22 "Sushi" Restaurants in Seattle.
Sushi Kashiba is a Seattle institution and has the best sushi in the city.
Maneki in the International District is one of the oldest restaurants in Seattle. Come here to eat sushi and other Japanese plates in a tatami room.
Shiro’s in Belltown will serve you some seriously great sushi - with no pretense, and no distractions.
Momiji is a Capitol Hill sushi spot that works for a low-key happy hour, but also a sake-filled birthday dinner.
Kiriba Sushi is a Japanese restaurant inside of a little house in Shoreline that serves reasonably-priced nigiri and maki rolls.
Sushi Kanpai is in the bottom of an apartment in First Hill, but don’t let that stop you from going. The sushi makes for a good weeknight dinner.
We like Pinto Bistro for showing us that Thai and sushi go together. We really like it because it’s a great takeout/casual dinner option in Cap Hill.
Japonessa somehow pulls of Japanese-Mexican fusion, and it’s a great place for a birthday dinner or date night downtown.
Taneda Sushi In Kaiseki is an omakase-only Japanese restaurant on Capitol Hill that serves outstanding sushi.
Toyoda Sushi is a Japanese restaurant in Lake City that serves excellent rolls.
Tsukushinbo is a small, unmarked Japanese restaurant in the International District that serves excellent sushi and a weekend-only lunch ramen.
Sushi Maki is a tiny sushi spot on Capitol Hill that works best for delivery and takeout.
Tsui Sushi Bar is a great casual Japanese restaurant in Green Lake that specializes in sushi.
Village Sushi is a Japanese spot in the University District that serves excellent sushi.