Sushi is one of those foods that’s hard to replicate at home. We’ve tried before and it just ended in a very sad pile of rice and tuna scraps. So now, whenever we find ourselves craving nigiri at home, we turn to the spots on this guide. They’re all doing takeout and delivery, and options range from extremely casual places with rolls under $10 to upscale restaurants you’d normally have to put on very nice pants to enjoy.
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Wabi Sabi’s donburi is one of our favorite things to eat in the Upper East Side, but you’ll also find more standard rolls at the small restaurant as well. Really, anything that comes out of the kitchen here is going to be great and satisfying if you’ve been daydreaming about sushi a lot lately. Check out the menu online and call (305) 890-7228 to order.
It is kind of a bummer to eat outside of Katana’s cool little restaurant, where plates float through the dining room in a sushi free-for-all. You can maybe try to recreate that experience in your bathtub. But the food here doesn’t necessarily need theatrics and will taste just fine on a boring old dining room table. You can order takeout by calling the restaurant at (305) 864-0037.
Pubbelly has locations in Dadeland, Aventura, Brickell, and South Beach. They’re all doing takeout and delivery. They have over a dozen rolls to choose from and also have a DIY sushi kit available to-go. If you’re feeling a little lazy just get some butter krab rolls, which are a very clever excuse to consume a lot of clarified butter.
This fantastic North Bay Village spot is still doing takeout. Wait times continue to be pretty steep if you call during lunch on the weekend, but whatever you order from their huge menu is going to be worth spending a few extra hungry minutes on the couch. Options here range from the basic California roll to signature rolls with deep-fried scallop, and they’re all so good that you might want to give yourself a solid half-hour to make a decision on what to order.
Sadly, you won’t get to partake in the sushi boat experience that makes this North Miami spot a fun place to eat. But what you can order here is still tasty and worth adding to your sushi takeout rolodex. The easiest way to order for pick up is to call them at (786) 391-2668.
Despite having “Thai” in its name, you should be ordering the sushi at this North Miami restaurant. Start with one of the cold dish appetizers like the “salmon demon slayer” - which sounds like it shops at Hot Topic but actually tastes very good - then go for any sushi or sashimi that sounds right to you. The full menu is online and you can call the restaurant directly at (305) 947-4338 to order for pick up, or find them on most major delivery apps.
Osaka is a fancy Nikkei restaurant in Brickell. They’ve got a pretty large menu with things like ceviche and Peruvian izakaya dishes, but the sushi here is what really deserves your attention. They offer nigiri, sashimi, and makimono, all of which is very good and worthy of a big night in.
Toni’s is a casual South Beach spot that has some solid sushi. They’ve got rolls for $10 and under, which makes them a good pick for those nights when you absolutely need a salmon roll, but have already blown through your weekly takeout budget like a rocket ship through cotton candy. You can order for pick up and delivery online.
The casual MiMo restaurant is a solid affordable sushi option. Most rolls are $10 or less and they also have nigiri, hand rolls, and combo plates with all of the above. There are hot dishes and appetizers too, in case you want to mix things up a bit. Place your order online.
Maybe you have some dietary restrictions or have just been eating a lot of sushi lately and are concerned about your mercury levels. Either way, Planta is a good option for plant-based sushi. It won’t completely fool you into thinking you’re eating raw fish, but this place still pulls off an excellent sushi impression with ingredients like watermelon, hearts of palm, and toasted coconut.