You come to Sushi X for one thing - to eat sushi in a (BYOB) nightclub. There’s Japanese animation projected on the wall, and loud house music playing - so it’s not the best choice for a quiet date night, but it’s perfect for a group. The menu is fun, with a section called “Giant Robots” that has rolls like “sushi fruit” (salmon, tuna, hamachi, pineapple, melon, mango, coconut flakes, tempura, daikon, eel sauce, and cucumber). You can get regular rolls and nigiri too, which are fine, but not as enjoyable. It’s like a sushi house party.
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Slurping Turtle is a respectable Japanese restaurant in River North. It's never going to be great, but you can count on it for certain situations in this part of town.
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