Food was great, fish was very fresh, but service was slow.
Ultimate freshness, the highest quality of ingredients, highly professional service, unique presentation, perfect harmony in taste.
This is by far the best sushi place in Chicago.
Not worth the money
Best sushi in Chicago - can't go wrong
Great innovative sushi
Great for date night
Juno definitely has good sushi, especially for what you can find in the Midwest. Their uni shots are really good, and the service staff was great. The only downsides were their whiskey and beer selection was lacking. For an upscale restaurant, they should have a variety of Japanese whiskey such as Yamazakis, hibiki's, etc., but they don't. Their prices are pretty steep, but Japanese food tend to be expensive in the Midwest. If you're fine with dropping $250+ for you and a date, then I recommend you try it. I haven't tried the omakase yet, but I'll have to try it next time. It was a good overall experience.
Food was great. Tried the sea urchin nigiri which i didn't like quite as much but it is an acquired taste I guess. They have A5 Wagyu Beef tartar which was very good but difficult to eat with chopsticks for a beginner/intermediate level chopstick user. Food took a little while to get to table but this is likely because it was quite busy. Overall very good and imo best high-end sushi spot in Chicago.
Juno was fantastic! Every cut of fish we ordered was very fresh. I found the menu inventive, fun, and delicious. This may be my new favorite sushi spot in Chicago!
Always delicious! Best sushi ever! Consistently amazing service and meal. Love this place.
Dined there on New Year’s Eve, and in spite of being seated at 10, just an hour before closing, service was prompt and friendly. From the hostess to the busboy, everyone was professional and kind. The sushi was very good–excellent quality. But the prices are outrageous. This is the only reason I wouldn’t recommend this restaurant. The wine is very overpriced, too.