Finding the best Sushi spots has never been easier. We created the definitive list of the finest Sushi spots in Capitol Hill by scouring the finest restaurant and review sites, expert rankings, food blogs and review articles. Scroll down to compare ratings, reviews, prices, and hours in one place, and make your decision easier than ever.
Finding the right spot to satisfy your Sushi craving shouldn't be a full-time job. For these results, 1095134 restaurant reviews were analyzed, 4854 restaurants’ Yelp and Google reviews were captured, and exactly 1116 lists and articles from SeattleMet, Eater and Zagat and others were carefully reviewed by Feastfox. The spots that made the cut have been featured in SeattleMet - 29 Seattle Japanese Restaurants That Won’t Let You Down, Eater - Top Japanese Restaurants in Seattle That Go Beyond Sushi and Ramen and Zagat - Best Japanese Restaurants in Seattle. Our engine uses real-time data to only show restaurants that are open and their updated available services, so you can actually enjoy the food we show. Feastfox gets no payment from the restaurants we show, so you can trust what you see. These ten restaurants offer the best Sushi in Seattle.
Find Sushi for your budget. Deal-seekers will love the lower prices at Eastlake, while those who love to splurge may enjoy what Minor has to offer. We looked at the price of 2 pc salmon sashimi across every Sushi spot in town to create the Sushi Price Index.
|Neighborhood||Ave. price for 2 pc salmon sashimi||# Sushi restaurants|
|South Lake Union||$12||4|
Experts often pair tuna maki with a glass of Albariño, a popular white wine.
For an elevated experience, pair your tempura prawn handroll with Vinho Verde Rose. This combination works particularly well because this white wine the carbonation will cut through heavier flavors of the batter.
When considering how to best enjoy your rainbow roll, we would highlight how well a glass of Gruner Veltliner complements the dish as it enhances the taste of sushi.
Hanaya Yohei is widely recognized as the first person to ever make the now-famous sushi.
Tim 'Eater X' Janusate the most sushi in the world by finishing no fewer than 141. Who’s up for breaking this record?
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