Reviews on Japanese food in Algonquin, Illinois, United States. Algonquin is a village in Illinois located in both McHenry and Kane counties. It is a northwest suburb of Chicago, located approximately 40 miles from the Loop. The 2010 Census placed the Village's population at 30,046, growing considerably from the 2000 Census figure of 23,276.
Things to do in Algonquin
Come by your local Noodles & Company at 315 N. Randall Road, , Lake in the Hills where its globally inspired dishes including noodles, soups and salads, come together to create a World Kitchen.
Have eaten here several times, unfortunately the experience varies from time to time I have been. The cavatappi pasta with chicken, mushrooms and pesto and macaroni with cheese are both great when they are prepared properly. When its an "off" day they are awful. Sad that there is so much difference in the quailty! Hope they can pull it together.
4 based on 69 reviews
Bistro Wasabi is a locally owned restaurant established in 2000. We're a unique blend of traditional sushi with Mexican, Korean, and French-inspired appetizers, entrÃ©es, and desserts.
Stopped in for a cocktail after dinner next door (El Cochino). Both restaurants were highly recommended but, when you need a taco, you need a taco.Sat at the bar and asked the (gorgeous) mixologist for a recommendation, "dirty Kettle martini with blue cheese stuffed olives" she said. Okay so, never heard of this cocktail but knew I was in good hands. Sandra, thank you for taking great care of us, for the fantastic martini and for putting up with our antics while you were trying to close. You are a true Gem (I should know, being TheGemHunter and all).. Next time I'll order dinner with my dirty cocktail..
4 based on 20 reviews
For sure the best sushi place around. Our favorites: ocean drive, Mango Tuna and Boston Rolls for sure; and definitely try the Hawaiian roll. This is truly a hidden gem. Great people and service; awesome sushi chef. I will start eating here at least once a week.
4 based on 14 reviews
This is always a fun place to go especially for special occasions. The hibachi tables are fun, food excellent, their sushi is pretty good too. Drinks are ok, price is ok, and you are left smelling slightly like your meal. But, it's worth it every once in a while!Make reservations or getting in can be difficult.
4 based on 18 reviews
It is my understanding that this is under new management. We ordered take out food and our order was correct and very tasty! The only thing we noticed different is their portions are a tad smaller and our entrees were less juicy. Honestly though, it was very good and we will go back!I hope this was helpful!
4 based on 57 reviews
6 of us dined at Woow tonight including our two grandsons. Complimentary Edamame was served for the table, hot and nicely salted...yum.The menu selections are extensive and include sushi, hibachi, Chinese and Thai selections. The sushi is WOW delicious and beautifully presented. Our entrees included orange chicken and peppersteak, both deliciously prepared... some of the best we have had.Prices are on the upper side of moderate. Service tonight was exceptional.
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