If you’re longing for sushi in Phoenix, this list of sensational sushi spots is just for you. We reviewed the top food blogs and leading publications to find you the best sushi in Phoenix. Treat yourself to an omakase experience or grab a takeout of nigiri from these featured restaurants.
We know how tough it is to find the best Sushi in Phoenix. We pored over ratings for 11589 restaurants on Yelp and Google, 823905 restaurant reviews in Phoenix and 692 top lists and articles. We paid extra attention to what Hoodline had to say, and applied our boam magic sauce. Don’t bother looking for Hoodline - 4 top spots for sushi in Phoenix and Hoodline - The 5 best Japanese spots in Phoenix – we’ve already done so for you and included all you need to know. As restaurants continue to adapt to COVID-19, you can trust us to show the latest information on which restaurants are open and how with our real-time data recommendation engine. Our site gets no payment from the restaurants we show, so you can trust what you see. The ten options above are the best of Phoenix Sushi.
Experts recommend pairing a Negitoro roll with a glass of Sapporo Lager, a popular beer.
For an elevated experience, pair your salmon nigiri with Pinot Grigio. This combination works particularly well because this white wine doesn't overwhelm the dish.
Gruner Veltliner from Austria should be paired with some rainbow roll for a tasty experience. This white wine complements the food wonderfully.
Chef Angelito Araneta Jr. made anigiri in 2010 that sold for p$1,978.
After eating 141 pieces of sushi on April11 of 2008 Tim 'Eater X' Janus set a new world record.
A little sushi roll never hurt anybody! The size of the longest sushi roll might surprise you, coming in at 9,332 feet 8 inches! How big of a kitchen do you need to make that?
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