I definitely had to try this place out when I first heard of a Yakitori place opening up in Chicago. Mizu offered excellent service in a visually appealing environment. However, the Yakitori did not qualify as a traditional japanese yakitori establishment. I've been spoiled after splurging at places like Yakitori Taisho in NYC maybe thats why Mizu's selection of Yakitori seems like just pieces of ""premium"" cuts of meat on a stick. The chicken meatball wasn't even a meatball, just one long piece of meat that my friend and I had to cut up to share. Overall, the highlight of a restaurant should be the food and their idea of Yakitori definitely misses the target.
Pros: Service, Decor