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Hamachi Sushi Bar 2801 W Howard Street Chicago, IL 60202

www.HamachiChicago.com

2801 W Howard Street
Chicago, IL 60202

(773) 293-6904













STARTERS / SALADS
Nasu Tempura- Panko Breaded Eggplant Topped with Spicy Salmon, Avocado, Mango Salsa, Sweet Soy Sauce and Hot Red Pepper Sauce 
Avocado Spring Rolls- Avocado, Spinach, Garlic, King Mushroom and Soy Sauce, Served with Spicy Ginger Sauce
Cornflake Artichoke- Cornflake Encrusted Artichoke, Topped with Tuna Tartare 
Crispy Rice- Black and White Crispy Rice, Topped with Spicy Tuna, Avocado, Pineapple Salsa, Honey Wasabi, Sweet Soy 
Bento Starter- 2 pieces each of Crispy Rice, Nasu Tempura, Cornflake Artichoke, Crunchy Shrimp and Crab Rangoon 
Naruto Roll Salad- Avocado, Asparagus, Spinach and Pickled Cucumber Wrapped in Cucumber
Noodle Salad- Fresh Chinese Noodles Topped with Japanese Pickles, Enoki Mushroom, Green Onion, Spinach and Crispy Shiitake Mushroom, Tossed in Sesame Sauce

 MAKI
Sake Maki- Atlantic Salmon and Sesame Seed  
Hamachi Maki- Yellowtail and Sesame Seed
Crunchy Forbidden Rice- Spicy Faux Crab, Avocado, Asparagus, Sweet Soy Sauce and Tempura Crunch
El Niño- Spicy Tuna, Avocado and Sweet Potato Tempura, Topped with Habanero and Red Onion Salsa
Chicago Fire- Tuna, White Tuna, Salmon, Avocado, Jalapeño, Spicy Mayo Wrapped with Seasoned Crunch and Chili Oil 
Bright Eyes- Tuna, Avocado and Cucumber, Topped with Salmon, Green Goddess Sauce and Green Onion Chips
Sweet 2 Deluxe- Sweet Potato Tempura and Shiitake, Topped w. Avocado, Pumpkin Sauce & Sweet Soy Sauce 

SANDWICHES / PASTA
Sushi Burrito- Spicy Tuna, Green Onion, Avocado, Cucumber, Shiitake, Chick Peas, Mango and Roasted Garlic Mayo
Hawaiian Grouper Sandwich- Pan-Seared Grouper, Glazed Pineapple, Red Onion, Pickled Mayo, Pickled Jalapeno 
Ferris Sandwich- Pan-Seared Salmon, Sautéed Mushroom, Onion, Pickle, with Homemade Onion Rings and Spicy Mayo 
Pasta Yasai- Vegetarian Pasta with Marinara, Creamy Mushroom or Aglio e Olio
Pasta Horenso- Linguine in Creamy Spinach Sauce, Sautéed Trumpet Mushroom and Pearl Onion

Truffle Pasta- Linguine, Portobello and Button Mushroom, Tossed in Garlic Soy and Drizzled with Truffle Oil
 

 

information about Hamachi Sushi Bar
RABBINICAL SUPERVISION
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Hours
Monday - Thursday 11:30 am - 9:30 pm
Friday 11:00 am - 1:30 pm (winter), 11:00 am - 3:00 pm (summer)
Saturday (winter only) 7:00 pm - 12:00 am
Sunday 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Cuisine: Japanese/Sushi
Avg. Check: $25 - $35
Attire: Casual

Succah On Succot: No
Nine Days Menu: Yes
Open for Pesach: No

TAKE-OUT / DELIVERY / ON & OFF PREMISES CATERING / PRIVATE PARTY ROOM / HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE

RESERVATIONS Recommended on Weekends
CREDIT CARDS All major


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ABOUT Hamachi Sushi Bar


Chicago sushi lovers have gotten a serious reason to rejoice since the first kosher sushi bar opened in Chicago’s Rogers Park in October 2012. Since its opening, Hamachi Sushi Bar hasn’t stopped impressing the kosher dining community with the highest quality of Japanese cuisine. The majority of Hamachi’s menu constitutes original dishes that were created by their Taiwan-trained head chef, Tee Shakya, who previously worked in New York with Chef Tomizawa. Chef Tee has invented fifteen new sauces to complement his delicious sushi, such as Pineapple, Pumpkin and White Sesame. In 2014, Hamachi Sushi Bar launched Hamachi Sauces, now sold in Jewel-Osco. The line includes Spicy Mayo, Sweet Soy Sauce, Green Goddess Sauce, Honey Wasabi Mayo and Orange Ginger Dressing – all favorites straight from Hamachi’s menu. Hamachi was rightfully nominated for Best New Sushi by Time Out Chicago in 2013. The minimalist modern décor in red, black and white colors, tables decorated with bamboo, and ample light coming through the large windows create a simple yet sophisticated atmosphere. Hamachi satisfies even the most discerning diners with prime fish shipped from Hawaii, New Zealand, Japan and Canada.


To excite both your sight and taste, try the Signature Amazon roll (baked Chilean sea bass, cucumber, avocado and Spicy Mayo, topped with a mushroom duo, crushed onion, habanero mayo and Green Goddess Sauce) or the fresh Bright Eyes (tuna, avocado and cucumber topped with salmon, Green Goddess Sauce and green onion chips). The Crispy Rice starter is a customer favorite, made with black and white rice and topped with spicy tuna, avocado, pineapple salsa, Honey Wasabi Mayo and Sweet Soy Sauce. Customers also make custom, off-menu sushi requests that are so good, they get added to the menu – like the Nachi Maki (faux shrimp tempura in black and white rice and soy paper with six different toppings) and the biggest bite on the Hamachi menu, the Two Amigos (tilapia tempura and spicy tuna topped with tuna, a slice of avocado, seasoned crunch, and Hamachi’s ultimate triumvirate of sauce: Spicy Mayo, Honey Wasabi Mayo and Sweet Soy Sauce).

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However, what makes this pareve establishment special is that the diners’ choice isn’t limited sushi – the restaurant also serves of variety of food from sandwiches to pasta to fish platters. Try their house specialty Grilled Hamachi, glazed with pumpkin teriyaki and served with grilled asparagus, or the Chilean Sea Bass, served with a creamy garlic sauce, to fully appreciate the range of the chef’s skill and creativity. Hamachi is also known for making fabulous sushi platters for any occasion, which can be specified to customers’ vegetarian or gluten free requests. If you are not a Chicago resident, by now you probably wish you were. So the next time you visit the Windy City, let the wind bring you to Hamachi Sushi.


Check out reviews from our Great Kosher Restaurant Foodies Facebook Group:


Video 11/29/16

Review 7/3/16 (Naomi Nachman) 

Review- 4/12/15



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