Dinner: Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Dinner: Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
What Insiders Are Saying
Juno is a quality sushi spot in Lincoln Park. It's casual but pricy at the same time.
Always the best sushi in chicago. And some great new appetizers including the kale gomae and grilled cucumbers. All of the makis, nigiri and the Juno Queen were awesome as always. Also, delicious wine and sake offerings.
Exceptional! The food was absolutely outstanding, the presentation was gorgeous, and the service was amazing with really friendly staff!
Yummy. Smaller portions (compared to japan). The decor is boring and generic, just disappointing. More special occasion but didn’t seem super special.
We let our server know we had to leave at a specific time to make a movie. They were more than accommodating .
amazing place defiantly worth to try it out im going again for sure
Always delicious. Everyone loved it.
The food was excellent but even for a ‚small‘ eater the portions were challengingly small. Best bet to eat something filling is the Maki. The entrees are more a two-bite size which for the price is not a good value. We opted for dessert but again the size was just about enough to wet your appetite.
While the ambience was overall nice the temperature inside was on the cool side and didn’t really warm up during our stay.
I was visiting from out of town and went there on a busy night and had a later reservation. Shortly after I ordered, I was told they had run out of sushi rice. I’m the 30 yrs I’ve been eating sushi, this was a first. Needless to say it was a huge disappointment. Wish I had gone to another place to eat. Anywhere else.
We came here for our daughters birthday. The food and service were outstanding. I’ve eaten here before and now my family knows how awesome it is! Best sushi in Lincoln Park s d possibly Chicago!
Always excellent, the best sushi in the midwest. Uni shooter, Juno King, Juno smoke, squid ink pasta with scallop, fluke nigiri, braised kale, tuna trio, mackerel trio all standouts.
Friday 8:30PM reservation for two. 6 pieces of nigiri and 6 pieces of sashimi, what was to be our first order, ended up being our last. It took 50-60 minutes after ordering for our food to arrive. No comment/apology from management. Perhaps this is the Juno standard. Will not be back.
Extraordinary sushi in an unlikely sytretch of Lincoln Ave. Its all about flavor, presentation, and creativity. Service can be spotty on a busy night and the noise level can be quite loud, but the delectable food makes up for it all. It can be pricey, but worth every penny.
Was so glad that we went here--loved this place! You've got to get the scallops and the wagyu (if it's on the menu), but everything we had was delicious.
Best quality sushi I have ever tried
It’s very rare for me to take the time to write a review, but after going to Juno on so many occasions the food quality has taken a sharp decline. Remembering over the past few years a restaurant that provided traditional high quality sushi has morphed into a place where ordering fluke means having truffle and loads of salt on top. Additionally, the quality of fish at least on this night wasn’t as expected. While this may be one experience out of the norm my go to sushi place will have to change going forward.
Service was always ahead of expectations, drinks were good and the food was excellent!
Amazing sushi, service and ambiance. Wow. Not cheap but worth it.
Our waitress, Grace, was phenomenal and made ordering things off the menu very easy! It was delicious and will definitely go back. We've decided it's our favorite sushi place in the city!
One of our best dining experiences ever. Bucket list Omakaze.
Speciality sushi is excellent. Juno Queen, smoked hamachi are my favorites. Nice upscale environment. A little pricey.
Recommended by a a friend....it didn't disappoint. Delicious sushi!! Even the basics were a little tastier than usual. But their specialities were outstanding. Nice atmosphere, very pleasant staff.
Thank you to Samantha for another fabulous evening at Juno! The best Sushi experience in Chicago.
Minuscule portions, tasteless ramen broth. The crisp sake maki roll and grilled octopus were pleasant, but not enough to offset the poor value.
Spectacular. Every. Single. Time. Be sure and explore all sections of the menu, and trust your server.
Juno is a true sushi lovers dream. You won’t find any deep fried rolls with cream cheese or imitation crab here, just fresh, high quality fish. The chef does an amazing job creating dishes that utilize quality, fresh ingredients to deliver a unique dining experience. The quality of the sushi is easily on par, and I would argue better, than Momotaro at better prices.
Service was wonderful, really took the time to explain and suggest different foods to us. Can’t wait to return.
Juno is probably one of the highest quality sushi and omakase joints in the city. This is not your typical neighborhood sushi restaurant. These chefs are top-level and they buy some of the freshest high quality product in the city. Worth every penny. Lucky to leave nearby.
Everything was fresh, beautifully presented, and they manage to achieve an incredible balance between simplicity and complexity that makes you want to taste everything. I can’t even explain, you just have to try it.
Good was great and the staff was amazing. Was a little skeptical when we walked in becuase it was empty and didn’t seem what I would expect, but then the host seated us in the back where the scene completely changes. Super cool atmosphere and the sushi was amazing!
Love the Uni handroll! Service was attentive but a bit slow!
Excellent quality. Simply prepared. My girlfriend is Japanese and she loved it. Only a couple things we didn’t care for out of about 10!
Juno has reminded me what good, fresh sushi and sashimi tastes like. Their extremely knowledgeable staff guided my husband (a sushi newbie) and me (who grew up on it) through the wonderful assortment of Japanese delicacies. The incredibly fresh and properly portioned seafood reminded me just how average or below average much of the in-authentic sushi and sashimi is in Chicago. No rolls with cream cheese or jalepenos here. Just super fresh, quality ingredients and wonderful flavor pairings. The pastry chef also knocked it out of the park with dessert pairings that didn't overwhelm the refreshing meals. I highly recommend this Lincoln Park spot for those who love sushi. You'll be glad you tried it!
I’m interested in learning about Japanese cuisine. Juno was perfect. Our server was instructive, helpful, friendly and efficient. We sat st the counter which afforded the opportunity to see other dishes. And whichever server was picking up the order the person was happy to tell me about the dish. Plus, each dish and morsel was excellent in taste and looks.
I absolutely love it! And i have been in a lot of restaurants in Chicago!!👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻
From a couple who lived in Japan for five years, this is as good as it gets in Chicago for authentic sushi. Whether you want an innovative or experimental taste, or just high end traditional perfect sushi, the chef and highly knowledgeable waitress have you covered (take advantage of her knowledge). There is also a premier sake menu (complete with Nigori and NamaZake expressions) and Japanese whiskey menu. Also, the cocktail menu and bar is also not to be missed. All bases covered here!
absolutely fabulous meal. every single dish was a sensory and delicious treat.
Small, hidden spot with amazing, fresh food. It is a must for everyone to go try! Service was very nice as well; the server answered very thoroughly to our questions regarding food.
Our server, Grace, was extremely knowledgeable and friendly. We trusted her with choosing pretty much our entire meal (including the sake that was delicious)! She asked the right questions to figure out our likes and dislikes and curated a delicious meal for us. The food is expensive, but the quality is very high and the fish was extremely fresh.
Great sushi, loud and packed dining hall. Maybe the sushi bar is a better choice for dinner.