The fish counter at the Evanston Center Jewel has got you covered.
Challenged to create a dish with yuzu, chef Christian Ragano uses it in a dish inspired by a sandwich he hated as a child.
Edgewater’s Herb wants to “redefine” Thai
Ani, Arami’s younger brother, brings all-purpose Japanese to Lakeview.
Japonais by Morimoto: At the top of the sushi food chain
Kinmont falls short of doing great things with sustainable seafood.
Come for the bivalves at West Town’s new oyster bar, but then jump ship.
The Chop Shop’s multidisciplinary butcher/bar/restaurant/performance space does a lot—and does a lot with a little.
Pick a meatball, any meatball (but probably not the shrimp kind) at J. Rocco.
Juno, the post-Arami comeback from B.K. Park, is a work in progress.
At Vu Sua, Macku Chan channels the 90s.
One bite: raw salmon yeoneo hwe
Lake Michigan salmon: just how much can you eat?