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Who makes the best sushi in town?

Katelyn Cook checks out some of Dublin’s best (and worst) sushi bars.

Michie Sushi

Michie Sushi serves proper traditional and fresh Japanese cuisine. This up and coming restaurant recently opened their fourth location, in Rathcoole. The sushi is freshly made to order and a hot menu means sushi fans can bring their less adventurous partners. Sushi combos range from €9 – €30 with noodle dishes starting from €7.50. Delivery available.


More of a focus on noodles then sushi. The noodles are reasonably priced and very tasty. Yamamori boasts a good selection of bottled beers and sake. There is a huge menu to choose from, with plenty of vegetarian options. Special Lunch bento boxes offered from €9.95. Open seven days.

Yo Sushi

A fast food version of sushi. The revolving pass is a novelty but the food is pricey considering the quality of what they offer. There is a fairly good selection of sushi but the quality is substandard in comparison to other restaurants in the area.

Sushi King

Sushi king offers a low calorie and low fat options menu. The menu suggests dishes with 3-5% less fat. Sushi combos can be picked up from the fridge and taken away. The restaurant is simple and casual. Not a setting for a romantic date but a nice place to grab a quick lunch with friends.

Musashi Noodles and Sushi Bar

Prices are slightly cheaper than other restaurant around Dublin, but unfortunately so it the quality. Different lunch specials offered daily. The combos and reasonable prices allow you to try a large variety of different sushi. This is the place to go for sushi virgins who want to test the waters!