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Yoshi’s Café

Restaurants, Fusion Boystown
4 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
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Photograph: Allison Williams A full Japanese breakfast at Yoshi's Cafe.

Time Out says

The room is reminiscent of a retirement-home cafeteria, and the menu has multiple personalities, but somehow Yoshi pulls it all together. Considering his 20-plus years in the game putting out mishmashed food long before the term fusion was coined, it’s no shock to see yellowtail with guac or a Wagyu burger topped with a huge chunk of Brie. Thanks to Yoshi’s former gig as a fish guy, seafood sings here, especially seasonal items like fat, juicy mussels in lemongrass curry. Desserts, on the other hand, were disappointing across the board.

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Address: 3257 N Halsted St
Chicago

Cross street: at Aldine Ave
Transport: El stop: Brown, Purple (rush hrs), Red to Belmont. Bus: 8, 77.
Price: Average main course: $25
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Opening hours: Brunch (Sun), dinner (Tue–Sun)
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4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4 / 5

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moderatorStaff Writer

I feel like Yoshi is one of those restaurants that's a neighborhood staple, but I somehow managed to never go here. I came with a group of friends for dinner recently and we had a really nice time at Yoshi. The server was attentive and made great recommendations to the group. We stopped in out a Wednesday night when wine bottles were half price, which was a great find!