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Posted by C. Celmer on 09/17/2010
I still love this restaurant, even though it's under new management. I miss the old salads, but the salmon teriyaki is great! Ditto for the California roll.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/26/2010
I ordered the miso ramen and my husband ordered the "regular" ramen. Both of us were disappointed. It came with instant ramen noodles (the kind you can get a walgreens) and the soup was just miso paste + water which is something I can make at home easily. The regular ramen stock was ok, but tasted like instant beef flavored ramen. The slice of pork in the miso ramen was not what I expected - it was not pork belly, but some other part, which was very dry. The regular ramen came with 2 dry slices of beef. On the plus side, the serving size is generous - it came in a giant bowl with lots of veggies (green onions, cabbage, spinach, broccoli, bamboo shoots, mushrooms), a sliced boiled egg, and naruto slices. The service is nice as well. Also, it was relatively cheap compared to other places (approx. $8, most places charge at least $10) I'm only critiquing the ramen, not the restaurant as a whole because I have not tried anything else.
Posted by Mary Harris on 10/11/2008
My husband and I choose Tokyo Marina when we want great food, attentive unobtrusive service and quiet time for us. He always said he hated Japanese food but loves the noodle and rice dishes at Tokyo. We enjoy plum wine, I get my favorite sushi and maki, and we're always totally satisfied, especially when the bill comes. What a gem for Chicago!
Posted by PulSamsara on 05/13/2008
We usually venture down to Matsuya (just south of Addison on Clark) Tonight we ran into a tide of Cub (night game) and decided to venture North. This place is nice ! Quiet - comfortable - and very tasty. We'll be back !
Posted by Anne on 11/16/2007
This is such a great little sushi restaurant. The food is delicious and at good prices. The restaurant does not have a lot of atmosphere. However, what's lacking in atmosphere is made up for in quality and prices. If you don't care about sitting in an ultra hip sushi place and you really just like good Japanese food, this is the place for you. I personally am willing to trade off soft blue lighting, bad techno music, and snobby waitstaff and customers for great food at great prices... but that's just me. :)
Posted by Anonymous on 09/24/2007
Great japanese food without the stuffiness you find at some sushi or japanese places. The only downside is that it would appear that they do not have authentic japanese sushi chefs. The sushi is still as good as any you would find for the price.
Posted by moe on 09/07/2006
A fairly economical sushi joint in the heart of andersonville, good food and decent prices, the atmosphere is lacking a bit but if you sit at the windows youll enjoy a view of clark street and all the passer byes ;)