gunkan are here!

We officially launched a gunkan section on Chicago’s menu! I’ve been interested in gunkan-maki since Timon’s and my visit to Peru last year. Gunkan, which mean ‘battleship’ in Japanese because of the way they look, are a Japanese tradition (usually filled with uni and ikura), but they’re being made in Peru in interesting new ways. Building from this concept, we’re taking our own approach – combining unique, fresh ingredients for awesome flavor.

Wagyu with quail egg yolk, potato paille and sea salt


Foie Gras with nashi pear and eel sauce

Salmon with ikura and cilantro

Scallop with tobiko and jalapeño

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