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Our friends at Chicago Eater have compiled their list. We agree!

1. Tanoshii Sushi

720 W Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60661

Those in the know go to Mike Ham, more affectionately known as Sushi Mike, for his masterful ability to manipulate maki. The oversized rolls come filled with unagi, shrimp tempura and soft shell crab.

2. Juno Sushi

2638 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60614

Chef BK Park is an artist whose palate is fresh fish and a sharp knife for a paintbrush.  Follow-up a selection of nigiri with the signature tako maguro filled with both spicy tuna and octopus.

3. Macku Sushi

2239 N Clybourn Ave, Chicago, IL 60614

 Starting at $65 per person, chef Macku Chan breaks out the big knife to slice fresh seafood into nigriri, sashimi and maki. The regular menu is also rich with fish, from striped bass with braised fig and macadamia nut to sea bream with toasted pine nuts and fried shallots.

4. Yuzu Sushi & Robata Grill

1751 W Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL 60622

Anime artwork, an eclectic soundtrack and BYOB have made Yuzu a neighborhood favorite. The sushi’s great too, of course, featuring an array of exciting, seasonal options.

5. Sushi Dokku

823 W Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60607

While the days of gorging on Godzilla rolls at Sushi Wabi are long gone, the owners kept their sushi dreams alive by opening Sushi Dokku just across the street. Here, the same creativity is translated to hamachi garnished with grapefruit, and black lava sea salt.