Sushi Para II

★★★★☆
  • 2256 N Clark St

    Chicago, IL 60614

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  • 773-477-3219

About Sushi Para II

Hours
Monday 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Tuesday 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Wednesday 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Thursday 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Friday 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Saturday 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Sunday 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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I like this place. the sushi was good and they are quick. I have also had take out from there a few times and it is good quality./

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★★★★★

I like this place. the sushi was good and they are quick. I have also had take out from there a few times and it is good quality./

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Yes, it's AYCE. But that doesn't excuse how terrible the fish is, why the sushi comes out warm, the exorbitant amount of rice they put, or the fees they charge if you don't finish the rice. I keep giving it another chance, thinking my experience will be better than the last. It didn't happen and I won't go back.

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★☆☆☆☆

Yes, it's AYCE. But that doesn't excuse how terrible the fish is, why the sushi comes out warm, the exorbitant amount of rice they put, or the fees they charge if you don't finish the rice. I keep giving it another chance, thinking my experience will be better than the last. It didn't happen and I won't go back.

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Amazing - an all-u-can eat Sushi Bar, that not only serves excellent fresh Sushi and Maki (plus miso soup, edaname, gyoza), but is BYOB to boot -- all for only $16.99/pp. WOW. This is what I've been looking for -- so I can enjoy eating Sushi more than once every few months because it is usually so expensive. Only 'negatives' - no sashimi served on the all-u-can eat menu (though you may choose to order off regular menu at VERY reasonable prices $1-1.50 each); and the Sushi is intentionally made with lots of rice (to fill U up); and they claim they will charge U if you don't finish all U order (including all of the rice). Also you better get there before the rush, or you may have a long wait. Nevetheless, I will be back -- soon!

2
★★★★☆

Amazing - an all-u-can eat Sushi Bar, that not only serves excellent fresh Sushi and Maki (plus miso soup, edaname, gyoza), but is BYOB to boot -- all for only $16.99/pp. WOW. This is what I've been looking for -- so I can enjoy eating Sushi more than once every few months because it is usually so expensive. Only 'negatives' - no sashimi served on the all-u-can eat menu (though you may choose to order off regular menu at VERY reasonable prices $1-1.50 each); and the Sushi is intentionally made with lots of rice (to fill U up); and they claim they will charge U if you don't finish all U order (including all of the rice). Also you better get there before the rush, or you may have a long wait. Nevetheless, I will be back -- soon!

Pros: All-U-Can Eat Sushi & Maki (+ appetizers); Fresh; and BYOB; only $16.99/pp

Cons: Sushi made with too much Rice, and U must eat it all or get charged; No Sashimi

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So I've been here a few times, and the first couple times I thought it was a pretty good quality place for all-you-can eat sushi.....the last two times though have been very disappointing, both in quality and service. The fish was dried out and chewy and nothing had very much flavor at all. The most recent time that I visited this restaurant I was in a party of 4, and we waited 45 minutes only to be screwed over by a party of 6 who arrived and was seated immediately (at a table of 2 four-tops). I think this party was friends with the host staff or something, because it made no sense why they should be seated first, when 2 parties of 2 and 1 party of 4 had been waiting for nearly an hour. Ridiculous, never going again!

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★★★☆☆

So I've been here a few times, and the first couple times I thought it was a pretty good quality place for all-you-can eat sushi.....the last two times though have been very disappointing, both in quality and service. The fish was dried out and chewy and nothing had very much flavor at all. The most recent time that I visited this restaurant I was in a party of 4, and we waited 45 minutes only to be screwed over by a party of 6 who arrived and was seated immediately (at a table of 2 four-tops). I think this party was friends with the host staff or something, because it made no sense why they should be seated first, when 2 parties of 2 and 1 party of 4 had been waiting for nearly an hour. Ridiculous, never going again!

Pros: price, location

Cons: service, quality, ambience

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Normally, we're skeptical about all-you-can-eat sushi joints. But this Lincoln Park spot pleasantly surprises us with fresh-tasting nigiri and creative rolls. It turns out, we're not the only ones smitten: the owners have similar concepts…

 

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