Makisu Sushi

7150 Carpenter Rd
Skokie, IL 60077
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Stylish Sushi Spot in Skokie
Makisu Sushi Lounge & Grill offers the highest level Japanese cuisine to the near north suburbs of Chicagoland bordering the prestigious neighborhoods of Skokie, Lincolnwood, Niles, Edgebrook, Sauganash, & Edison Park. The lounge area provides a comfortable custom designed dining experience filled with warm colors & sociable seating, as well as areas to fit parties while maintaining the privacy of each group. The decor is simple & elegant with a color scheme throughout to match the accent of the traditional Makisu; a tool used to roll maki. Executive Chef & managing partner David (Sang) Kim has many accolades to his name, now adding Makisu. We buy only the finest ingredients & spare no expense to ensure quality & taste. Each ingredient is sourced from select marketplaces to provide freshness & an unbeatable flavor.This difference is immediately recognizable to the sushi connoisseur
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Customer Reviews (5 reviews)


on Citysearch Dec 20, 2009
In this day and age of supermarket sushi, its refreshing to see the sushi brought back to the mantle of elegance, Prepared with skill similar to when the dish was executed by a master Sushi chef. Every dish presented... (more)

skokie resident

on Citysearch Dec 20, 2009
I have been eating sushi for about 20 years and I have found a sushi bar, Makisu, that is as close to Japanese style and quality as I ever have found in the US. This establishment is very gracious with new eaters, serve... (more)


on Citysearch Dec 17, 2009
Makisu is a great place to go to for a sushi fix. Their sushi is really good, one of the best I've had. The ambience is not bad either, love the decorations. So if you guys are around the Skokie area, hit up Makisu in Village... (more)


on Citysearch Jun 04, 2009
Let me just start by saying I was praying this place was going to be good, because I spend so much time in village crossing. I passed by on my way somewhere else and first impressions where its clean and looks cute, I'll go... (more)


on Citysearch Mar 09, 2009
I was passing where my old favorite Chinese restaurant used to be in Village Crossing when I found this place replaced it. My first impression with the decor and feel: very "earthy" toned. It felt like I was in a... (more)

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