My friend and I stopped by for a weeknight dinner to explore the expansive menu. The menu includes most of what you'd expect on a sushi restaurant menu including maki rolls, nigiri and sashimi, as well as some items you might not, including tonkotsu ramen, and small hot plates such as foie gras, rib eye, and seared duck breast. The menu is large so I advise skimming it before arriving!
After our attentive server offered a few menu suggestions, we started with the garlic edamame, and two pieces of hamachi nigiri. The edamame was very garlic-y so if that's not your thing, stay away. The hamachi was served with miso, black pepper, scallion and truffle oil soy sauce, but we felt the truffle flavor was hard to pick up on.
|Spicy Tuna Ravioli|
X'Mas: spicy tuna, spicy snow crab, cucumber, topped with lobster, avocado, masago, and sweet soy sauce
Fiesta: spicy tuna, lobster, avocado, cilantro, super white tuna, red tobiko, and wasabi aioli
Latin Heat: smoked salmon, escolar, jalapeno, avocado, cilantro, and spicy mayo
Can you sense a theme? We like spice! Our sushi was delicious, flavorful and colorful. They went the extra mile with the plating for this course too!
|X'Mas, Fiesta, and Latin Heat Maki|
|Cookie Dough Egg Rolls|
Note: my meal at Miku Sushi was complimentary; however, the opinions expressed herein are my own.
4514 N. Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625