Did someone say Sushi? To get you the definitive list of the finest Sushi spots in Fremont, we reviewed the finest review and restaurant sites incorporating millions of expert and diner reviews. You can find everything you need to know about the best Sushi spots in Fremont below.
Finding the right spot to satisfy your Sushi craving shouldn't be a full-time job. We pored over ratings for 4854 restaurants on Yelp and Google, 1095134 restaurant reviews in Seattle and 1116 top lists and articles. We paid extra attention to what Eater, SeattleMet and Foursquare had to say, and applied our Feastfox magic sauce. The restaurants you see have been featured in Eater - Top Japanese Restaurants in Seattle That Go Beyond Sushi and Ramen, SeattleMet - 29 Seattle Japanese Restaurants That Won’t Let You Down and Foursquare - The 15 Best Places for Sushi in Seattle. Our engine uses real-time data to only show restaurants that are open and their available services, so you can stay safe on your terms. This content is not sponsored by any restaurant or party, the restaurants shown are the real deal. These ten restaurants offer the best Sushi in Seattle.
Gauge the price of Sushi around town with the Sushi Price Index. Deal-seekers will love the lower prices at East Queen Anne, while those who love to splurge may enjoy what West Queen Anne has to offer. These average prices of 2 pc salmon sashimi are a great way to gauge overall restaurant pricing.
|Neighborhood||Ave. price for 2 pc salmon sashimi||# Sushi restaurants|
|West Queen Anne||$24||1|
|East Queen Anne||$5||1|
When considering what goes best with tempura prawn handroll, we recommend a glass of Vinho Verde Rose, it truly complements the dish as it the carbonation will cut through heavier flavors of the batter.
For an elevated experience, pair your salmon nigiri with Pinot Grigio. This combination works particularly well because this white wine doesn't overwhelm the dish.
Experts suggest pairing a tuna maki with a glass of Albariño, a popular white wine.
Hanaya Yohei is widely recognized as the first person to ever make the now-famous sushi.
Tim 'Eater X' Janus broke the world record by eating the most sushi in one sitting. The new record - that has not been beaten since - is 141 pieces.
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