Sushi in Gilbert

$16.50 for $30 Worth of Sushi and Teppanyaki at I Sushi & Teppan

I Sushi & Teppan

Chandler

$30 $16.50

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Delicious menu of fresh sushi and specialty rolls plus hot teppanyaki entrees, such as filet mignon and calamari

$18 for $30 Worth of Sushi and Drinks at The Sushi Room

The Sushi Room

Downtown Ocotillo

$30 $18

Sushi spot features 27 types of traditional sushi and sashimi, entrees, vegetarian options, hot or cold sake, and 29 wines

$30 for $50 Worth of Japanese Steak and Sushi at Roka Akor

Roka Akor

Paradise Valley

$50 $30

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Steaks and seafood cooked over oak-charcoal robata grills at an acclaimed Japanese steakhouse; award-winning sushi

Sushi and Mexican-Fusion Cuisine at Senor Sushi (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

Senor Sushi

Maryvale

$30 $18

Mexican specialty rolls with ingredients such as shrimp, beef, and jalapeños complement traditional maki rolls

Four-Course Sushi Dinner for Two or Four or More at Sakura Sushi and Steakhouse (44% Off)

Sakura Sushi and Steakhouse

Scottsdale 101

$39 $22

Sushi masters handcraft 25 specialty rolls, paired with bowls of salty edamame, crispy salads, and miso soup

$18 for Appetizers, Sake Bomb, and a Special Maki Roll for Two at Ginban Sushi ($31 Value)

Ginban Sushi

Ahwatukee Foothills

$31 $18

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Begin sushi dinners with hot miso soups or crisp salads before splitting a chef's specialty maki roll, an order of edamame, and a sake bomb

Sushi and Sake Meal for Two or Four at Yoshi Bento (Half Off)

Yoshi Bento

Desert View

$29.95 $15

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Meals for two or four with crispy avocado, sushi rolls, and sake

$19 for Sushi Meal for 2 w/ Two Rolls, Edamame, Soup, and Drinks at Iron Chef Japanese Cuisine ($35.50 Value)

Iron Chef Japanese Cusine

Paradise Valley

$35.50 $19

Prodigiously skilled chef whips up fresh, New York–style sushi and deep-fried rolls matched with sake for tables of two

$10 for $20 Worth of Sushi at OHYA Sushi, Korean Kitchen & Bar

OHYA Sushi, Korean Kitchen & Bar

North Mountain

$20 $10

Chefs prepare a wide variety of mouthwatering sushi rolls, from spicy tuna and salmon to Dynamite and Latin Lover

Select Local Merchants

At Sushi Avenue, chefs HaeChung Lee and Nansook Choi?or Harry and Nana, as they're known?curate a selection of more than 45 specialty sushi rolls filled with everything from apple to fresh crab. Along with the myriad maki?christened with names such as King Kong, Samurai, and Red Caterpillar?the restaurant also serves entrees such as orange chicken and classic appetizers such as miso soup, putting chopsticks to plenty of uses other than practicing Morse code.

866 N Higley Rd
Gilbert,
AZ
US

From afar, the inside of Hon machi Sushi & Cocktail could look like a thriving marina, as salmon, eel, and tuna from around the world board wooden boats that dock at tables framed with lush plants and paper lanterns. Seasoned sushi chefs outfit each these passengers with a layer of seaweed or rice before granting eight of them passage on the Hon machi boat along with three types of sashimi and a rainbow roll. In their wake, hot Japanese entrees such as chicken yakisoba and pork katsu emanate savory scents from Teppanyaki tables. In addition to captaining sushi boats, the staff gives specific driving directions to sushi and noodles, which show up at homes, parties, and corporate events.

2975 S Alma School Rd
Chandler,
AZ
US

Sushi chef Pancho doesn’t hide behind the walls of a kitchen. Dressed in a brightly colored happi coat emblazoned with tropical fish, Pancho can often be seen distributing hot towels and cracking jokes while he crafts sushi rolls filled with spicy crabmeat, masago, or yellowtail in front of diners at his sushi bar. Of course, chefs still create hot specialties in the kitchen—entrées such as teriyaki salmon, vegetable tempura, and breaded pork tonkatsu add a dose of heat like an eager dragon in his first day as an AC repairman. The eatery cuts down on diners' bills with daily specials, including a half-price sushi happy hour and all-you-can-eat sushi for around $20.

5965 W Ray Rd
Chandler,
AZ
US

With a nod to its namesake warriors, Ninja Japanese Restaurant assassinates insatiable appetites and sour moods alike for a fun and lively dining escape. At the outset, distinctively authentic decor transports guests to a trans-Pacific land without requiring them to buy a plane ticket or get really good at kayaking. Slim wooden logs form a roof over intricate wooden gates branded with Japanese characters, opening to reveal seating options that steer the evening's experience. Perched on chairs tucked under a U-shaped bar, diners watch chefs artfully roll fresh sushi from an edible palette of pink salmon, yellowtail tuna, or chunky avocado. The hibachi room, on the other hand, cranks up the heat. There, hungry diners sit up close to an iron teppanyaki griddle where a chef chops and sizzles fresh seafood and veggies, at once creating a meal and a spectacle to sate hungry stomachs and hungry eyes.

2330 N Alma School Rd
Chandler,
AZ
US

It's not unusual to find Tammy, owner of Pearl Sushi Lounge & Bomber Bar, standing behind the bar at one of her two restaurant locations, chatting with customers while they sip her signature cocktails and sake bombs. Her crew of bartenders takes their tasks seriously, mixing up martinis infused with soju, sake, fresh fruit juices, and muddled blackberries, or pouring red and white wines straight from the special tap designed to prevent oxidation. Inside the kitchens, the chefs work with equal dedication, whether crafting classic california sushi rolls or the more inventive White Snake roll stuffed with sweet-potato tempura, tamago, asparagus, and cream cheese, and topped with escolar and a spicy peach sauce. Small plates sport crispy calamari sautéed with fresh ginger and garlic while Big Plate meals feature wok-charred beef and teriyaki salmon flanked with miso soup, salad, and steamed edamame.

4252 N Drinkwater Blvd
Scottsdale,
AZ
US

Born in Seoul, South Korea, chef Yohan Yun first began working in sushi restaurants when he was 16. However, he credits his father with teaching him many of the skills that he still uses at Big Eye Sushi Bar to craft miso, soy sauce, and nato, a type of fermented soybean. The menu spotlights never-frozen fish; even the maki use rice sparingly. The rolls instead accessorize the tightly bundled fish and vegetables with such adventurous ingredients as chipotle cream sauce and thin slices of lemon. Orders of sashimi arrive with fragrant ginger sauce or jalapeños, keeping diners from tossing chopsticks to rakish musketeers having sword duels.

14144 N 100th St
Scottsdale,
AZ
US