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Top 10 Japanese Restaurants in Dublin

Top 10 Japanese Restaurants in Dublin

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  1. Yamamori

Yamamori was established in 1995 on South Great George’s Street, an early pioneer of top quality Japanese cuisine in Ireland. Today, 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. 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 with a big Irish Cead Mile Failte thrown in for good measure. 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. Eat Tokyo

Situated by the River Liffey, at the edge of the vibrant, busy Temple Bar in the heart of Dublin city, Eatokyo is a peaceful haven to relax and enjoy some of Dublin’s finest traditional Japanese cuisine. Enjoy the tranquil view of the river and Ha’penny Bridge whilst feasting on mouth-watering sushi and delicious noodle dishes.

Eat Tokyo Talbot Street is situated in the heart of north Dublin city centre just off of O’Connell street. This new restaurant brings the finest Asian street food to the heart of the city. Enjoy a great atmosphere and amazing food 7 days a week. View Profile

  1. Chai Yo

Discover Chai Yo Restaurant, home of Dublin’s live Teppanyaki cooking. This immersive experience is guaranteed to thrill as our chefs slice, dice and cook up a storm at the grill. Perfect for any occasion, join us for some fun and culinary theatre, 7 days a week for lunch or dinner. 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. Sisu Izakaya

Established in late 2018, Sisu Izakaya is one of Dublin’s newest dining establishments. Their kitchen team has developed a menu that pays homage to the best of Japanese casual dining cuisine with some ‘twists’. They have paired their food with a mix of some interesting wines from around the world which will further enhance customers’ experience. Their decor is distinctly casual, made using a mix of hand-crafted reclaimed wood and wrought iron. View Profile

  1. Aoshima Sushi & Grill

They specialise in authentic 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

  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. Honkaku

Experience the essence of Thai & Japanese food in Dublin at Honkaku. They are located at 189 Kimmage Road Lower, Terenure, Dublin 6. Here you can get fresh sushi and authentic Thai cuisine. Do you know the fact that Sushi is not all about RAW Fish? They have a wide range of toppings of cooked fish, green food for vegetarians and Vegans! Make your diet healthy , start with Honkaku. View Profile

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