Located in Revival Food Hall, one of Chicago’s first all-local dining concepts, TŌMI is executive chef/founder Trisha Bun’s (Yuzu Sushi & Robata Grill) playful, non-traditional interpretation of Japanese cuisine. A passion project stemming from her experience as the creative visionary behind Yuzu Sushi & Robata Grill, Bun uses printed rice paper to feature the works of local Chicago artists, as well as organic herb-infused Japanese rice, to create vibrant, pastel-hued sushi rolls. Built with a modern and sophisticated approach, the extensive and entirely gluten-free menu utilizes premium Japanese ingredients, as well as an innovative Japanese culinary tool, the Suzumo sushi robot, to keep up with the demand. Dedicated to creating an inclusive and supportive space with community as the concept's foundation, the restaurant is run by director of operations Janita Harris, whose unconventional non-for-profit background exemplifies Bun’s pioneering mission to defy industry standards, push boundaries and pay it forward. In addition to the hall’s open seating, TŌMI provides a cozy 8-seat sushi bar and seating, which showcases a rotating gallery wall of works from each featured Chicago artist.
TŌMI is open for lunch, happy hour and dinner Monday and Tuesday 10:30 am - 7pm and Wednesday-Friday 10:30 am - 8pm.