Sushi Amsterdam

Sushi Amsterdam

Best sushi restaurants in Amsterdam

Sushi Amsterdam: Yamazato, in the Okura Hotel with a Michelin Star

In the Okura hotel you can find the Yamazato Restaurant, where they serve really good sushi. This restaurant has had a Michelin star since 2002 and is therefore often full of Japanese people eating sushi around noon. The price category is quite high, but the quality that you get in return is excellent. Yamazato serves food according to the authentic Kaiseki cuisine. Much attention has also been paid to the decor. Thanks to the classic Japanese design, you really have the feeling of being in Japan for a while. The sushi is freshly prepared at the sushi bar in front of you by the top chefs, you will hardly get it any fresher than this.
Location: Ferdinand Bolstraat 333, 1072 LH Amsterdam

Ku Kitchen

KU Kitchen is the place for a pleasant evening with friends, where they have a contemporary Japanese kitchen. You are in an environment with a trendy atmosphere and you receive sushi of a high level. Through the glass window, which can be seen from the restaurant, you can see that the food is prepared with great passion by the chef.
Location: Utrechtsestraat 114, 1017 VT Amsterdam

 

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EN Japanese Kitchen & Sake bar

The chefs who work here learned the intricacies of Japanese cuisine at Yamazato. The dishes that are prepared are based on the kappo kitchen. This eating style lies between the chic kaiseki and the more relaxed izakaya style. The atmosphere there is informal and the food is prepared right in front of you, it couldn’t be fresher…
Location: Dusartstraat 53 h, 1072 HP Amsterdam

MOMO

When you walk in at MOMO at Vondelpark, you end up in a New York-esque scene. Up-tempo jazz and lounge from the speakers, cozy corners for two and sultry light where everyone seems handsome. The sushi at MOMO is not traditional. Be sure to try the “MOMO roll” with tuna, sea bass, salmon, avocado and tarragon miso.
Location: Hobbemastraat 1, 1071 XZ Amsterdam

 

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Hosokawa

Sushi and Teppanyaki are the specialties of this Japanese restaurant. In addition, they have a number of dishes from modern Japanese cuisine. Nice to share with each other.
Location: Max Euweplein 22, 1017 MB Amsterdam

 

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Otaru

The Otaru chefs always work with the freshest ingredients and therefore you can enjoy a varied kitchen; of fresh sushi, delicious tempura and Japanese grill.
Location: Frans Halsstraat 2, 1072 BR Amsterdam

Best all you can eat sushi restaurants

Genki

At this restaurant you will find an extensive sushi menu with something for everyone. But what makes a dinner here extra fun is the incredibly nice garden behind the restaurant. This is a perfect place for a summer day.
Location: Reguliersdwarsstraat 26, 1017 BM Amsterdam

 

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Genroku

Next to Genki you will find Genroku. This is the other location of the owners of Otaru. Here they use the all you can eat concept but with the quality that you also get at Otaru.
Location: Reguliersdwarsstraat 18, 1017 BM Amsterdam 

Sumo

Today Sumo can be found throughout the Netherlands, from Groningen to Tilburg where you can enjoy a delicious Japanese lunch or dinner. In the restaurants they not only serve sushi, but also grill dishes or the so-called “Yaki” dishes, which means “fried” in Japanese. They also have enough vegetarian dishes.
Locations: Vijzelstraat 261017 HK Amsterdam, Nieuwezijds voorburgwal 41012 RZ, Amsterdam, Kleine gartmanplantsoen 171017 RP, Amsterdam

 

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Hello, I’m Alison and I love my city. I’ve always believed Amsterdam has so much more to offer than what the guidebooks tell you. But as a visitor, it’s all too easy to get caught up in the highlights and miss out on having an authentic Amsterdam experience. That’s why I’m passionate about showing you my city from a truly local perspective.

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