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110 W. Illinois St. , Chicago, IL 60654
Near North Side
Style:Rodelio Aglibot


Sunda website states:Sunda's cuisine is surprising simple, flavorful dishes served and shared and include specialties such as The Food Buddha's Crispy Rice with Toppings (Hand-Cut Spicy Tuna, Seared Kobe Beef Tartare and Spicy Shrimp Tempura); Crab-Crusted Ahi Tuna with Japanese Hot Mustard Soy Glaze; Malay-Style Chilean Sea Bass with Coriander, Lemongrass, Miso, Chilis, and Curried Cauliflower and Crispy Pata. (Confit Pork Shank with Garlic-Foie Gras Gravy and Watercress Salad) Noodle dishes are available including Longevity Garlic Noodles with Blue Crab while a full sushi bar will service an assortment of sushi, sashimi and nigiri options. An eclectic menu of Asian-inspired desserts will round out the dining experience. With a progressive list of premium sakes, an assembly of Asian beers and a well-rounded list of Champagnes, sparkling wines, white wines and red wines to complement the cuisine, Sunda presents a myriad of dining options allowing guests to choose the level of their dining experience. The stylish and chi space, designed by award-winning restaurant and hotel designer Tony Chi, seats more than 200 guests and includes a main dining room, cocktail lounge, sushi bar and private dining facilities.

Menu:Recent Reviews

profile image For the Hip and Fit Client

A Power Lawyer introduced Power Lunch to Sunda yesterday, and now I am excited to recommend this one for entertaining the right kind of customer: sophisticated, modern and energetic... which happens to also be my description for the decor and atmosphere. It's the sharing thing, so be careful and only bring the cool client who you know will enjoy a multi-plate experience. Do venture beyond the sushi (which is excellent), and consider some unexpected offerings. As reviewer Jen T wrote, "brussel sprouts salad (x 5)" -- and I thank my counselor friend for suggesting this as well. I look forward to returning and trying the Bentu box and more; the menu at Sunda is too broad for a full review based on one visit.

profile image Birthday Bliss

A birthday is always better sitting at the Chef's table at Sunda! We were greeted with Sake shots and a beautiful Lobster creation. The service was fantastic and I thought the wine list to be very well chosen. The Brussel Sprout salad was absolutely delicious, as was the ahi tuna encrusted with something decadent. This was my 2nd time dining at Sunda, and the experience was exceptional!

profile image Brussel Sprout Salad

3 words. Brussel.Sprout.SaladBrussel.Sprout.SaladBrussel.Sprout.SaladBrussel.Sprout.Salad.

profile image Sexy, Trendy and Hip...Solid Food

Sunda is my go-to restaurant for Sushi/Asian. Cool vibe, great cocktail program headed by Nahm, solid food. My favorites include: Caterpillar Roll- nice balance of sweet, crunchy Brussels Sprouts salad - very creative Rock Shrimp - big pieces of shrimp tossed with walnuts in a honey aioli sauce. Try the Lychee or Ginger Snap martini.

profile image Sunda Funda Day

Filming for’s brunch episode led to a girl’s Sunday Funday with Shannon Binder and Meghan Goulette. We tasted our way though brunch from East to West, and there was a bacon rimmed Bloody Mary in it for me, which was my favorite part. Sunda is great when you want to try something new with their unique offerings, not to mention a build your won Bloody Mary Bar.