Sushi is a polarizing food. Those who love it love it a lot. And the ones who don’t? Well, maybe they just haven’t had GOOD sushi. Lucky for people in and around Nashville, sushi lovers can indulge and sushi haters can reevaluate at one of the many great sushi spots in the area. If you’re a fan, you probably already have a favorite. And if you’re not, a visit to one of these restaurants might just change your mind.
Located at 2407 8th Avenue South in Nashville, Zushi Poke lets you order your favorite rolls and bowls online for convenient pickup. Fresh, Hawaiian-style poke bowls are heaping with fish, rice, and fresh ingredients, while nigiri sushi and sashimi joins traditional and creative rolls for a well-rounded menu. Says one happy sushi fan: “This place is a hidden gem. Very fresh sashimi options, generous portions, variety of toppings and friendly staff!”
Award-winning sushi is on the menu at Samurai Sushi, located at 2209 Elliston Place in Nashville. This area favorite has been earning raves from sushi fans for more than a decade and shows no signs of slowing its roll. Loyal patrons praise the authentic food and fast, friendly service that’s found inside the unassuming exterior. According to one reviewer, “This is a diamond in the rough! We heard it was the best sushi in Nashville and it did not disappoint.”
Creative spins on favorite sushi creations make Wild Wasabi one of the most standout sushi spots in Nashville. Located at 209 10th Avenue South, #215, in Cummins Station, Wild Wasabi offers a lunch buffet and dinner. On the menu, you’ll find classic nigiri, sashimi, and sushi rolls as well as more inventive creations like the Strawberry Sweet, Smile, and This-is-how-we Roll rolls.
Sunda New Asian
The Nashville outpost of this lauded restaurant with a twin in Chicago is located at 592 12th Avenue South. If you’re looking for an upscale dinner establishment that offers consistently delectable sushi and other Asian delicacies plus top-notch service, Sunda New Asian should make your list of must-try restaurants. A couple of menu stars include Escolar “The Great White” (nigiri with escolar, truffle shavings, and potato chips) and Crunchy Pig, Hidden Lobster (a roll featuring lobster, bacon, jalapeno, and avocado wrapped in soy paper).
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