Schaumburg Restaurants


Schaumburg Restaurants

Just Opened:

 

Review Stats:  4 out of 5 stars on Open Table and Yelp from over 400 reviews!

 

Just opened on Meacham Road next to Weber Grill Schaumburg, the restaurant is “brought to you by the makers of White Chocolate Grill.”  Their Naperville restaurant boasts 4 out of 5 stars from over 600 OpenTable.com reviews.  The menu at White Chocolate consists of more focused offerings and initial highlights are the Buffalo Chicken Flatbread, Parmesan or Blue Cheese Crusted Filet (which got 5 stars on Yelp.com) and their award winning Citrus Soy Salmon which won a grill-off contest on Regis & Kelly.  The steakhouse quality steaks are a pleasant surprise as is the fine selection of wines by the glass and 16 beers.  Another nice surprise in the suburbs is whiskey flights that allow you to compare three different whiskeys including Pappy Van Winkle 15 year, Pappy Van Winkle 20 year and Pappy Van Winkle 23 year plus the full Buffalo Trace Antique Collection.  The restaurant has a nice bar with big comfortable booths and many high-top tables for relaxing.  One stone wall has 20 barrels from various distilleries which were actually used to age  whiskey.  The dining room has thick butcher block tables and high back booths

First reviews are positive with 4 out of 5 stars on Yelp and Open Table.  One lunch reviewer said the Filet Mignon Cobb Salad and Pulled Pork Sandwich were “EXCELLENT.”  Another Yelper raved about the Bourbon Bacon Mac’n’Cheese saying of her meal “I ate every bite” and yet another said the steak was “most likely the best steak I have ever had in my life.” Plenty of behind the restaurant and reservations are accepted online and by phone.


White Chocolate Restaurant & Bar

930 Meacham Road

Schaumburg, IL

847-413-8000

 

 

 

 

The top rated sushi restaurant in Schaumburg according to Urbanspoon.com is Sushi Ya on South Roselle Road. This small restaurant is tucked away in a strip mall and can be considered a hidden gem. The presentation is top notch and the complimentary edamame and miso soup is a nice touch. When dining at Sushi Ya, be prepared to wait for your perfectly crafted rolls. There tend to only be two chefs creating the sushi, which can delay food but these men are artisans and it takes time to craft the perfection that is served at Sushia Ya. A few of the best rolls include the Hawaiian maki, red dragon roll and the Schaumburg roll.

Nobus Japanese Restaurant on North Roselle Road has been described as a four star restaurant at 2 star prices. While this eatery is located in a strip mall, it serves up authentic Japanese fare that is worthy of a special detour. The interior is simple and minimalistic, but you are coming for the food, not the environment when you eat at Novus. The menu is not your traditional American-Japanese fare; you will not find Godzilla rolls in this place. Instead, expect basic sushi rolls that are masterfully created. The rolls have large pieces of fish, which is always of exceptional quality. A few of the best rolls are the nigri salmon, negi hamachi and spicy tuna.

Yelp.com awarded Daruma Japanese Restaurant with four and a half out of five stars. This eatery, which is situated on West Golf Road, has been referred to as a suburban gem. The restaurant is often filled with Japanese natives, reassuring diners of the authenticity of the fare. The interior features a sushi bar, a regular dining room and several small booth areas for private dining. Dishes like the Naporitan spaghetti and the mentaiko spaghetti are authentic and perfectly prepared. When it comes to the sushi and sashmimi, everything is reasonably price. In addition to a list of specialty rolls, the kitchen at Daruma makes all of their own sauces from a sushi dipping sauce to a tonkatsu sauce. Try the signature Harumaki roll for the perfect blend of spicy or the Daruma-Don with salmon, tuna and hamachi.

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