Sushi in Seattle, WA


Chef's Prix Fixe Japanese Dinner for Two at I Love Sushi on Lake Union. Groupon Reservation Required.

I Love Sushi on Lake Union

South-Lake Union

Executive chef Hideaki Taneda crafts a creative and authentic Japanese dinner, including fresh seafood, sushi, and mango sherbet

$90 $60

Chef's Omakase Sushi and Sashimi Dinner for Two or Four at Mori Japanese Restaurant

Mori Japanese Restaurant

Greenwood

Diners enjoy a multi-course dinner with soup, salad, dessert, and a selection of sushi and sashimi chosen by the chef

$80 $80

Sushi and Japanese Food at Sushi Joa Restaurant (Up to 43% Off). Two Options Available.

Sushi Joa Restaurant

Moss Bay

Using only the freshest fish, the chefs can slice paper-thin pieces of yellowfin tuna and salmon sashimi to layer over sushi rice

$30 $17

Japanese Food and Sushi at Sushi Spott with Lounge (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

Sushi Spott

Murphy's Corner Plaza

Sushi Spott offers over 50 special fusion sushi rolls to choose from to enjoy with hot or cold sake

$30 $18

$12 for $20 Worth of Sushi for Parties of Two or More at Wasabi Bay

Wasabi Bay

Mill Creek Plaza

Sushi selections such as shrimp tempura, eel, crab, and spicy scallop rolls

$20 $12

Sushi and Japanese Cuisine at Sumo Sushi (35% Off)

Sumo Sushi

Elk Run

Diners pluck pieces of blue-fin tuna sashimi off plates, pop bright maki into mouths, and slurp up udon noodles

$20 $13

$30 for $50 Worth of Japanese and Hawaiian Food for Two at 'Ohana

'Ohana

Belltown

Tropical-themed eatery with Hawaiian-style roast pork and curried stew as well as sushi rolls and sashimi

$50 $30

Japanese and Hawaiian Food for Two or Four at 'Ohana Eastside

Ohana Eastside

Gilman

Tropical-themed eatery with Hawaiian-style roast pork and curried stew as well as sushi rolls and sashimi

$35 $21

Hot Pot Cuisine for Two or Four at Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot Downtown Seattle and Bellevue (Up to 45% Off)

Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot

Multiple Locations

Communal diners dunk meats and veggies into a pot of boiling broth, producing cooked bites and a flavorful soup

$20 $11

$28 for $40 Worth of Gourmet American Cuisine for Dinner at The Scotch and Vine

The Scotch and Vine

Marina District

Artisan cheese plates, filet mignon, game burgers, and juicy sirloin paired with craft beers, scotches, and fine wines

$40 $28

$15 for Three $10 Vouchers for Mexican Food and Drinks at Memo's Mexican Food ($30 Value).

Memo's Mexican Food

University District

Jumbo burritos stuffed with top sirloin steak; carne asada fries crowned with sour cream and cheese; filling chiles rellenos

$10 $5

$15 for $30 of Indian Food

Everest Kitchen

Everest Kitchen

Napalese, Tibetan, and Indian dishes such as chicken momo dumplings, paneer, and vegatable thukpa soup

$30 $15

Brazilian Steak-House Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at The Grill from Ipanema (Up to 50% off)

The Grill from Ipanema

Belltown

Brazilian passadores, or carvers, offer all-you-can-eat meats with the rodízio experience, along with traditional Brazilian dishes

$60 $30

$17 for $30 Worth of Pizza and Drinks at Bison Creek Pizza & Pub

Bison Creek Pizza & Pub

Burien Lake View

Amid the saloon ambiance of the historic Burien Theatre, enjoy gourmet pizzas, spaghetti with housemade meatballs, and pulled-pork grinders

$30 $17

$17 for $30 Worth of Italian Food at Angelo's of Burien

Angelo's of Burien

Burien Lake View

Authentic recipes straight out of Lazio, Italy make their way onto dinner menus at this restaurant that’s been family owned since 1957

$30 $17

Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Dinner at Thrive Cafe (Up to 40% Off)

Thrive Cafe

Thrive

Organic, plant-based café features gluten- and dairy-free menu offering juices, superfoods, smoothies, elixir shots, salads, and entrees

$20 $12

Indian Food at Jewel of India (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Jewel of India

University District

Entrees include spicy lamb vindaloo with potatoes and mango veggie curry with sautéed vegetables, mango chutney, and a bit of cream

$22 $11

$13 for $20 Worth of Mexican Food at Arturo's Mexican Restaurant

Arturo's Mexican Restaurant

Des Moines

Mexican favorites such as burritos and fajitas served in a brightly decorated restaurant with a dance floor and an outdoor patio

$20 $13

Turkish and Italian Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at The Olive and Grape (Up to 40% Off)

The Olive and Grape

Greenwood

Chefs combine flavors from Turkey, Italy, and Greece in a menu that showcases Turkish mini dumplings and housemade gnocchi with fresh pesto

$40 $28

Greek Breakfast or Brunch, or Greek Dinner for Two or Four at Yannis Greek Restaurant (Up to 37% Off)

Yannis Greek Restaurant

Phinney Ridge

Greek specialties such as spicy feta dip and beef moussaka, plus breakfast dishes with gyro meat and ground lamb

$20 $14

Thai Dinner at Thai 65 (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Thai 65

University District

Classic Thai dishes, such as drunken noodles, pumpkin curry, and pad thai, plus a few Chinese options thrown in

$20 $12

$6 for $10 Worth of Vietnamese Cuisine for Dinner at Le's Phở Tái

Le's Phở Tái

Shoreline

Chefs simmer pho broth for more than 20 hours to procure impeccable flavor and craft bahn mi sandwiches with locally sourced ingredients

$10 $6

Deep-Fried Salmon or Blackened Salmon Burger with Fries and a Drink at Mr. Lu's Seafood and Burgers (33% Off)

Mr Lu's Seafood & Burgers

U-District

Deep-fried salmon or a blackened salmon burger pairs well with sizzling fries and a large drink at this U-District mainstay

$15 $10

$18 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Mexican Food at Baja Tacos & Beer ($30 Value)

Baja Tacos & Beer

Crown Hill

Food-truck-style tacos served alongside other Mexican favorites such as fajitas, carne asada, nachos, and quesadillas

$10 $6

$18 for $30 Worth of Bistro Food and Drinks at Frankie's B-Town Bistro

Frankie's B-Town Bistro

Burien Lake View

Rotating menu includes dishes such as hanger steak with gorgonzola butter, chicken parmesan, grilled prawns, english pea ravioli, and pizza

$30 $18

$12 for $20 Worth of Indian and Mediterranean Food

Qazis Indian Restaurant

Fremont

Dozens of dishes from all over the Indian subcontinent and some from the Mediterranean such as tandoori seafood, mango curry, and puffy naan

$20 $12

Italian Meals in Seattle's Little Italy (Up to 50% Off). Six Options Available.

Cafe Bengodi

Multiple Locations

Three restaurants in Seattle’s Little Italy serve traditional Italian dishes and wine

$40 $21

Italian Cuisine at Mondello Italian Restaurant (Up to 38% Off). Two Options Available.

Mondello Italian Restaurant

Southeast Magnolia

Sicilian dishes of fresh seafood, pesto, and gnocchi served amid decor reminiscent of a seaside village

$50 $31

Casual American Food for Two or Four at Sea Monster Lounge (Up to 50% Off)

Sea Monster Lounge

Sea Monster Lounge

Grassfed beef burgers on organic buns, crispy chicken wings, specialty cocktails, and 10 Northwest beers on tap

$40 $20

$18 for $25 Worth of Mexican Food at Mayas Mexican Restaurant

Mayas Mexican Restaurant

Rainier Beach

Burritos and enchiladas stuffed with rice, beans, and perfectly seasoned meats share the menu with carne asada and chicken mole platters

$25 $18

Select Local Merchants

  • Momiji
    Momiji Sushi Restaurant & Bar: A User’s Guide 40+ Specialty Sushi Rolls | Omakase | Sake and Full Bar | Local Ingredients | Japanese Garden Sample Menu Raw bar: octopus carpaccio Entree: chicken yakisoba noodles Sushi roll: Samurai Spirit with spicy yellowtail, albacore, onions, and ponzu Where to Sit: Request a seat near the floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook Momiji's traditional Japanese garden, a tranquil space in the bustling Capitol Hill neighborhood. Fun fact: Momiji translates to "Japanese maple," and there are two in the garden. When to Go: Head in early for the daily happy-hour specials, or visit late for a nighttime nosh—the restaurant offers a late-night menu until the kitchen closes at 12:30 a.m.. While You’re Waiting: Play "Name the Fake Sushi Roll" with your dining companions, in which you list two of the restaurant's real rolls and one you've made up. With more than 40 wildly named selections, it should be difficult for your friends to spot the fake one. Hint: Mango Tango, Streetfighter, and Lucky Leprechaun are all real. Inside Tips If the massive sake list overwhelms you, try a three- or five-glass flight. Likewise, if you can't decide what to order, let the chef decide for you with the omakase menu. The sushi rolls are huge (nine pieces) and packed with an entire supermarket's worth of ingredients, so come hungry or willing to share. Vocab Lesson Omakase: chef-selected multicourse dinner, typically focusing on sushi. The word can be approximately translated as "I trust you"—a sign of confidence in the chef's craft. Ponzu: a thin, citrusy sauce usually containing mirin, rice vinegar, and bonito flakes; it may also be mixed with soy sauce. Sake: Japanese wine made with fermented rice. While it was once common to serve all sakes warm, premium sake are now served at room temperature or slightly chilled. While You’re in the Neighborhood For the Film Buff: Visit the Northwest Film Forum (1515 12th Avenue) to catch a classic, indie, or documentary flick. For the Aspiring Author: Hugo House (1634 11th Avenue) offers a selection of classes and events for writers, including wine and poetry nights, author readings, and writers' groups.
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    1522 12th Avenue
    Seattle, WA US
  • Moshi Moshi Sushi
    Moshi Moshi Sushi: A User’s Guide Tsukiji Market Seafood | Japanese Beer and Sake | Critically Acclaimed Cocktails | Stunning Interior Design Sample Menu Cocktail: green-tea daiquiri with green-tea-infused rum, lime juice, and housemade green-tea syrup Appetizer: tako yaki—steamed or fried dumplings stuffed with octopus and topped with spicy mayo, unagi sauce, bonito, pickled ginger, and scallions Entree: chef’s selection of five types of sashimi, served with miso soup and rice Where to Sit: Snag a spot at the sushi bar to see world-class chefs craft rolls from fresh seafood shipped in daily from Tsukiji Market in Tokyo. When to Go: Stop in during happy hour for $3–$7 sushi rolls and $7 cocktails. Moshi Moshi offers weekday, weekend, and late-night happy hours to curb all of your beverage and sushi cravings. While You’re Waiting Head over to the cocktail bar and try one of the 25 specialty drinks designed by acclaimed bartender Erik Carlson. Take in Moshi Moshi’s massive centerpiece: a two-story cherry tree sculpture lit by hundreds of LED blossoms. Inside Tips If you’re feeling inspired, ask the chefs to make an off-menu roll of your own creation. Reservations are recommended if you want a table. Vocab Lesson Moshi moshi: the standard greeting when answering the phone in Japan. While You’re in the Neighborhood: Grab dessert in the form of a gooey, oven-fresh molten cake from Hot Cakes (5427 Ballard Ave NW), which offers a handful of vegan options alongside its dairy cakes.
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    5324 Ballard Ave. NW
    Seattle, WA US
  • Sushi Kappo Tamura
    The Three Faces of Sushi Kappo Tamura Kappo-Style Dining The Japanese have plenty of words for different styles of dining, from omakase (chef’s selection) to izakaya (a Japanese pub with great food). But kappo might not be on the tip of many tongues. Legendarily rooted in Osaka starting in the 19th century, kappo dining puts the chef on display in the dining room, where diners can watch their meals form before their very eyes. Even better, there are no imaginary lines here between cook and customer: the other distinctive part of kappo are the many close interactions between the diners and chef, making it a learning experience for both parties. Local Everything, Always You could say it’s the Japanese way, but here, more than anything it’s the Tamura way: creating a menu based on whatever fresh, local food chefs can obtain that day. With produce plucked from the rooftop garden or shrimp caught in Skagit Bay, chefs create a brand-spankin’-new menu every day. That means you may not have much control over what’s offered, but with the chefs’ degree of skill in the kitchen, that essentially doesn’t matter. Overachiever When Seattle Magazine named Sushi Kappo Tamura the Best New Restaurant in 2011, it lauded it’s sushi as the best in Seattle. That might seem like a big enough accomplishment in itself, but it’s not the only trophy in this restaurant’s case. Seattle Magazine readers’ choice voters agreed with the critics, deeming it Best Sushi in 2014. Travel + Leisure called it one of the Best Sushi Restaurants in the States. Maybe it’s the freshness of every ingredient or Kyoto-born chef Taichi Kitamura’s constant strive for perfection, but Sushi Kappo Tamura keeps racking up accolades that leave the rest of the pack lagging behind.
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    2968 Eastlake Ave E
    Seattle, WA US
  • Japonessa
    Japonessa: A User’s Guide Japanese Cuisine Via South America | Unexpected Sushi Combinations | Asian- and Latin-Inspired Cocktails Sample Menu Appetizer: Pulpo Carpaccio, thin-sliced octopus in cilantro oil and mustard soy with a tomato-lime mignonette Signature roll: Tres Diablos, a roll with spicy tuna, cucumber, and cilantro topped with tuna, salmon, and yellowtail. A drizzle of strawberry-habanero sauce finishes it off. Kitchen dish: Dragon Scallops, bacon-wrapped scallops with lime peppers Cocktail: Poquito Nellie—cucumber and shiso with tequila, aperol, and lime Raves: A Seattle Met Editor’s Pick: “Creations like agedashi tofu and tempura-fried brie, followed by a monstrous Street Fighter II Roll, open the mind and the palate.” “Those who are willing to throw their sushi street cred out the window and simply enjoy one of the most indulgent rolls in town, look no further than the Super Bad Boy Roll. A decadent mix of eel, snow crab, avocado, and cream cheese.” — _Seattleite Vocab Lesson Hamachi: young yellowtail, popular in sushi. Tobiko: flying fish roe; its red-orange color and crunchy texture make it a popular garnish for sushi While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Stock up on fodder for dinner conversation by exploring the masterpieces at the Seattle Art Museum. After: Relish a birds-eye-view of the waterfront as the Seattle Great Wheel reaches its apex.
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    1400 1st Avenue
    Seattle, WA US
  • Daimonji Sushi & Grill
    Daimonji Sushi & Grill: A User’s Guide Custom Sushi | 45+ Rolls | Vegetarian Options | Take-Out | Free Parking Sample Sushi Rolls Sake roll with Atlantic or sockeye salmon Oishi roll with smoky spicy scallop and crab on top of an ebi tempura shrimp roll Avocado roll Inside Tips If you're feeling extra hungry, order a donburi and chirashi dish—sushi served in a bowl rice with miso soup. Although sushi immediately calls to mind raw fish, Daimonji also serves vegetarian rolls stuffed with avocado, cucumber, soybeans, and other meatless ingredients. If none of the nearly 50 rolls on the menu catch your eye, you can request that the chef make you a custom one. Vocab Lesson Hamachi: young yellowtail, popular in sushi. Tobiko: flying fish roe; its red-orange color and crunchy texture make it a popular garnish for sushi While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Browse the ever-changing curiosities found at the Georgetown Trailer Park Mall (5805 Airport Way South), a popup shop full of vintage and handmade treasures. After: Let your taste buds vacation to Hawaii via a slice of pineapple, mango, or other tropical-fruit-flavored cake from Cakes of Paradise (6322 6th Avenue South).
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    5963 Corson Avenue South
    Seattle, WA US
  • Dragonfish Asian Cafe
    Dragonfish Asian Cafe: A User’s Guide Pan-Asian Cuisine | Specialty Cocktails | Paramount Hotel Location | Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Sample Menu Breakfast: omelet with rock shrimp, tomatoes, scallions, and mozzarella cheese Lunch: bento box with thai crab cakes, singapore noodles, and spicy tuna roll Maki roll: Dante’s Inferno with shrimp, kaiware, habanero tobiko, red onion, and spicy sauce Dinner: tempura peppered bacon with sweet chili-passionfruit sauce Dessert: lemongrass crème brûlée Where to Sit For a show: the eatery’s exhibition kitchen For privacy: in the Terrace Room for an intimate family dinner While You’re Waiting: Relax at the bar while enjoying one of the specialty cocktails, such as the Dragonfish Lemongrass Collins with house lemongrass- and kaffir-lime-leaf-infused vodka and fresh lemon soda. When to Go Mondays feature an extended happy hour from 3 p.m. to 1 a.m. Wednesday night is Girlfriend’s Night Out with raffle drawings and prizes. Vocab Lesson Tobiko: flying fish roe; its red-orange color and crunchy texture make it a popular garnish for sushi.
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    722 Pine Street
    Seattle, WA US

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