27 "Sushi" Restaurants in Miami.
Uchi is an upscale restaurant in Wynwood with a huge menu full of excellent Japanese dishes.
Temakase is a South Beach hand roll bar inside a hotel. The menu is small, and a little too expensive for what you get here.
Azabu is an upscale South of Fifth sushi restaurant. It’s not cheap, but the sushi is great.
Poke OG is a casual sushi and poke spot in Downtown great for takeout or a quick roll.
Sushi Yasu Tanaka is a vendor inside the Design District’s MIA Market. They serve some of the best sushi in Miami.
Matsuri is a casual Miami Japanese restaurant on Bird Road. There is almost always a wait, and that’s because the sushi here is excellent.
B-Side is a vendor inside 1-800-Lucky. They serve some really great sushi perfect for a quick meal before a night out.
Sushi Chef is a great, casual Japanese restaurant on Coral Way perfect for an easy lunch or dinner.
Su-Shin Izakaya is a very good Japanese restaurant in Coral Gables perfect for a quick lunch or easy dinner.
Makoto is an upscale Japanese restaurant in Bal Harbour that just doesn’t deliver a particularly memorable experience.
Mr. OmaKase is an excellent omakase in Downtown that’s not too formal, but incredibly delicious.
Hiyakawa is an upscale Japanese restaurant in Wynwood. It has some really beautiful architecture and very good sushi too.
Moshi Moshi is a 24/7 sushi spot in South Beach. It’s not our favorite sushi in town, but it works for a late-night option.
Omakai is a Wynwood sushi restaurant that has a few reasonably affordable (and good) omakase options.