Sushi in Goodlettsville

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Sleek light fixtures dangle from Kohana Japanese Restaurant's ceiling and subtly illuminate a tidily minimal fleet of indigo and white chairs, booths abutting wavy-lined wall paneling, and plates featuring eats carefully crafted and presented by the chefs. Sharply dressed in the only two colors that can be worn together, black and white, servers march out with precisely sliced sections of signature dishes such as the Phoenix specialty roll, which combines spicy tuna, snow crab, and avocado with a multifaceted dressing. Non-sushi selections, such as crunchy shrimp tempura and baked salmon with eel sauce, also pair well with Kohana's selection of wine, beer, and sake.

300 Indian Lake Blvd
Hendersonville,
TN
US

Ru San’s chefs blend the subtle flavors of timeless Japanese cooking with the artistry of contemporary cuisine, creating edible masterpieces of fresh sushi, umami noodle dishes, and tender-seafood steaks. Diners sample delicate morsels of roe or smoked-shrimp nigiri, or dive into plates of specialty sushi maki, artfully plated to create likenesses of cucumber flower stalks and red-tuna valentine hearts. Far from a mere sushi bar, Ru San employs chefs that can bring to life a wealth of savory ramen and soba soups, crispy, dippable tempuras, and elegant seafood dishes—such as the sweet mocha cake scallops, or soy-butter grilled sea bass.

505 12th Ave S
Nashville,
TN
US

Tokyo Japanese Steak House is a feast for the eyes, nose, and ears as well as the mouth. In addition to "laser lights in the lobby" and "sushi in martini glasses," as noted by Nashville Scene, hibachi chefs stand by your table and make theater out of food preparation, tossing around teriyaki meats and tofu dishes and making puppet shows with chopsticks.

There’s also a wide selection of sushi here. Try the signature Tennessee roll, which incorporates spicy tuna topped with fish, eel sauce, and tempura flakes. Also worth a try: the barbecue eel over sushi rice.

3808 Cleghorn Ave
Nashville,
TN
US

Batter’d and Fried Boston Seafood House isn’t a traditional seafood restaurant. Yes, they have traditional classics like Butterfly Shrimp Basket, a Fried Oyster Dinner and Salmon Steak; what makes this seafood house different is the Wave Sushi Bar located inside the main restaurant. This distinct feature makes Batter’d and Fried Boston Seafood House different from many other seafood restaurants. Though located in Nashville, guests will find themselves transported to the New England coast with fresh flavors that taste good long after the first bite. Groups and families are welcome, and separate children’s menus and catering packages are available. To make sure everyone can enjoy the New England flavors, gluten free and vegetarian options are offered. Reservations are accepted and encouraged. Get a taste of New England in Nashville at Batter’d and Fried Boston Seafood House.

1008 Woodland Street
Nashville,
TN
US

Great sushi in Tennessee? You got it! There’s a reason that Sushi Me was awarded the Toast of Music City Award for 2014, and that reason is an abundance of fresh, unique sushi. Start your meal off right with a glass of wine or mixed drink from the bar, and remember that Thursday night is ladies’ night with half priced drinks until close. So, what is this unique sushi you have heard about? Try the Angry Banana, which combines spicy crab and banana (yes, banana) into a single delicious roll that you never even realized you wanted until now. Alternatively, check out the Las Vegas II or the Big Daddy to get your fill on fresh salmon and tuna.

6900 Lenox Village Dr
Nashville,
TN
US

If you’ve been on the lookout for an extensive menu of traditional Japanese favorites within the Music City, give this place a try. Not sure what you like? Order the Chef’s Choice, which comes with a variety of nigiri, rolls and sashimi to give you a sampling of a few of the fresh flavors. Don’t be afraid to get adventurous, however, because this place offers a menu full of creative options. Check out the Heart Attack Appetizer (jalapeno, spicy tuna and cream cheese) for a spicy opening to a fresh meal. For sushi, try The Wayne Roll (crab, eel, egg, avocado and burdock root) for its crunchy, unexpected appeal.

421 Union St
Nashville,
TN
US