Romantic Sushi Spot
Hachi's is the go -to for sushi in Logan Square. Great place for a romantic date. Sunken lounge is awesome design.
3/14/2013 5:00:00 PM
Fresh from the Sea!
Fist time at Hachi's and we loved it. Food and presentation was wonderful. Food is fresh.
3/22/2013 5:00:00 PM
Overall I was very pleased with my meal. The quality of the fish is spectacular which is what I care about the most at sushi place. I ordered the sashimi combination as my entree and every piece melted in my mouth. Truly amazing fish! I also enjoyed the yellowtail and jalapeño appetizer. Again, the quality of the fish was outstanding and the sauce and spice from the pepper were a nice addition. The service was so-so but it was a Tuesday night and business was sort of slow. Our waitress wasn't very attentive but we were not in a rush so it didn't detract from the meal. The menu isn't super fancy or cutting edge but if you are looking for quality, this is definitely a great pick.
3/25/2013 5:00:00 PM
Attractive space, good service and better sushi. What more could a neighborhood ask? Well, perhaps, better dessert. (But you can always pop across the street for the homemade Italian desserts.) A gem.
4/19/2013 4:00:00 PM
everytime I go to hachi's
everytime I go to hachi's kitchen (which is a lot...) I swear it tastes better than last time! the sushi is so
fresh and delicious. such a great place for you and couple friends to eat some amazing sushi drink wine
and talk the night away... :)
4/20/2013 4:00:00 PM
My boyfriend and I came here for a quiet date night and ended up staying for several hours drinking lots of sake and eating so much amazing food. The service is wonderful and the food is always spot on.
7/20/2013 12:00:00 AM
Hachi's Kitchen is a Stand-out.
It's hard for a sushi spot to stand out - there are so many of them - but Hachi's Kitchen manages to separate itself from the pack with dressed up decor and solid food. I had plump fried oysters and crispy gyoza, followed by the Volcano Roll (creamy lobster, wasabi and tobiko, dredged in tempura crumbs. My friend had the salad with ginger dressing and the combination tempura. It was all delicious. Service was cheerful and attentive. This place is owned by the people who run Sai Cafe in Lincoln Park, So I knew it would be good going in, and they did not disappoint.
7/27/2013 12:00:00 AM
You like fish?
It's easy for sushi to be bad, so this place was pretty good.
Somewhat of a hidden gem in the Logan neighborhood. I'd recommend it for people who are big on sushi.
It has a full bar, too.
They had fresh scallops while we were there - they were excellent.
11/2/2013 12:00:00 AM