Sakuma's Japanese Restaurant

★★★★★
  • 43 S Sutton Rd

    Streamwood, IL 60107

    Map & Directions
  • 630-483-0289

About Sakuma's Japanese Restaurant

Hours
Sat-Sun: 5pm-10pm, Mon-Fri: 11:30am-2:30pm, 5pm-10pm

Food

Food
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Great sushi in the suburbs. Very friendly staff and good value for money. Some of the entrée items like the cod may be skipped as they do not do well with entrees. Stay with the sushi and you will not be disappointed.

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★★★★☆

Great sushi in the suburbs. Very friendly staff and good value for money. Some of the entrée items like the cod may be skipped as they do not do well with entrees. Stay with the sushi and you will not be disappointed.

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It's very rare to find sushi prepared by Japanese Chelf. We get them at Jewel and Chinese Buffet. To get the real taste of sushi, there is no better place than Sakuma Restaurant in Streamwood, IL. They also have creative and entertaining activities like magic show, tarrots reading, karaoke, etc. on different weekdays. We happened to be at the magic show and the responses were amazing. Everybody is laughing and drinking and eating.

PROS: The wasabi is made of pure ingredient, not powder and it tasted better.
CONS:

4
★★★★☆

It's very rare to find sushi prepared by Japanese Chelf. We get them at Jewel and Chinese Buffet. To get the real taste of sushi, there is no better place than Sakuma Restaurant in Streamwood, IL. They also have creative and entertaining activities like magic show, tarrots reading, karaoke, etc. on different weekdays. We happened to be at the magic show and the responses were amazing. Everybody is laughing and drinking and eating.

PROS: The wasabi is made of pure ingredient, not powder and it tasted better.
CONS:

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Been there a couple times, like the egg sushi very much. The egg tasted sweet and has many layers. They make their own wasabi with natural fresh ingredient, it's not like the one made with powder, it actually has a mild taste, and taste good with a little bit of soy sauce.
We also like the duck wings marinated with some kind of sauce, but it's so good you won't forget it after the first bite.
Lastly, try the banana ice cream dessert with cinnamon sprinkled on it.
If you need explanation of the menu, ask for the manager. Others are not so fluent in explaining. Overall, service is good (they give warm towel, feels like taking a flight) and the food is delicious.

2
★★★★★

Been there a couple times, like the egg sushi very much. The egg tasted sweet and has many layers. They make their own wasabi with natural fresh ingredient, it's not like the one made with powder, it actually has a mild taste, and taste good with a little bit of soy sauce.
We also like the duck wings marinated with some kind of sauce, but it's so good you won't forget it after the first bite.
Lastly, try the banana ice cream dessert with cinnamon sprinkled on it.
If you need explanation of the menu, ask for the manager. Others are not so fluent in explaining. Overall, service is good (they give warm towel, feels like taking a flight) and the food is delicious.

Pros: good parking, friendly staff

Cons: need English menu

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I've eaten at more than a dozen sushi places in the Chicago region, and many, many more overseas (including Japan).

Without a doubt, Sakuma makes the best sushi in the area. This gentle man makes his own soy sauce and takes immense pride in the quality of his fish. He refuses to sell anything that is not up to snuff, and prepares the rice and each piece of sushi with pride. His assistants have been highly trained by him and also do a fantastic job.

In addition, Sakuma carries some unusual fish and shellfish (such as awabe) that are hard, if not impossible to find, at other establishments.

Sakuma's is fantastic and is well worth the drive to Streamwood!

2
★★★★★

I've eaten at more than a dozen sushi places in the Chicago region, and many, many more overseas (including Japan).

Without a doubt, Sakuma makes the best sushi in the area. This gentle man makes his own soy sauce and takes immense pride in the quality of his fish. He refuses to sell anything that is not up to snuff, and prepares the rice and each piece of sushi with pride. His assistants have been highly trained by him and also do a fantastic job.

In addition, Sakuma carries some unusual fish and shellfish (such as awabe) that are hard, if not impossible to find, at other establishments.

Sakuma's is fantastic and is well worth the drive to Streamwood!

Pros: Oustanding fish, Skill, Service

Cons: None

 

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