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Vancouver’s Best Sushi!

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Vancouverites take their sushi seriously. We love it, we eat a lot of it, and we’re loyal to our fave spots. Our readers recommended 35 different sushi restaurants so we tallied the suggestions and likes, did a little research, and came up with these 10 finalists for the tastiest sushi in town.

Vancouver’s Top Ten Sushi Round Up

Here they are in alphabetical order

Ajisai 

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A perennial fixture on lists like this, this Kerrisdale fave doesn’t accept reservations, and lots of people love it for lunch.

2081 W 42nd 

The Eatery

It calls itself “the funkiest place for Japanese food”. Their claim to fame is seriously creative sushi. Exhibit A: The Fat Elvis with deep-fried avocado.

3431 West Broadway

Hime Sushi 

Stop by this spot for seasonal inspirations and Vancouver mom-approved sushi. Folks say the sunny roll is a must-try.

315 East Broadway

Kaide 

So the website advertises this as “the best sushi in Vancouver”. That’s a big claim in a city like this. Word is they have a wonderfully wide assortment, very fresh fish, and beautiful presentation.

1375 Richards

Kishimoto 

If you’re in East Van and you’re craving sushi you may want to drop by this restaurant. VM reader Momoe Ikezawa Agno recommended it, and she added, “Trust me! I’m from Japan!”

2054 Commercial Drive

Miku

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This Coal Harbour restaurant is known for its sushi in a city that’s known for its sushi. It’s that good. They serve Ocean Wise seafood and they’re well known for their innovative aburi sushi, so give it a try!

70-200 Granville Street

Sushiyama

You’ll find this neighbourhood fave on the east side. It’s known for great value and fresh quality and many Vancouver moms feel it’s worth the visit.

371 East Broadway

Tojo’s 

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This world-famous upscale restaurant is often called #1 in Vancouver. Its creator, Japanese-Canadian chef Hidekazu Tojo, is credited with inventing the California Roll and the B.C. Roll! And hey, he’s even been on Martha Stewart’s cooking show.

1133 West Broadway

Toshi Sushi 

You can find this small but popular spot on the East Side. There’s often a line-up, so let us know if it’s worth the wait.

181 E 16th at Main

Yamato Sushi 

Stop by to check out this tiny, 18-seat Vancouver sushi spot. It’s small but we hear it serves up a mighty sushi selection with fresh and fast service.

616 Davie in Yaletown

 

Have another sushi bar to recommend? Share your favourite below!

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