This Logan Square spot -- the name means "master" in Korean -- from the former chef/owner of Hama Matsu in Andersonville serves Japanese and Korean cuisine. Entrees include traditional Korean noodle dishes like jopchae, made with a sweet soy sauce. The eatery also offers more than 30 types of sushi, including signature rolls such as the Burning Scallop filled with spicy tuna and crabmeat and topped with seared scallops. Diners can sit at one of the restaurant's booths or tables, or grab a chair at the sushi bar to watch their maki be made. Don't see the roll you want on the menu? Just let your server know what kind of fish you like and if you prefer your sushi spicy or sweet and Gosu's chef will be happy to create a custom roll for you.