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So my cousin was a guest critic on "Check Please", he reviewed this Japanese restaurant called Meiji on 623 Randolph in Chicago.

To be honest, I was extremely skeptical since my cousin's taste in sushi, far differs from mine. He really prefers the makimono rolls and I tend to lean more to sashimi.

Well to say the least, he totally raves about this place. But doubting the review myself, Shane and I decided to see if it really warranted the title "The Godzilla of all Sushi places".

We went there for dinner on Monday, 10/11/05, we made reservations for 7:30pm and specifically told them that we were bringing our 5 year old daughter with us. There is a specific request that there be no children under 10 years old since it's primarily an adult setting, so right there I really wasn't too thrilled about the place and already expected to get treated like shit but since they took my reservation with the pre-knowledge , I figured we were good to go.

We arrived, got seated immediately, server got us our drink order promptly as well as our soup order. The soup was called sakura chawan. For appetizers we ordered, asparagus ribeye and katsu toji. For the makimono rolls we ordered the yuri, king eel, haru, red dragon and fire dragon. For dessert we both had ginger creme brulee and Brie had strawberry mochi w/ strawberry creme and I also ordered the Raspberry white chocolate liquer.

I have to honestly say the meiji's specialty makimono rolls were fabulous, the desserts were excellent, the service was impeccable, the ambience was fantastic and as pricey as it was, it was definitely worth it.

The owner was walking the dining room asking how everything was, the server was very knowledgeable and explained what every roll was and what was in it. They bought each makimono roll out individually.

My favorite was the king eel and the haru roll. What's so special about the haru roll is that it has no rice it has salmon, tuna, alaskan king crab wrapped in cuccumber in a cuccumber vinegarette sauce.

Is it the "Godzilla of all sushi places"? It doesn't really compare with anything else, it's in a class by itself so far. It's definitely king in terms of their signature makimono rolls.

Shane and I highly recommend this place, but be prepared to bring $$$ and leave the kids at home unless you want preferred seating for dinner between 5pm-6:30pm.

Here's the link to metromix for Meiji


Definitely and highly recommended!!!!

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now can you type that in english? And meji's has sushi?
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A lesson in Sushi 101


Here's the translation:

Sushi = Nowadays sushi can be defined as a dish containing rice which has been prepared with sushi vinegar.

Sashimi = thinly sliced, raw seafood. Many different kinds of fish (and other types of seafood) are served raw in the Japanese cuisine. Of course, the fish has to be as fresh as possible. Sashimi can be eaten just as sashimi or as nigiri zushi

Nigiri = Small rice balls with fish, etc. on top. There are countless varieties of nigirizushi, some of the most common ones being tuna, shrimp, eel, squid, octopus and fried egg.

Gunkan = Small cups made of sushi rice and dried seaweed filled with seafood, etc. There are countless varieties of gunkanzushi, some of the most common ones being sea urchin and various kinds of fish eggs.

Norimaki = Sushi rice and seafood, etc. rolled in dried seaweed sheets. There are countless varieties of sushi rolls differing in ingredients and thickness. Sushi rolls prepared "inside out" are very popular outside of Japan, but rarely found in Japan.

Temaki = Temakizushi (literally: hand rolls) are cones made of nori seaweed and filled with sushi rice, seafood and vegetables.

Oshizushi = pressed sushi, in which the fish is pressed onto the sushi rice in a wooden box.

Inari = Inarizushi is a simple and inexpensive type of sushi, in which sushi rice is filled into aburaage (deep fried tofu) bags.

Chirashi = Chirashizushi is a dish in which seafood, mushroom and vegetables are spread over sushi rice.

All info care of Japan-Guide.com.

There will be a test in a following thread.

I'm just a very avid sushi lover, been eating the stuff since I was 5 years old. I've made consuming sushi a great hobby of mine.

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fyi, the owner's name you spoke of is alan.

next time you go there ask for eugene for a server. actually, i wouldn't be surprised if he was your server. he's a REAL skinny korean guy.
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We actually had a lady for a server. Seemed like she was new but still excellent service. Alan, "the owner" was kind enough to comp our desserts because of my cousin which was pleasantly unexpected.

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Isn't the literal translation of "sushi" rice?

I saw that episode. So that was your cousin? They said on the show no children.

Their specialty rolls did look interesting. I have tried Sushi Wabi in the city and was impressed with some of their specialty rolls.

In the western burbs I like Yokohama in Westmont.

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Isn't the literal translation of "sushi" rice?

I saw that episode. So that was your cousin? They said on the show no children.

Their specialty rolls did look interesting. I have tried Sushi Wabi in the city and was impressed with some of their specialty rolls.

In the western burbs I like Yokohama in Westmont.
Yup, that was my cousin Ed. And yes they did say no kids but I made sure it was ok when I was making reservations. Anyway, Brie's been goin' out with us to fine dining establishments since she was 3. She knows how to behave or she doesn't get to go anymore. I have yet to have an incident, knock on wood .

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This is all so utterly confusing...

BTW how does this Meiji restaurant compare to the big buffet in Woodfield (if you've been there... forgot the name)?

I don't have much experience in sushi besides that Woodfield buffet but I am a fan.
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But especially if lots of hot asian chicks frequent this Meiji restaurant... :devillook
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I think hes saying, hes having gay sex with your dad. Or your dad is picking up some "rice" milk at his house.
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Todai, they're about to open one in Skokie.

This place should blow Todai out of the water.

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This is all so utterly confusing...

BTW how does this Meiji restaurant compare to the big buffet in Woodfield (if you've been there... forgot the name)?

I don't have much experience in sushi besides that Woodfield buffet but I am a fan.
Todai doesn't even compare to Meiji. No comparison. Todai is too mainstream and it's sushi for amateurs or if you wanna just get full. But for a real sushi experience definitely go to Meiji.

Seriously though the only place where there's been quality sushi in a buffet environment is either in the Philippines or Japan. How's that for authenticity.

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Todai, they're about to open one in Skokie.

This place should blow Todai out of the water.
Todai isn't even in the same body of water.

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How much $$ are we talking about? $70ish per person?

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Todai is Old Country Buffett for zipperheads.
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Our bill came out to about $150 with tip, well worth it though. When Shane and I usually go out for sushi we typically spend about $100 between the 2 of us with tip, so Meiji's actually not that bad.

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Actually with all this Meiji talk, I'm thinking of heading back down there tonight for some food. UMM yummy!

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meiji also has a pretty nice selection of higher end sake's... cold, hot, unfiltered...

fyi, fri and sat nites after 10:30-11pm meiji becomes a lounge
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Like I said, I'm new to the whole sushi thing but I've really liked some of the mainstream sushi I have eaten such as Todai.

Didn't expect the difference to be that great, looks like I have something to look forward to.
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Actually with all this Meiji talk, I'm thinking of heading back down there tonight for some food. UMM yummy!

You and Shane need to call me so I can be the third wheel!
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Actually we decided to save it for another time but if you're up for it, I'll definitely give you a call when we go down there again. BTW, you can be the 3rd wheel anytime if you don't mind.

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Like I said, I'm new to the whole sushi thing but I've really liked some of the mainstream sushi I have eaten such as Todai.

Didn't expect the difference to be that great, looks like I have something to look forward to.
I may put together a dinner get together for Meiji sometime in the next couple of weeks. It'll most likely be during the weekday like a Monday night so it's not as busy and they can accomodate a group of sushi lovers.

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I just got back from MOSHI MOSHI had a drink. mmm good, tried to meet Ken so I could pay for the Group buy... No luck, at least I got a MOSHI MOSHI though, me and one of my boys caged it... He liked the drink too.....


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I just got back from MOSHI MOSHI had a drink. mmm good, tried to meet Ken so I could pay for the Group buy... No luck, at least I got a MOSHI MOSHI though, me and one of my boys caged it... He liked the drink too.....


Sorry I missed playing pool and Shane this weekend.....

Glad you guys enjoyed it. Don't worry about playing pool, we own the table it ain't goin' anywhere. You're welcome to come by and play anytime. As for last weekend, no worries, Shane ended up not making it there on Saturday but Shane, Brie and I went on Sunday to watch Kim, Nolan, Erin, Brian, Andrew and Butchf railing it thru.

BTW, answer your damned phone every once in a while.

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Hey, I saw that Check Please show! That was your cousin?? Cool. His review certainly piqued my interest in going to Meiji one evening.

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Hey, I saw that Check Please show! That was your cousin?? Cool. His review certainly piqued my interest in going to Meiji one evening.

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Yup Edward de la Cruz, the Kung Fu Instructor, is my cousin. You really should go there, totally worth it!!!

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