A great sushi experience can vary depending upon the customer, but in reality it relies on two things: fish and creativity. For starters, remember the fresher the fish is, the better it will taste. However, the presentation is also important for the overall experience. If you’re looking for an impressive experience, try one of these great sushi bars from around the world.
Located in Los Angeles, California, the Urasawa sushi bar offers limited seating and is a culinary theatrical event. The owner and chef, Hiroyuki Urasawa, is extremely talented, but the trip will cost you. Typically, a sushi dinner for 2 will cost around $1000 (including tip and tax).
A staff favorite for local businesses (including the Japanese embassy), Kiku offers as close of a Tokyo experience as you can get in London, England. Plus it features the fun experience of your chef cooking your dinner in front of you.
This sushi bar is one of the most celebrated sushi restaurants out there. Located in Tokyo, Japan; it even has a full length documentary that was created to follow Chef Sukiyabashi Jiro. Known for their efficient staff and mouthwatering food, Sukiyabashi Jirois a must stop for any sushi lover.
Featuring over two dozen different kinds of local, Alaskan, and Japanese seafood, Sushi Sasabune in Honolulu, Hawaii will keep your taste buds mesmerized. This exquisite experience is created by Chef Seiji Kumagawa and will keep you coming back for more.
Isami is known for their delectable dishes and is a tourist attraction due to its association with actress Keiko Kishi. The restaurant is known for their shshi and sashimi prepared by Chef Katsuo Nakamura. It is commonly referred to as the best sushi bar (restaurant) in Paris as well as one of the best in the world.