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The Kelly Poke Bowl ($13) has avocado, cilantro, cucumber, edamame, scallions, onion crunch, tobiko and jalapeño on a bed of rice, topped with spicy mayo and ponzu sauce at 5B2F Akira Sushi in Wilmette. (Photos by Anna Schultz/22nd Century Media)
The Menage a Trois ($14) has tempura unagi, cucumber, avocado, tuna and sweet tuna topped with salmon and drizzled with sauces.
Spicy tuna seaweed salad ($12) lays on a bed of crisp lettuce topped with spicy tuna and seaweed.
The signature dish, Akira ramen ($14), has pork chashu, bamboo, bean sprout, bok choy and kama gobo in pork and chicken broth and topped with a boiled egg.
Tuna tartare ($12), 5B2F Akira Sushi’s trademark dish, has tuna towers accompanied with crispy wontons.
Alyssa Groh, Contributing Editor
2:28 am CDT June 10, 2019

After closing 153 Akira Sushi in Wilmette and taking some time off, it brings tears to Kelly Yang’s eyes to have a restaurant in Wilmette again. 

5B2F Akira Sushi opened under a new name and new location, but has the same original owner as 153 Akira Sushi. 

153 Akira Sushi was owned by Yang, who eventually sold it to a new owner. Shortly after, due to lease negotiations, 153 Akira had to close down.