16 "Sushi" Restaurants in Seattle.
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.
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.
Village Sushi is a Japanese spot in the University District that serves excellent sushi.
Kisaku is an upscale Japanese restaurant in Meridian with excellent sushi for reasonable prices.
By Tae is a Japanese sushi spot on Capitol Hill that serves a handroll tasting menu.
Tsukushinbo is a small, unmarked Japanese restaurant that serves sushi and a weekend-only lunch ramen you should wait in line for.
Miyabi is a Japanese spot in a Tukwila strip mall that serves excellent sushi.
Junkichi Robata Izakaya is a Japanese restaurant in Capitol Hill with fresh seafood and great lunchtime-only ramen.
Sushi Kashiba is a Seattle institution for raw fish and Japanese food, owned by Shiro himself.
Kamei is a good sushi spot in West Seattle with reasonable prices and a casual atmosphere.