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The 10 Best Places for Sushi in Dublin

The 10 Best Places for Sushi in Dublin

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  1. Musashi

Spread over Dublin in five different locations, Musashi is a hotspot that can’t be passed up by sushi fans. At Musashi, the sushi is about new, rich flavors and quality. You don’t need to be frightened for prices there, the costs are exceptionally OK for what you’re being served. Aside from the restaurant, catering services are accessible for meetings, gatherings and special events. View Profile

  1. Yamamori

Yamamori comprises 3 restaurants and late night venues in South and North Dublin City Centre. They specialize in classic Japanese cuisine, Sushi, Tempura, Grill, Gyoza, Vegetarian/Vegan, Cocktails, Craft beer, Expansive Whiskey and Sake Selection. Yamamori at Home was launched as a Takeaway and Delivery service in April 2020, open weekly Thursday-Sunday, 5-9pm. View Profile

  1. J2 Sushi & Grill

‘So many fish in the sea! But ours is happy’

Caught in Irish waters, delivered fresh from Wrights of Marino, wood-smoked by the chefs and hand-made into little pieces of fishy heaven by Jason, sushi chef extraordinaire and owner.

Their creative minds also turn good old Irish food staples into Miso-Marinated Chicken, Wasabi Mash, and Green Tea Cheese-Cake. View Profile

  1. Banyi Japanese Dining

Banyi Japanese Dining is an authentic Japanese and Sushi restaurant in Dublin. Banyi offers traditional Japanese cuisine and dishes. It is one of the best places where clients can relax and enjoy fresh Sushi and some of the best Japanese dishes in a traditional Japanese restaurant décor. View Profile

  1. Ukiyo

Open since 2004, Ukiyo is a restaurant, lounge, bar, club and karaoke venue. Serving East Asian dishes across 2 floors, open from 12pm till 2.30am every day. Situated in the heart of Dublin city between Georges St and Grafton St, Ukiyo is where Dubliners come to play. Enjoy sushi and express bento boxes for lunch or dinner, afternoon and evening fine dining, full bar, amazing cocktails, deadly deejays, disco dancing and private singing, what’s not to love? View Profile

  1. Zakura Noodle & Sushi

Zakura Noodles & Sushi restaurant is located at Wexford Street, in the heart of Dublin. In Zakura, everything we served is fresh ,exciting and reasonably priced. The menu contains Sashimi, Tempura, Sushi, Noodles, Rice, Teppan grilled-wide range of Japanese food. Our helpful staff will assist you in enjoying our family atmosphere and tasty food. View Profile

  1. Tokyo Kitchen

Tokyo kitchen is not an old restaurant in Dublin but is already becoming one of the most popular ones. It’s a take away restaurant known for serving delicious and fresh sushi. Tokyo Kitchen is open Mon – Sat on Bow Street in Smithfield, 11am – 4pm. View Profile

  1. Tippenyaki Restaurant

Gather round large grills and watch amazing chefs perform their culinary feats of magic. The Teppanyaki dining room prepares fresh fish, meat and vegetables, which are artfully chopped by master chefs and stir-fried before your eyes. Enjoy freshly prepared sushi made from the finest ingredients. This communal ritual is a trip to the cultural and flavourful heart of Japan. View Profile

  1. Michie Sushi

Michie Sushi is a family business. They started Michie Sushi as a take away in Ranelagh in 2007. Soon, catering and deliveries were added. Due to demand, they opened a small restaurant in 2011. In their first year, they won McKenna’s Best Sushi in Ireland, an award they have won every year since. View Profile

  1. Aoshima Sushi & Grill

They specialise in authentic and fresh sushi. They’re also into traditional tapas, such as Yakitori, Teppanyaki, and fresh Sashimi, with a wide selection of Sake and Japanese drinks to accompany. “Okonomiyaki” is the most famous street food in Japan these days, and in Dublin, you can find it with them! View Profile

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