Yoshi-san throws a party for your palette

Are you ready for a delightful dining experience in Japanese-French fusion cuisine? Yoshi's Cafe is ready to provide some of the best that there is to offer! Yoshi-san offers a beautiful regular menu full of amazing selections, along with a menu of daily specials such as the appetiser of ravioli stuffed with kabocha (Japanese pumpkin) and dressed with olive-oil goat-cheese cream sauce. Entree selections include superb offerings like Wagyu Beef Ribeye grilled rare with Mai-take mushrooms served atop creamy blue cheese mashed potatoes. I was completely bowled-over by this beef-- never before have I tasted beef that paired such a rich flavour with the tender, delicate texture of sashimi! Prefer fish? How about lightly-seared sake-miso-glased tuna served over zesty wasabi mashed potatoes? This dish has all the lightness and subtle flavour one expects from a fine piece of fish but somehow packs a meaty fresh-off-the grill punch as well! If you manage to save room, a small selection of beautiful and delicious desserts awaits you at the end of your culinary journey to make your experience complete.

The dining room at Yoshi's Cafe is romantic and intimate but at the same time casual and relaxed with candles being the primary source of light, and 40s-50s jazz music playing softly in the background. The wine list will surely satisfy all ranges of tastes from refined connoisseur to those just starting to experiment. If you're in the mood for something a bit harder, be sure to peruse their list of exciting and innovative martinis.

I would definitely give Yoshi's Cafe one of my highest overall ratings. This year's Valentine's Day celebration at this wonderful place was definitely extra-special for Rinko and I. Don't deprive yourself any longer of this inspired little gem of a restaurant. 3257 N. Halsted, Chicago, Il 60657 | (773) 248-6160

1 comment:

dannychoo said...

Hmmm - feeling hungry ^^;