Midori Japanese Restaurant

Midori Japanese Restaurant (prices + menu + location)

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Midori Japanese Restaurant Good Japanese restaurant! Food is fresh Service was great Very friendly and fast

Name: Midori Japanese Restaurant

Type: Japanese restaurant

Category: groups/individuals

Child: Appropriate

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Beer: There is

work Time: 4:00-9:00 pm

Official website: click here

Location : click here

Address Midori Japanese Restaurant

W Bryn Mawr Ave, Chicago, IL 60659،United States

Phone number Midori Japanese Restaurant

17732679733+

Midori Japanese Restaurant

Good food! The owner and head chief are awesome!!! Recommending all my family and friends!

Recommended foods

The best and freshest sushi! Chef Roberto knows how to serve you and the waitress are super nice as well, loved everything about this sushi place. Can officially say this is my favorite sushi place I been too

Great fresh fish, excellent service. Very traditional but in a town with hip sushi creations on every blick that can be a good thing

Menu Midori Japanese Restaurant

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 Reviews of previous visitors

Review one

Fantastic family dinner was had by all! Sashimi was delicious, combo E was the best option if you’re really hungry and the beef sukiyaki was incredible. Service is great and everyone is so friendly and accommodating. The Tatami room was really comfy too

Review to

Great food and fantastic service. I recommend the OBento box.. it has a little of everything – sushi, tempura, sashimi, veggies, miso soup, protein, and rice

Review three

Amazing food. The Chicken Katsu and the Katsudon (and the salad & miso soup that comes with both dishes) were delicious. Good service, easy parking right in front (metered)

Review four

A hidden gem in the north park- Peterson park area. Small only 9 tables but have a floor sit down area for over 5 people parties, giving you the full experience of a Japanese restaurant. The waitresses are dressed as geishas, a very nice touch to the experience. The food might take a few extra minutes when the restaurant is busy but it is worth it. Only thing I didn’t like was the soup that is served before the main course like, I think they used tofu instead of meat, which resulted in a very weird taste of the soup. It is reasonably priced and family friendly. Definitely recommend if you’re in the area looking for good food

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