Great cheap Thai and sushi restaurant. Not the best quality but for the price it is right and very satisfying. I order from here a few times a month and have never had a bad meal.
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Took a chance on this place before heading to The Peoples Church for an event. We ordered gyoza, (pork dumpings) which were the best I have ever enjoyed. We also had chicken satay, pad thai and shrimp maki (pictured) all very tasty. Fast service in...More
Great sushi and Thai food for a price that is solid! They never disappoint and our a few blocks from our home so out local 1st choice, even though we live blocks from the whole Asia in Argyle neighborhood. dib is still one of the...More
Tucked away in a strip mall on Lawrence Avenue is the tiny Asian delicacy called Dib, featuring sushi and Thai cuisine. The food is not only delicious and reasonably priced, but presented with expert artistry. Small, cozy, and comfortable. Very friendly staff.
Went here Saturday night with my husband and three 20-somethings. We had a combination of sushi, Pad Thai noodles, cashew chicken, & fried rice. All items were good and the prices were reasonable (especially for Chicago). I ordered my cashew chicken not spicy but the...More
Truly was welcomed into this small but beautiful restaurant. Sat quickly and Service started out nicely right away. The menu choices were wonderful and was surprised the sweet Sushi Menu offer too. Yum I will go back often to this Uptown Chicago Restaurant.
Fantastic sushi and wonderfully spicy Thai curry dishes. My wife and I drive by dib every time we visit her mom in the Ravenswood neighborhood and always wondered if it was any good. We finally decided to take her mom there for her birthday, and...More
I went here with a group of friends to celebrate a birthday. Not only was the food affordable and delicious but the service was excellent as well. Our server had no issues splitting our bill, they brought out a complimentary dessert to celebrate the birthday...More
I found Dib when I moved into the Uptown neighborhood and even though I have since moved to the south side, I still make the trip up north when I am hungry for sushi. I love that Dib offers quality and affordability, which is hard...More