Sushi Hall is a great place to have a casual meal in a space that’s designed like a CB2 display. This sushi spot is small and bright, with a sleek look courtesy of minimalist-designed chairs, tables, and bar stools at the chef’s counter. And even if you’re not seated directly in front of him, the chef will make you feel like you’ve been a regular for years. He’ll come out into the dining room, checking in and fist bumping with customers.
The Lincoln Park spot has a wide selection of quality raw fish like tuna, cuttlefish, and sweet ebi, and it comes in all forms, from sashimi to neatly-crafted hand rolls. You’ll also find some decent cooked dishes like chicken teriyaki or beef negimaki on the “I Don’t Eat Sushi” section of their menu. But if that’s the case, then perhaps you shouldn’t be this far into reading about a sushi restaurant.