House of Sushi and Noodles
The best thing about getting uncomfortably full from sushi is that it can be done for under twenty bucks. For more than ten years, House of Sushi and Noodles, whose back dining room apexes the Belmont-Lincoln intersection, has remained a Lakeview and Roscoe Village fave with its various all-you-can-eat specials. In the evening you can order maki galore, as well as appetizers, from a buffet menu that offers around twenty different rolls and six (sometimes more) apps for $16.95. If nigiri is essential in quenching your desire for raw fish, the price of the buffet jumps up two dollars. But the real deal goes down at weekday lunch. All-you-can-eat for $14.95, or choose from one of a few box-lunch specials for $9.95. And since HOSAN is always busy, their fish is the freshest.
House of Sushi and Noodles, 1610 West Belmont, (773)935-9110, houseofsushiandnoodle.com
Best of Chicago 2012