Katsu

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Details
2651 W Peterson Ave (btwn N Talman Ave & N Washtenaw Ave)
Chicago, IL 60659
(773) 784-3383
Sushi
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 5:00 PM–9:30 PM Fri–Sat: 5:00 PM–9:45 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Katsu continues to churn out uncompromising sushi in an unassuming building on the Far North Side for a quarter-century and counting. [Eater 38 Member]
  • We got 3 rolls and the 8 pc omakase and it was beautiful and satisfying. The seafood quality and the staff were amazing!
  • The best Japanese Restaurant in Chicago. Located 10 minutes north of the city. They fly in fresh fish from the Tokyo market and the chef owner Katsu is always there. He actually butchers all the fish
  • best sushi in town
  • Sit at the bar and do the omakase. Life changing experience.
  • Michael Kornick, chef of MK, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Japanese matsutaki soup.
  • Omakase!! Won best food over Alinea, Zagat 2014
  • The selections at this low-key spot lean toward simple, authentic Japanese fare, prepared with great skill. The chefs signature sushi platter is highly recommended.
  • Think you've had good sushi in Chicago? Have you been here? If not, you haven't. Eat here and you'll know what I mean.
  • They serve really fresh sushi. Imo, it's a very traditional sushi place, very simple and less fancy. It's good but I probably wouldn't go back again.
  • Chawanmushi Teapot soup
  • Unassuming location and design with the freshest sushi in all of Chicago. Pretty expensive but worth the experience.
  • One of the best authentic sushi spots in Chicago! Get the nigiri sampler.
  • The sushi was amazing. Top 5 sushi places ever!!!
  • Get the sashimi omaska ... Freshest seafood in town.
  • What's in a name? Katsu (the dish) is great. Sashimi is fantastic.
  • Pricey but good quality.
  • Their sake is very pricey.
  • Mushroom soup. It's seasonal and available now.this is an experience not just a dish.
  • Don't bother coming unless you're willing and able to splurge on the chef's signature sashimi omakase ($80+). It is the best selection of fish I've ever had.