Best Sushi Restaurants in the World Outside of Japan

Sushi is an addiction that has taken the world by storm in the last 50 years.

Sushi Restaurants

Sushi is an addiction that has taken the world by storm in the last 50 years. Here is a list of the 25 best sushi restaurants outside of Japan.

New York

bar massa

Masa, the main restaurant, is also arguably one of the best sushi spots in the world, but the full menu costs him a whopping $450, so at the bar next door, Masa, he gets a $50 omakase at the same time. and better quality.

Sushi Yasuda

The purest sushi bar, made from bamboo, wood, and not only the best seafood. Incredibly, he has also seven levels of tuna fat to choose from. The best place for sushi lunch is in Midtown Manhattan.

San Francisco


Not to mention that if he wants to visit only one sushi restaurant in San Francisco, this is it. Seafood is sourced from local fishermen or flown in from Tokyo’s Tsukiji fish market. Don’t stop at nigiri, don’t also forget the famous sushi rolls. Negitoro with tuna belly, green onions, pickles, and sesame seeds.

Los Angeles


Also after stepping into the world of sushi gourmet again, Nobu Matsuhisa met investor Robert De Niro and launched Nobu Chain. But his first Beverly Hills restaurant is also still located in Los Angeles.



Identically the famous but expensive Miku sister store – same authentic quality, but if you steal $50 you get 7 gourmet nigiri, 2 buns and soy his steak, Yuzu chocolate his brownie.



Gastronomy SW 3

In the heart of Chelsea, also discover Chef Sugisaki’s incredible cuisine and savor fatty tuna, Cornish his lobster, and black cod. Try to also reserve a seat at the six-seat sushi counter.


London’s oldest family restaurant is also in the heart of Mayfair. Kiku offers 29 types of nigiri, from razor to abalone. Also, all 13-course menus are under ¬£100.



It’s a bit far from the EU campus, but it’s worth going to Ixells for bento and sushi. They also uniquely prepare takeaways that are probably the best for those who want to serve their friends and colleagues at home.¬†


Sushi B.

He is uniquely one of Paris’ most sophisticated sushi restaurants, right across from the National Library. Quiet, no-nonsense, Zen decor, minimalist ambiance, everything then from the sushi to the food is impeccable. Sushi Okuda

Chef Okuda trained at one of Tokyo’s leading sushi restaurants, Koju. You can’t get any closer to Japanese culture, which is not only food, but also flowers, plants, textiles, and architecture.



Choosing one of Berlin’s many sushi restaurants is, of course, a matter of personal taste. But if you want intimacy and quality, go to this little sushi studio in Prenzlauer Berg.



Also home to Germany’s largest Japanese community, D√ľsseldorf is a great city to enjoy sushi. Mid-priced Yabase is an eel specialty restaurant that offers 20 imaginative sushi rolls ranging from yellowtail to foie gras.



Violinist and conductor Joji Hattori have also created the best sushi restaurant not only in the city but in all of Austria. Try it before or after the opera. You won’t regret it. Request a kitchen table for 6 to watch the chef prepare dinner.



Zurich’s best sushi restaurant is tucked away in the city’s industrial district, 20 minutes from the main train station. Also Well worth the hike. Swiss owner works with Japanese precision. Try crusty bread and in addition choose a liquor to match your meal.


Omakase by Vladimir Pak

Probably the best Edomae-style sushi bar in the north. Edo is also the former name of Tokyo, and mae means local. And it’s local: all the fish come from Norwegian waters, great stuff.


99 sushi bar

With his four locations in Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, and Marbella, 99 is his hero locally in Spanish sushi. Also innovative is sushi toro flambe with tomato puree and prawns with wasabi mayonnaise.


Sushi in Tokyo 

Choose from one of Tokyo’s signature restaurants or a more intimate Tokyo sushi bar in the central market. Seafood is also flown in from the Russian Pacific, Japan, and France, making it arguably the best sushi the Russian capital has to offer.


Sushi Misaki

As a matter of fact, Chef Misaki fuses Japanese and Thai flavors and techniques, and there’s no reason to fear this fusion. Ultimately Tokyo style. You’ll love this fun spot on Sukhumvit with a lively 10-seat bar.


Hashida Sushi

As a matter of fact, personal choice must be made among the many excellent sushi restaurants in Singapore. At Hashida, you can also enjoy all kinds of flavors in seafood sushi, including raw, aged, smoked, roasted, and yuzu.



All seafood comes from the nearby Pacific coast. Choose from two dozen nigiri, such as the salmon belly with truffle oil and yuzu or the Patagonian oyster with lemon and salmon roe. Probably the best sushi in the southern hemisphere.

Hong Kong

Sushi Saito

This Hong Kong branch of Tokyo’s famous Saito restaurant inside the Four Seasons Hotel is of the same quality. If you book a few weeks in advance and get your sushi room, the chef will also teach you how to make sushi at home.


Sashimi Shinsengumi

As the name suggests, sashimi is the specialty, and it is fresher than anywhere else. But that doesn’t detract from the excellent sushi. Crow’s North of He Nest will be ¬†also a repeat visitor to this restaurant on the Shore suburb.¬†



Sit in the bar, dining room, or her two private rooms for family or business events. Sushi is also served on lacquered plates, and nigiri pieces cost just AUD$50 for 13 pieces.



Lima has many great sushi restaurants specializing in Japanese and Peruvian cuisine. Maido with spicy and sweet ceviche flavor is the best. you will love the difference.

Rio de Janeiro

sushi revlon

This is where the rich and famous gather for the best atmosphere and quality in Rio. In addition to sushi, you can also enjoy fusion dishes such as tuna with foie gras and wasabi. global chain

Of course, there are famous chains all over the world that serve great sushi. Two things stand out about him.


49 locations from New York to Dubai. The brainchild of Nobu Matsuhisa and Robert De Niro, it is best known for its sushi, tiradito, and famous miso cod.


Founded by British-German chef Reiner Becker. His 16 outlets from London to Mykonos offer a wide variety of nigiri, rolls, and delicious Asian dishes. sushi code

Sushi has only three simple rules:

1. Eat with your fingers or chopsticks. No tearing or crushing, one bite is the best.

2. Especially in the West, we like to eat shredded sushi with soy sauce and wasabi, but that’s not the case. If you want more soy sauce, put a few drops on the side of the fish. Never pour it over rice. 3. When entering a sushi bar, nod your head in a friendly manner to show respect. Never forget that chefs are artists.

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