The Best Places for Sushi in Dublin

Oishi Sushi! You might either love it or hate it. But if you have ever tried it, you would agree that Sushi is one of the inevitable attractive dishes in the world. Healthy, delicious Sushi! No doubt this is much more than fish and rice. Could you imagine the harmony of rice and fish melting when Sushi is put in your mouth? It is even said “a perfect piece of sushi can fix anyone who has disbelief in sushi”. 

If you are looking for sushi in Dublin, Babylon Radio has rounded up the best places. You would get your perfect piece of sushi in these places. And you could also get satisfied without the need to hop on a plane to Japan. Are your chopsticks ready? 

Before you go, let’s check how to eat sushi. 


Best sushi in Dublin

Tokyo kitchen 

42 Bow St, Smithfield, Dublin 7
Open Hours: Mon-Sat 11 am – 4 pm
‎Price range: €€

Tokyo kitchen is one of the best places in Dublin to pick up sushi. Located on Bow Street in Smithfield. This shop is just next to Kish-Fish shop where you can find the freshest fish in the town. As you can guess, Tokyo kitchen boasts the freshest of ingredients from suppliers Kish-Fish. They offer excellent sushi from classic fresh nigiri to norimaki with different fillings up on the menu. It is a takeaway shop that is only open from 11am to 4pm. Before the night comes, drop a pin to Tokyo kitchen for a taste of the freshest sushi in Dublin. 



Dublin 1&2 (George’s Street, Ormond Quay Lower)

Open Hours: Different for each branch

‎Price range: €€ ~ €€€

In the heart of Dublin City center, you’ll find Yamamori a perfect place to experience authentic Japanese food but also entertainment. Yamamori is Dublin’s first-ever Japanese restaurant. It is well-loved by Dubliners with a lively and wonderful ambiance to get stunning sushi along with Japanese whiskeys, beers, and sake. Since opening 1995 they now have four different locations with the same striking interior around Dublin. In these different atmospheres, you’ll probably feel like you’re at an authentic restaurant in Kyoto or dancing at a night-club in Tokyo. These gorgeous Japanese restaurants are a brilliant spot for taking some time with either friends or family. 

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Ranelagh, Sandyford, Dun Laoghaire, IFSC, Rathcoole, Kilmacanoge

Open Hours: Different for each branch

‎Price range: €€

Michie Sushi started as a small takeaway sushi shop in Ranelagh in 2007. This small takeaway shop has now extended to three places in Dublin, and they also have 2 sushi bars in Avoca, Rathcoole, and Kilmacanougue. Since first opening their doors, they have served consistent fresh, skillful sushi with colorful plating. Moreover, the cozy Japanese interiors and friendly staff service make Michie Sushi’s reputation as one of the best sushi bars in Ireland. 

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Capel Street, Hogan PL, Sandyford, Parnell Street, IFSC

Open Hours: Different for each branch

‎Price range: €€

Located in various places around Dublin, Musashi boasts a fine dining experience with reasonably priced and freshly made sushi. There’s also BYOB in the evenings to enjoy great sushi and drinks with friends. The warm and friendly atmosphere surrounded by mouth-watering sushi would be hard to be missed. 



Unit 4, Block C, Smithfield Square, Dublin 1

‎Price range: €€

Zucconi is located in Smithfield square. Zucconi creates excellent Brazilian sushi with samba flavors. In this cozy and friendly place, You are able to find the colorful generously-sized sushi rolls and various Brazilian dishes on the menu. If you are looking for a place to satisfy your sushi cravings without breaking the bank, they also offer moderately priced all-you-can-eat until 11 pm. Zucconi is definitely the place to go for a superb ‘of the moment’ sushi night!

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