Chicago’s Revival Food Hall—the 24,000 square foot all-local, chef-driven food hall operated local hospitality collective 16” On Center (The Promontory, Thalia Hall, Dusek’s)— is continuing its two-year run by revealing plans for an all-new permanent stall: TŌMI, an all-new fast-casual sushi concept coming this fall.
At TŌMI, Bun and Decker will present fish, seafood, vegetables and dry goods imported directly from Japan. Signature rolls will feature herb-infused Japanese rice to present a colorful display of vibrant hues—from red, blue and purple to everything between. Utilizing Japanese technology, these premium rolls will be churned out by the Suzumo, a state-of-the-art sushi robot inspected and approved by sushi chefs. Capable of producing 250-350 rolls per hour, this technology mastered by TŌMI’s culinary team will help meet the demands of the bustling food hall. With a creative twist, the rice paper used by TŌMI will actually be printed to feature the works of local Chicago artists. TŌMI’s menu is a feast for the eyes where guests will enjoy artful, customized lunch boxes made to their individual order, consisting of entirely gluten-free options.