Gourmand por sus sabrosos platos a un precio moderado.

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I love the sushi at Sushi Dokku. Well actually I go to the bar downstairs every time I go. This has actually been the first week in the last 4 weeks that I haven't been there. But then again it's only Friday and we have 2 more days until the week is out. So we never know. I love the Miso Salmon. It's super flavorful with fresh salmon. I've also ordered the ramen, which is good. Not the best I've ever had but with the Dj, sushi, and drinks it's good. ;) I also order the pear drink which is really good and sneaks up on you. I do recommend getting there early if you want a seat downstairs or making reservations. They do have a bar, and I've never had a reservation but it can get pretty crowded at boozebox.
This is a really trendy, hip spot to come for some good sushi in the west loop! It's a little pricey, but not out of range of the other higher-end restaurants in the area. The restaurant is pretty dark and has loud music playing in the background. We sat at the counter which I suggest doing as well because there is ample table space available, you're not sitting on top of other people at the counter, and you get to watch the chefs work their magic (especially when making sushi rolls). My recommendation: get the edamame as a starter, because for $4, you get a huge amount to share while waiting for your dish (we had ample leftovers). Heads up that while they are good, the outside casing is very salty! Here's a breakdown of the rolls we ordered: Ecuador - this is a really hearty roll with two kinds of fish in it. There was tons of Tobiko on top, which made the roll really crunchy. Seared Salmon & Albacore - this is extremely spicy!! To be honest, I couldn't even appreciate the taste of the fish because the chili ponzu overpowered the roll. I wouldn't order this if you are not a fan of spicy! Panko Onion - this was one of my favorite rolls. I loved the garlic mayonnaise garnish on top, although on some rolls it was almost too much mayo. There were delicious and crunchy vegetables packed in which made for a really nice balance of flavor and texture. Crispy Maguro - my other favorite roll of the night! The tuna was fresh and delicious. It reminded me the most of a classic tuna roll with a little bit of extra flavor. Great spot to come for sushi! I would love to come back to try more rolls.
I have a very peculiar taste for sushi; it's very difficult to describe. The fish has to have enough fish flavor, but not be too fishy. There needs to be variety: you can't just change the topping on a salmon roll from spicy mayo to cream cheese and call it a Philadelphia roll. There should be flavor to the food, but not in a way that may overpower the softer flavor of the fish. Given this at times contradictory requirements, Sushi Dokku manages to pull through and provide not only tasteful dishes, but also gives a fantastic dining experience. I've been here twice and have yet to order a dish that disappoints. If you're dropping in for a table for 2, I recommend going for a bar seat. Sashimi - all fish were fresh and tasted fantastic. The Ebi in particular came with the head fried on the side, which was extremely tasty. Hamachi nigiri - fantastic flavor, not very traditional but an interesting pairing to have grapefruit with yellowtail. Ecuador - probably the equivalent of a rainbow roll, this is a must-order if you're looking at the Maki's. Miso Salmon - I'd skip this one, the miso flavor overpowers the fish flavor; still yummy though. Crispy Maguro - Good texture, good if you want some tuna flavor Northern California - it's soft-shell crab... what can I say? Pork Katsu Ramen - a hard rule I've never broken, but I ordered a bowl of ramen at a sushi establishment. It was good! The secret to good ramen is that the broth needs to be pipping hot - and it was. Sushi Dokku thus imho offers fantastic sushi at a slightly high price point. Given the creativity in some of their dishes and the quality of the food served, it is a bill I'd gladly pay any day.
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823 W Randolph St, Chicago, Illinois, Estados Unidos
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