Bloomington & Minneapolis Sushi Restaurants
Salmon roll, anyone?
If you’re looking for great sushi, look no further than these delicious Bloomington and Minneapolis sushi restaurants. Try Origami, located in Minneapolis, where you’ll find first-rate Japanese food and specialty dishes such as sushi and sashimi. Some of the best sushi in the Twin Cities can be found at Kikugawa, located in downtown Minneapolis, where you can grab a bite to eat, then karaoke!
Enjoy these awesome Bloomington & Minneapolis sushi restaurants for the ultimate dining experience!
Fuji Ya600 W Lake St Minneapolis, MN 55408 US +1-612-871-4055
UPTOWN. Patrons frequent this Minneapolis restaurant for its incredible sushi and authentic Japanese cuisine. Characteristic decor and careful service sets the stage for a delightful assortment of a la carte sushi and house specialty rolls like Dynamite, Futo and Wasabi Crunchy. The menu also features traditional entrees such as the Bento Box and Sukiyaki. During happy hour, diners can enjoy drink specials and discounted prices on various appetizers, sushi and entrees.
Ichiban1333 Nicollet Mall Minneapolis, MN 55403 US +1-612-339-0540
DOWNTOWN. This pagoda-shaped Japanese steakhouse features slicing, dicing, chopping, sizzling, and serving all from a tableside grill. Chef-servers prepare lobster, shrimp, scallops, chicken, and filet mignon as diners watch from U-shaped booths. At the sushi bar, fresh rolls are served in miniature boats. Reservations accepted.
Masu Sushi & Robata330 E Hennepin Ave Minneapolis, MN 55414 US +1-612-332-6278
NORTHEAST. Winner of City Page's Best Japanese restaurant award, Masu is the place to go for robata and sushi. Sit at the oval wooden bar and watch chefs grill quail eggs and bacon or salmon with scallions. Other menu highlights include ramen dishes, udon, and soba. A full bar and hip, modern decor makes this a great choice for a nice night out.
Origami30 N 1st St Minneapolis, MN 55401 US +1-612-333-8430
WAREHOUSE DISTRICT. A unique ambiance and fresh sushi make this Minneapolis restaurant popular among locals and tourists alike. Tucked away in the Warehouse District, Origami serves up fresh sashimi and sushi, as well as authentic Japanese favorites. Specialty rolls include the Nine-and-a-Half Weeks Roll, Dynamite Maki and Hime Roll. Other menu choices include the Makunouchi Bento Box, Yaki Niku and Grilled Chicken Teriyaki. Happy hour is seven days a week and features both drink and sushi specials.
Saji-Ya695 Grand Ave St. Paul, MN 55105 US +1-651-292-0444
GRAND AVENUE. An open kitchen and traditional Japanese decor help make this gem as popular with couples as it is with the business crowd. Trendy patrons opt for Saji-Ya's sushi bar, where the chef works his magic in full view of hungry onlookers. Others appreciate teppanyaki dining areas or defer to the garden-like main dining room. Favorites include Saji-Ya's excellent salmon steak with mixed vegetables, shrimp tempura, and sushi. Just so you know, the "Imperial Dinner" is chef's-choice sushi.
Sakura350 St. Peter St St. Paul, MN 55102 US +1-651-224-0185
DOWNTOWN. If you're looking for good sushi, many locals will point you to Sakura. Miyoko Omori's cozy restaurant enjoys a fine reputation for excellent service, elegant atmosphere (complete with a stylish loft), and a terrific sushi chef, Ono Katsuyuki. If you're not primed for the house specialty, Sakura offers a regular menu that includes traditional dishes like tempura chicken, salmon teriyaki, and yose nabe (a fish, shellfish, and vegetable stew).
Wakame Sushi & Asian Bistro3070 Excelsior Blvd Minneapolis, MN 55416 US +1-612-886-2484
UPTOWN. A hot spot for happy hour specials, Wakame is as well known for its drinks as its cuisine. Specialty rolls include the Jeremy (spicy tuna inside topped with tempura, tobiko, wasabi mayo and sweet eel sauce) and the White Tiger (eel and avocado inside, topped with tuna and eel sauce). For a cocktail, try their signature martinis.