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Yoshi’s Café's Partnership With Off Their Plate During COVID-19
Thank you so much to our frontline heroes for working so hard during this difficult time. We get to do our part by donating a total of 475 meals to frontline workers in hospitals and health care centers around Chicago. Many thanks to Off Their Plate for this opportunity to give back during the COVID-19 crisis. We are humbled to be part of this movement along with Allen Brothers who donated Beef Tenderloin Tips. From all of us at Yoshi’s Café, stay healthy and safe. We’ll get through this together!
What people are saying about us!
"Chef Katsumura is dedicated to his art form, consistently creating diverse contemporary cuisine that delights the palates of local Chicagoans and visitors alike, adding significant contributions to Chicago's world-renowned food culture."
Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, City of Chicago
Yoshi Katsumura "is a great source of pride and delight for the citizens of Ibaraki Prefecture."
Masaru Hashimoto, Governor, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan
"You would never guess that a 15-minute walk from Wrigley Field, where hot dogs and beer reign supreme, would take you to a place bringing together the foods of Tokyo, Paris, Lyon, and Chicago. But that is what Yoshi built at the quiet, unassuming place known simply as Yoshi's Café.
U.S. Senator Dick Durbin
"Even without the 'marvelous,' now deceased chef Yoshi Katsumura at the helm, this Lakeview 'neighborhood staple' still 'rocks' with an always-changing menu' full of 'exciting,' 'unique twists.' "
In 2010 Yoshi's Café was named one of "the 40 best Chicago restaurants of all time," declaring: "This treasure has delighted for three decades simply because Yoshi Katsumura's gentle fusion continues to sparkle."
"After changing cultures himself, Yoshi is a keen observer of how American culture is changing."
The "Great Chefs" TV series
One of "America's Top Tables."
Zagat says Yoshi's Cafe is "Best Restaurant in Lakeview"
Yoshi's Cafe on "Check, Please!"