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8.5

Royal Sushi & Izakaya

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8.3
Candis R. McLean
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8.3

Sakana Omakase Sushi

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8.3
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PHL Guide

The Best Sushi Restaurants In Philly

From splurge-worthy omakase spots to low-key places for maki on the go, these are the best sushi restaurants in town.

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8.0

PHL Review

Ikki Japanese Cuisine & Bar

Ikki Japanese Cuisine & Bar, right down the street from the Liberty Bell, serves some of the best sushi in Philly.

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8.3

PHL Review

Kaiseki

Kaiseki in Callowhill is a takeout sushi spot serving up large combination platters that can feed a few people.

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8.3

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Midori Sushi

Midori Sushi in Society Hill is a pretty casual place with just a handful of seats and some of the best sushi in town.

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8.0

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Kinme

This Midtown Village BYOB has a long bar, a handful of tables that work great for a small group hangout, and reasonably-priced sushi that's some of the best in town.

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7.8

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Kei Sushi Restaurant

Kei Sushi Restaurant in Graduate Hospital has a pretty small space, so it’s easy to relax at the sushi counter and eat some mackerel, hamachi, and salmon belly.

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PHL Review

Omakase By Yanaga

Head to Omakase By Yanaga in Fishtown for a 25-course seafood-heavy meal full of truly excellent small bites and a wine pairing on a celebratory night.

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8.0

PHL Review

Tuna Bar

Tuna Bar is a large sushi restaurant in Old City that’s good for big group dinners, people-watching on its outdoor streetery, and drinking sake from their long list.

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8.9

PHL Review

Hiroki

Head to Hiroki in Fishtown for an intimate night of sushi with a 9-course omakase menu for $155 and a long sake list.

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8.3

PHL Review

Sakana Omakase Sushi

Sakana is the best option for an affordable omakase in Philly.

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7.6

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Hikari

Hikari is a BYOB sushi spot in Northern Liberties that has solid, classic rolls and a bunch of outdoor seating in the summer.

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8.2

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Morimoto

Morimoto is a sushi place in Old City that’s super expensive, so you should save it for a special occasion or when someone else is paying.

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8.0

PHL Review

DAWA Sushi and Ramen

DAWA is a small, casual sushi spot with a solid omakase offering under the El on Front Street.

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8.5

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Royal Sushi & Izakaya

Royal Sushi & Izakaya in Queen Village does the best sushi omakase in the city and has a fun bar up front.

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Izakaya By Yanaga

Izakaya By Yanaga is a great date night spot in Fishtown with a long menu of Japanese small plates and sushi.

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Yumi

Yumi in Sea Bright might just be the best sushi spot down the shore.

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Crazy Sushi

Crazy Sushi is a party BYOB in Center City with neon lights, decent rolls, and pretty much no rules.

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DK Sushi

DK Sushi is an outpost of Double Knot inside of Franklin’s Table that serves excellent sushi, including a $35 mini-omakase.

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Tomatoes

Tomatoes is a staple in Margate for everything from a Happy Hour drink to a birthday dinner with a few friends.

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8.3

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Umai Umai

Umai Umai in Fairmount makes affordable, a la carte sushi in a space that’s nice enough for a date, but not overly fancy.