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  • Cuisine
    Sushi, Japanese

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Amy H.
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Report | 5 months ago
The yellow tail was especially good, and dont miss the Nutella desserts!
Lorna H.
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Report | 6 months ago
we really enjoyed their maki rolls, their signature kone rolls were not that impressive, go for the maki!
Piper E.
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Report | 6 months ago
The None is fresh, unique and delicious!
Sylvio S.
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Report | 9 months ago
great food, great service
g. m.
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Report | 10 months ago
Best service and incredible food. Leave room for their impressive desserts.
Bianca S.
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Report | 10 months ago
Best Sushi in town
Jon L.
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Report | 10 months ago
The temp rolls are great
Sergio V.
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Report | 11 months ago
I went with my expectations low and I really enjoyed the sushi, and my wife did it also!
Sergio C.
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Report | 11 months ago
Try the dessert. They are all excellent.
vanessa c.
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Report | 11 months ago
Tax and gratuity added based of entire total not discounted total.
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From Our Editors

Kone Sushi specializes in sushi hand rolls known in Japan as temaki?te, which means hand, and maki, which means roll. These tiny wonders rely on a strong Brazilian influence, and contrary to traditional sushi principles and intense protesting from old-school fishermen, they are crafted in a cone shape. Though Kone Sushi has more than 60 temaki recipes in salmon and tuna, patrons can modify rolls or create their own to specifications for pairing with a wide array of appetizers, salads, sashimi, and traditional-style house rolls.

Located in South Beach less than 1,000 feet from the Atlantic Ocean, Kone Sushi's modern dining room harbors a black-and-white color scheme, with glints of red in chairs and wall segments. In a separate lounge area, diners can also sip on Sakerinha, the sake version of Brazil's most popular liquor drink, or dish on a brazilian waffle treat called brigadeiro, made per tradition with chocolate and fresh fruit.

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