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Hachi’s Kitchen

Restaurants, Japanese Logan Square
4 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
Hachi's Kitchen

Thanks to this sister spot in Logan Square, chef Jim Bee’s loyal followers are not limited to catching his cuisine only at Lincoln Park’s legendary Sai Café. The decor is sophisticated but not sceney, the sake and wine lists are packed with ideal sushi partners, and creative starters and maki steal the show from the thick, glossy cuts of expected fish varieties. Try the crunchy-creamy tuna masako, the citrus and sesame oil–kissed chilled octopus, and the slick miso-glazed black cod.


Venue name: Hachi’s Kitchen
Address: 2521 N California Ave
Cross street: between Altgeld St and Logan Blvd
Opening hours: Dinner
Transport: El stop: Blue to California. Bus: 52, 56, 74.
Price: Average nigiri: $2.50
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Ordered take-out from Hachi's on my way to my sister's house this past weekend and loved it! I popped into the space to pick it up and the ambiance was so trendy inside, very suave, you can tell its a super cute date place. Outside they have an adorable patio. The best part is that the building itself looks like it belongs in the heart of Japan - some really cool architecture on a funky street in Logan Square. 

The highlight from the things we ordered included a $2 clear soup, which included clear noodles, mushrooms, and a really lovely light broth. This trumps your typical miso starter soup for sure, it was really lovely! The fresh salmon sashimi was lovely and thick cut and fatty and melted right in my mouth, it was perfect. The halloween roll has tempura green beans in the middle which i've actually never had in a roll before but it was a perfect blend of fresh fish and crunch - this was my favorite roll! The crazy roll was actually crazy; because it was monstrous! It became an actual contest between us to see who could fit the whole thing in their mouth, and despite my big mouth, i could not. But it was filled with lots of yummy fresh fish and veggies and was delightful. 

Overall, I was super pleased with this sushi spot, especially as it has a whole section of their menu that splits out all the vegetarian options. I know lots of vegetarians who have trouble with eating out, so this is definitely going on that list of options so I can win the best friend of the year award.