Below is a list of the top and leading Sushi in Miami. To help you find the best Sushi located near you in Miami, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Miami’s Best Sushi:
The top rated Sushi in Miami, FL are:
- OMAKAI Sushi – is a conventional sushi and hand roll restaurant
- Wabi Sabi Miami – is a traditional Japanese restaurant
- Sushi Chef Japanese Restaurant & Market – established by chef Enomoto
- AHI Sushi Bar – is a genuine Omakase-style Japanese experience
- Go To Sushi – started in the Miami area over 35 years ago
OMAKAI Sushi is a conventional sushi and hand roll restaurant that opened its doors at 2107 NW 2nd Ave Miami, FL Wynwood District, Miami on November 15, 2019. The restaurant is a partnership between two brothers Diego and Pedro Quijada, Nicolas Sayavedra, and Aaron Pate, 4 individuals with hospitality backgrounds who contain a team with the sole passion of bringing traditional sushi to Miami. Their menu is composed of three ‘leave it up to us’ set menus, a difference of omakase-style which means “trust in the chef,” along with an a la carte section for those experienced sushi eaters who wish to relish other delicacy fish and seafood.
Menu, Order Online, Sushi Box, Gift Cards
“Great sushi. Fish is very tasty. Price is fairly moderate for Japanese in Miami. Highly recommended. Suggest you book ahead of time.” – James K.
Wabi Sabi Miami
Wabi Sabi Miami started in 2018 compressing the breadth and depth of Japan’s culinary traditions into 5 signature dishes focused on quality and flawless execution. Now, their menu features traditional rolls and hand rolls, meticulous omakase platters, refined vegetarian offerings, and various private dining experiences. Guests can enjoy an ever-changing array of seasonal and hard-to-find ingredients served in multiple formats, while also rejoicing in the ability to customize donburi with various bases and sauces. Wabi-Sabi is a traditional Japanese restaurant that utilizes simple, time-honored techniques to provide a concise selection of sushi and donburi in a comfortable setting.
Menu, Private Dining, Dine-In, Takeout
“I recommend this restaurant for many reasons: the quality of the food is exceptional, all the ingredients seem freshly taken from their natural environment, the food at the right temperature, the explosion of flavors in the mouth. The service was impeccable. I recommend sitting at the bar.” – Natalia Ibáñez P.
Sushi Chef Japanese Restaurant & Market
Sushi Chef Japanese Restaurant & Market, chef Enomoto and his family travel to sunny South Florida and in 1991 establish Sushi Chef Japanese Restaurant was in the beginning was a Japanese market and a few tables for lunch. As the years went by it has grown to be one of Miami’s hidden treasures for locals to get their Japanese food. Sushi Chef and Chef Enomoto have been remarkable their clients with Miami’s best Japanese dishes for more than 24 years.
Menu, Dine-In, Takeout, Delivery
“Loved the atmosphere, loved the staff, adored the Sushi Chef, and indulged in some great tasting, beautifully presented sushi dishes. Definitely coming back when in Miami again!” – Richard F.
AHI Sushi Bar
AHI Sushi Bar is a genuine Omakase-style Japanese experience. Omakase is the Japanese tradition of letting the chef pick your order. Omakase or “I leave it to you,” comprises seasonal vegetables, fresh fish, and ingredients. Ahi Sushi will also serve fresh sushi, sashimi, and traditional poke bowls for lunch. Seating times for Omakase dining are Tuesday-Thursday: 6 pm, 7:30 pm, 9 pm, and 10:30 pm.
Menu, Order Delivery, Order Pickup
“Great experience! family environment. the chef makes the sushi hand-made to order and they are grade A. The Omakase experience is pricey but worth every penny if you can splurge. Will definitely return.” – Marise J.
Go To Sushi
Go To Sushi, chef Kamei started Sushi in the Miami area over 35 years ago and has since been on a roll spreading the joy of what great sushi should be, delectable, responsibly sourced ingredients, creative and tasty combinations, and an experience you want to have again and again. Kamei is no stranger to the sushi culture in Miami, he has owned and managed restaurants in Coral Gables, South Beach, and Palmetto Bay and now he and his wife are thrilled to bring great tasting sushi to the Miami Design District of Wynwood. Sushi newbies and know-it-alls alike can now relish tasty sushi and savory Japanese dishes and desserts at an incredible price.
Menu, Dine-In, Takeout, No-Contact Delivery
“I’m not a local, so I don’t know if the location is good or not, but from the number of carryout and pickups, this place is pretty popular. We dined in, had an array of items and every bite was fresh, tasty, and better than expected. The salmon was bright and fresh, shrimp was, too. Teriyaki chicken was also a good entree and the vegetable rolls started it all off hot and crisp. Very small dine-in area but constant carry out says I’m not the only Joe who enjoyed this small but kicking sushi place.” – Barry H.
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