Really friendly neighborhood sushi restaurant. We ordered a variety of dishes. All of it was wonderful...
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Sai Cafe was one of the first sushi restaurants to open in Chicago. It is still thriving for a simple reason- quality sushi. Comfortable, relaxed setting. Consistently great sushi rolls and sashimi.
No a bad spot, but service and food can be hit or miss. I have been here dozens of times in the past decade. Sushi is generally very good, but pricey. Liquor is very pricy as well. In general, servers have no personality and are...More
When I lived in chicago just a smidge over a decade ago, this was one of my fave sushi places. My husband and I are visiting and I insisted that we go. I had talked this place up and I was excited to take him...More
Sai Cafe is a great restaurant, and the food is great to. There is nothing exceptional about the ambience, but the waiters and chefs are extremely friendly. There are a bunch of interesting sushi rolls on the menu, so the more adventurous should enjoy the...More
you don't last 30 years in the restaurant business without good quality, good service,etc. James Bee is a master and although he does not go after hype or publicity, anyone who is an experienced sashimi, poke,sushi fan is going to have an eye opening experience....More
The sushi and sashimi variety and quality are unsurpassed. The service is traditional Japanese and excellent. My personal favourites (saba and uni) are always perfect.
Everyone has their favorite sushi place and this is mine. I've been coming here for more years than I wish to reveal, but it's always consistent and delicious. The fish is fresh and wonderful and the flavors are terrific. The staff is always sweet and...More
If you love sushi this is the restaurant to visit. The staff are lovely and the food is out of this world good. Fresh, unique and beautifully served. Do not hesitate just go.
Had a many course meal at the sushi bar with friends that was just amazing. I'm not exactly sure how my friend arranged the meal or if it was a special option for those in the know but basically the amazingness just kept coming and...More