Below is a list of the top and leading Sushi in Vancouver. To help you find the best Sushi located near you in Vancouver, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Vancouver’s Best Sushi:
The top rated Sushi in Vancouver are:
- Miku Vancouver – Sushi & sustainable seafood are served in a sophisticated setting with a patio & water views
- Tom Sushi – casual restaurant serving Japanese staples including sushi, tempura, noodles & donburi, plus sake
- Tojo’s Restaurant – casually elegant Japanese kitchen for sushi & omakase meals
- Sushi Mugen – popular, elevated fixture providing inventive sushi & Japanese entrees along with beer, wine & sake
- Yuwa Japanese Cuisine – an intimate, contemporary restaurant offering sushi, creative Japanese entrees & many wines
Miku Vancouver maintains to provide superb Aburi cuisine. Miku first debuted on West Hastings St in Coal Harbour in 2008, bringing Aburi-style cuisine to Vancouver. Their new location has a full bar and lounge, a waterfront patio, a private dining room, and a full-service sushi bar, among other amenities. Traditional Japanese flavors and procedures are combined with elements from the west coast to create a really unique dining experience that is enjoyed by both locals and visitors. The gourmet experience comes to a conclusion when their pastry team produces one-of-a-kind desserts in-house.
Address: 200 Granville St #70, Vancouver, BC V6C 1S4
Phone: (604) 568 3900
“My dining experience at Miku was simply amazing! The ambiance, the service and the food were all excellent. The seafood was so fresh that it melted in my mouth. Every dish was seasoned perfectly. Each piece of sushi looked like a work of art. Even the dessert was scrumptious and beautiful. I highly recommend this place and would definitely go back.” – Al May
Tom Sushi is your go-to sushi place. The chef’s genuine passion and friendly welcome are reflected in the simplicity of the dish. Chef Tom is able to acquire the freshest and best ingredients from all around the world for their menu. To provide a totally unique eating experience, traditional Japanese flavors are blended with local, west coast ingredients. Delight your senses with foods that are both visually appealing and tasty. The ambiance is one of subtle elegance, meant to make each guest feel at ease. Come in and enjoy the welcoming atmosphere at Tom Sushi, where our team is dedicated to making your stay memorable.
Address: 1175 Davie St, Vancouver, BC V6E 1N2
Phone: (604) 336 0855
“Great sushi wow! It’s delicious it’s probably the best sushi I’ve had. great service great staff 10 outta ten the price is right and it’s got this certain flavor that’s so addictive I wanna go back for 2nds thirds forths and so on great job” – Ian Simmons
Tojo’s Restaurant is renowned for creating exquisite food that is presented as an art form. Their meals are fresh, distinctive, and modern, with a focus on seasonal, local, and organic ingredients, and are founded in Japanese fine dining traditions with a distinct Pacific Northwest viewpoint. Fresh, local, and seasonal foods influenced by Japan yet anchored in the Pacific Northwest may be found here. Tojo’s is a restaurant unlike any other and an experience unlike any other.
Address: 1133 W Broadway, Vancouver, BC V6H 1G1
Phone: (604) 872 8050
“Tojo’s Omakase is an experience to behold. If you’re willing to splurge a bit and treat yourself for a night, this is definitely the way to go—you will NOT be disappointed. Balanced & delicate flavours, stellar presentation, high quality, fresh ingredients, and amazing attention to detail and customer care. Each dish is carefully crafted and thoughtfully chosen to complement the other flavours on the dish, as well as the flavours of the dish that came before it and those that are to follow. I’m so impressed with the experience and would love to come back—maybe once the pocket’s a bit fuller again!” – Lang Kuoch
Sushi Mugen is always challenging themselves to go above and beyond the expectations of their consumers. The term “[mugen]” comes from a Japanese word that means “infinity” or “boundless,” which perfectly describes both chefs’ desire for limitless innovation. The two executive chefs and co-owners, Jay and Tony, add more than 15 years of primary chef expertise in Japanese and western cuisine to a menu that features a range of fresh, delectable modern fusion delicacies at extremely cheap rates. In our two-level clean, natural contemporary design restaurant, we feature spectacular displays with amusing touches and an abundance of rich, delicious tastes.
Address: 903 Davie St, Vancouver, BC V6Z 1B9
Phone: (604) 423 3315
“After walking by this restaurant so many times, I finally got to try it! I ordered the Mango Melting Roll and it was very tasty. The sushi came out beautifully presented and with beet sauce on the plate, which was a nice touch and something different. I can definitely see why this restaurant gets so busy! I will be coming back here to try some of the other dishes.” – Steph D.
Yuwa Japanese Cuisine
Yuwa Japanese Cuisine offers an innovative take on traditional Japanese cuisine, showcasing the freshest local and seasonal ingredients in a one-of-a-kind culinary experience. Yuwa Japanese Cuisine is an exquisite enclave with a unique homage to regional Japanese food and one of the greatest collections of artisan sake and wine in the city.
Yuwa, led by Executive Chef / General Manager Masahiro Omori and renowned Sake Sommelier and Co-Owner Iori Kataoka, takes a fresh approach to the traditional kaiseki style of dining, combining the freshest local and seasonal ingredients with impeccable service, meticulous attention to detail, and expert knowledge of fine wine and sake from around the world to create a Zen culinary experience unlike any other.
Address: 2775 W 16th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6K 3X5
Phone: (604) 731 9378
“Very authentic Japanese food. I love their seasonal selection – get to try new seasonal dishes every time. That being said, I don’t particularly like their sushi. Everything other than the sushi are amazing! One of my favorite Japanese restaurants in town.” – Vienna Wong