6 Most Delicious Places to Get Sushi in Miami
3 letters define sushi: YUM. Let's have a look at 6 of the best places in Miami to find this tasty and delicious treat.
There is no denying the satisfaction felt of biting down into your favorite sushi roll and savoring the fresh salty taste inside. You look down at your plate and see another 3 rolls waiting to be devoured. You think to yourself, “Life is good”. Thank the Japanese for sharing with us such an incredibly simply dish which has so many variations you can be sure to never run out of combinations to try.
Let's have a look at 6 of the most delicious places to get sushi in Miami.
1104 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Doraku literally means “the road to happiness” in Japanese, and this is a belief that the owners truly value here. Doraku Sushi is a fusion of a restaurant, a bar, and a gathering place for people of all backgrounds to come in and enjoy themselves in a celebration of fantastic food and culture. Come in Monday to Sunday for the great Happy Hour lunch specials from 12pm to 3pm, or the dinner specials every day between 5pm and 7pm. Try the Emperor Roll to satisfy your hunger with tuna, salmon, crab, shrimp and avocado rolled in rice and topped with spicy aioli, masago and eel sauce. Delicious.
Monday to Saturday: 12pm to 3pm
Monday to Thursday: 5pm to 10:30pm
Friday to Saturday: 3pm to 11:30pm
Sunday: 3pm to 10:30pm
200 SE 15th Road, Miami, FL 33129
Obba Sushi is well-known for offering more than 30 different sauces and more than 100 different types of sushi on its menu. With a great atmosphere, and around 2,000 square feet of space, Obba Sushi can accommodate large groups who have two things in mind – celebration and delicious sushi. Come in Monday to Friday between 4pm and 7pm for great specials, including 2 for 1 specialty rolls, and $8.99 for a regular sushi roll plus a beer. Obba Sushi can also fulfil all of your catering needs, so keep them in mind for your next party or important event.
Monday to Sunday: 12pm to 11pm.
661 Brickell Key Drive, Miami, FL 33131
NAOE is arguably regarded as the most exclusive sushi restaurant in town. Each night, the Chef Kevin Cory, prepares an exclusive menu for up to 8 guests at a time at either 6pm or 9:30pm, and serves the most finest and most delicious Japanese sushi that you will have ever tasted. Priced at $200 per person plus a 20% service charge and sales tax, you will see why the Miami Herald rated this 5-star establishment as the best sushi restaurant outside of Japan.
Reservation Seating Times:
6pm and 9:30pm
Limited to 8 guests per seating.
Go To Sushi
5140 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33137
Two things make this a go-to sushi restaurant for locals and visitors alike – tasty food and affordable prices. A California roll will only set you back $3.75 for crab, avocado and cucumber wrapped in masago and sesame. Or why not try a Tempura JB Roll for $6.00 – fried salmon with cream cheese and scallion.
Monday to Thursday: 11am to 10pm
Friday: 11am to 11pm
Saturday: 1pm to 11pm
Sunday: 1pm to 9pm
Akashi Japanese Restaurant
5830 S. Dixie Highway, South Miami, FL 33143-3688
Popular with students of the nearby University of Miami, and located directly opposite the Sunset Place parking garage, the Akashi Japanese Restaurant is perfect for everyone. Dark lighting makes for a warm and cosy atmosphere, and a salt-water fish tank runs along the wall really sets the mood here. The menu includes all of the traditional Japanese dishes, including what they call the best sushi boats in Miami. The name “Akashi” literally means “bright stone” in Japanese, and is also a fishing city in Japan highly-famous for its seafood, so you can be sure to expect traditional food at a very high standard.
Monday to Thursday: 11:30am to 11pm
Friday: 11:30am to 12am
Saturday: 12pm to 12am
Sunday: 1pm to 11pm
Okinawa Sushi Express
119 SE 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33131
When describing the Okinawa Sushi Express, it is best to jump right into the food that they offer, because they do a very good job at it. Think of authentic Japanese cuisine such as Beef Teriyaki, Avocado and Ikura Nigiri, Shumai, and not to mention the star of the show – absolutely amazing sushi! Try the Unagi roll (eel and cucumber) for just $4.25. If you are feeling yourself in the mood for a little bit of spice, you must try the Miami Hurrican Roll for $9.00 – spicy salmon, tempura flakes, avocado and spicy mayo drizzled on top.
Monday to Friday: 11am to 10pm
Saturday: 12pm to 10pm
Sunday: 4pm to 10pm
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