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Sushi Wabi (CLOSED)

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  • Japanese, Sushi
  • 842 W Randolph St, CHICAGO IL60607 41.884587 -87.649419
  • (At N Green St)
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  • (312) 563-1224
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User Ratings (Based on 6 reviews)

Food 3.6 Value 2.5
Service 3.2 Atmosphere 3.4

Other Restaurant Info

(312) 563-1224
(312) 563-9579
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC Delivery ($2 Fee) Daily: 5pm-9pm
Mon-Wed: 11:30am-2pm+5pm-10pm Thu: 11:30am-2pm+5pm-11pm Fri: 11:30am-2pm+5pm-12am Sat: 5pm-12am Sun: 5pm-10pm
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Catering, Delivery, Late Night, Live Music, Take Out, Trendy, Wheelchair Accessible
Min Delivery:
Delivery Area:
Chicago Ave to 18th St, Damen to Lake Michigan

User Reviews

  • Sushi Wabi

    Posted by valiuoe on 07/22/2011

    Bad Choice on Randolph

    Not all restuarants on Randolph Street are worth the trip - especially this one! Prices are way out of line considering the poor quality, presentation, service and lack of flavor. Far better sushi choices in Chicago. Skip it.

  • Sushi Wabi

    Posted by Anonymous on 03/13/2010

    Best sushi in Chicago!

    Hands down best sushi in town! Pricey, but worth it!

  • Sushi Wabi

    Posted by sushi lover on 09/18/2008

    Wonderful! Some of Chicago's Best Sushi

    I have been to Sushi Wabi twice and had delivery once. All three times I have had wonderful sushi. It is a bit pricey, but the freshness of the fish the large size of the rolls make it well worth it. The rolls are amazing and presented beautifully! I will be a repeat customer for awhile.

  • Sushi Wabi

    Posted by sking on 05/10/2007


    I went here because of the good reviews I've heard and it was really disappointing - especially for what you pay. For what you're paying, you should be getting something above mid-tier. It's nothing like Mirai or Hama Matsu, but it should be quality stuff. The rice was really bland. Sushi rice should contain sugar, salt, and rice wine vinegar just enough to so if you ate it plain or in a bowl (like chirashi), it should have flavor and be really sticky. Their rice tasted like it lacked the key ingredients that make sushi rice. Not to mention it was mushed and sloppy. The rice was the same quality as rice in supermarket sushi. The fish was a little better (thankfully), but the variety was very standard. A good sushi place should have signature and inventive specialties. Measuring a sushi place by their dragon and rainbow rolls is like measuring a steakhouse solely by their hamburgers; it's incomplete and a short measure. Considering the restaurant is by all the quality fishmongers in Chicago, you would expect the fish to be fresher too. Like I said though, I could deal with a lot of these traits if I wasn't paying as much as I did. I'll go again if someone else is paying, but otherwise, no thanks.

  • Sushi Wabi

    Posted by Anonymous on 09/25/2006


    YUMMY. I hadn't had sushi for a month and it definitely satisfied my craving, and left me wanting more. Just a little pricey and service was a little slow-which is nice if you don't need anything.

  • Sushi Wabi

    Posted by Julie on 02/23/2006

    I love Sushi Wabi!

    Sushi Wabi is my favorite place for sushi. The maki rolls are outstanding, especially the Dragon, Rainbow and Godzilla. The sushi is extremely fresh and you can watch them prepare it at the sushi bar. The staff is excellent - great service and quick. It may be slightly pricey, but well worth it. Overall, an excellent place.

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