About this Business

Take a trip to Raw Sushi & Sake Lounge in Philadelphia and make your next meal a good one. Gluten-free and low-fat are not one in the same, but this place serves them both. Pick your poison and toast your evening ? drinks are also served here. Raw Sushi & Sake Lounge is great for a large crowd and offers a private room for parties, celebrations or other merry gatherings. For comfortable outdoor service, Raw Sushi & Sake Lounge sets up a seasonal patio.

Give the restaurant a call to reserve your table ahead of time. Raw Sushi & Sake Lounge goes easy on the dress code ? business casual is expected, so no need to squeeze into your finest attire. Dining out isn't your only option here ? pickup is available, too.

While multiple parking choices are available near Raw Sushi & Sake Lounge, garage and street parking are the closest options. Commute by bike to Raw Sushi & Sake Lounge and find easy bike parking.

Raw Sushi & Sake Lounge's moderately-priced platters and top-notch taste bring foodies back to Raw Sushi & Sake Lounge time and time again.

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Jody8 years ago

really great Sushi!!!!

Angelo9 years ago

will return excel ant service

Laurie10 years ago

It was a little too dark, hard to read the menu. Also, the music could match the atmosphere more

Edward10 years ago

Food was served hot.

Dawn10 years ago

Go! The food is great! Prices were relative to other good sushi places. Our bill was $96 after the Groupon $40 worth of sushi for $20. There were 3 of us. We each ordered an appetizer and 2 rolls then added the signature roll after the waiter recommended it. We had about a quarter of that last roll to take home. With tip on the full bill, it was $126

george10 years ago

The food is great and the server very nice, but you have serious pretentious vibes. It doesn't really matter, but you're way pretentious.

Donna10 years ago

tables are VERY close together!

Veronica10 years ago

Intimate lighting can be had with the ability to read menus. The installation of tiny point lights above each table would go a long way.

Kaci10 years ago

Treat children great

Susan10 years ago

I don't think I'd go there without a Groupon. The Sashimi pieces are $3-4 per piece, or $6-$8 per order. It's very expensive. I had a salad, a portion of the beef appetizer (which was $7) and an order (2) of sashimi and it was $20.