Sushi has become a staple here in Dublin, with so many eateries in the capital offering their take on this traditional Japanese fare.
There is definitely a hierarchy when talking about sushi in Dublin, with some venues definitely offering better food than others. If you're looking for a delicious sushi experience in Dublin, this list should help to make sure that you end up in the right place.
1. Sisu Izakaya
Stephen Street Lower, Dublin 2
Sisu Izakaya is a relatively new venue, having only opened in late 2018, but it quickly established itself as one of the best places for sushi in Dublin. With a large, authentic menu on offer, Sisu Izakaya serves some really fresh and flavourful dishes with prices that won't break the bank.
IFSC, Sandyford, Blanchardstown, Capel Street, Parnell Street, Hogan Place
If you ask for recommendations on where to get sushi in Dublin, you'll more than likely hear Musashi as one of the top spots. With several locations around Dublin, you're never too far from great sushi. The food is always fresh and the service is good, so we definitely recommend visiting Musashi if you're looking for your sushi fix.
View this post on Instagram
Our sushi is made fresh by order and never leftover from the previous Hour. Not all sushi shops are as dedicated to freshness as we are at Musashi Sushi. . . . . . #musashi #sushi #sushiart #sushifun #lunchtimesnack #sushilunch #healthysnack #sushi#sushitime #sushidiet #sushilover#eatingfortheinsta #instagold #eatclean#sushiporn #eatinghealthy #noms#nyceats #nomnomnom #newforkcity#eeeeeats #eatingfortheinsta #foodpics#foodlover #foodporn
3. Michie Sushi
Ranelagh, Sandyford, Dún Laoghaire
Michie Sushi is a gorgeous family-run business with three locations in Dublin, as well as sushi bars in Avoca Rathcoole and Kilmacanogue. The sushi here has won many hearts, including ours, and the service is so good that you'll always leave with a smile on your face.
Lower Ormond Quay and South Great George's Street
Yamamori easily offers some of the best sushi in Dublin. The prices are great, the atmosphere is good and the sake is delicious. If you're looking for fast and delicious Japanese food in the capital, Yamamori is a great option.
5. Kimchi Hophouse
While Kimchi Hophouse is a Korean restaurant, it offers some really great sushi. With fresh ingredients and amazing staff, you know that you're in for a delicious meal if you visit this Parnell Street restaurant. Kimchi Hophouse definitely offers some of the tastiest sushi in Dublin, so if you haven't visited yet, then you need to go ASAP.
6. Taste by Dylan McGrath
South Great George's Street
If you're looking for something a little more high-end, Taste on George's Street should be your first port of call. Offering up delicate, delicious sushi made with great ingredients, this restaurant is one of our favourite places for sushi in Dublin.
7. Tokyo Kitchen
Tokyo Kitchen is one of Dublin's best-kept secrets, serving up the freshest sushi in the city from their little spot on Bow Lane. Brought to you by the people behind Kish Fish, Tokyo Kitchen offers generous food at reasonable prices, so it's well worth a visit.
Where do you like to get sushi in Dublin? Let us know in the comments below.