For those that can’t get enough sushi, Hishu Sushi is the place to be. The prices are affordable, the sushi is fantastic, and the service is super personal. You can come once per week and always count on a wonderful experience that won’t break the bank. They have been delighting locals in the neighborhood for […]
Blue Light Yokohame
If you are looking for delicious, authentic yet convenient Japanese cuisine in and around the greater Stockholm area, look no further than Blue Light Yokohamo. Considered the best izakaya in the city by its owners – izakaya being essentially the Japanese version of an Irish pub or Spanish tapas bar – the small, informal space […]
Hattori Sushi Devil
There are two locations in Stockholm to give Hattori Sushi Devil a chance and after you try one, you will find yourself thinking that two is not even close to enough. The sushi is fresh and creative. The chefs and staff are friendly and do everything they can to make sure every customer gets the […]
Haikky Sushibar gives you everything you want from a sushi bar. They have affordable dishes, tasty rolls, and great service. All of this in a comfortable environment and you can even order ahead and take it home or back to the office. The fish they use is always fresh, bright, and colorful. You can get […]
Videgård is a unique restaurant offering a one of a kind fusion of foods. They offer a mix of Chinese, Japanese, and Peruvian cuisine. This may sound like a strange combination, however the recipes are actually based off traditional recipes created by Chinese and Japanese immigrants in Latin America from the 1800s. This peculiar fusion […]
Private events and sushi masterclasses in Malmö.
Kito Sushi in Limhamn came highly recommended to us so we made the quick trip down to Limhamn and was not disappointed. Humble and happy to explain the flavor combinations, the owner’s family has been in the sushi business for years in Helsingborg.
Given Malmo’s access to the water, seafood restaurants within the city limits have certain expectations to live up to. Modern diners also have expectations of Sushi establishments given the proliferation of this kind of restaurant throughout the world. Sushi Queen is by no means the top end or “finest quality in terms of sushi restaurants, but if you’re looking for a mixture of quality and value for your next bite of maguro, then Sushi Queen should definitely be on your list.
Standing apart from the rest of the crowd, Samurai Sushi is a much more imaginative take on the Japanese restaurant than its fellow competitors in the city of Malmo. While sushi itself is quite delicious and very affordable, what they do to stand out is to make sure that every large plate of sushi; meaning plates with more than 30 pieces are arranged into a visually appealing shape or style.
Maguro is the Japanese word for the fish we know as tuna. Tuna is by far the most commonly eaten variety of fish in sushi. In Japan, Maguro comes in three kinds of categories, the first being lean tuna, the second being semi-fatty tuna and the last being simply fatty tuna. While in the west most people disdain from eating very fatty pieces of meat be it fish or otherwise, in Japan fatty meat is amongst the most desired and most expensive.
Haru Sumo Sushi
Sumo wrestlers in Japan are well known for the massive amounts of calories they consume per day. However, Sushi restaurants internationally are not well known for their patrons leaving the restaurant very full without paying a serious premium for the pleasure of doing so on Japanese cuisine.
Sushibaren can boast something truly rare and unique in our Japanese obsessed modern culture of 2018; restaurant quality sushi and sashimi at takeaway prices. That’s right you can have fresh delicious raw fish for the price of you might pay for an inexpensive takeaway pizza.
There is something very fitting about having fish by the water. Asuka Sushi is by no means an authentic Japanese restaurant but to say their dishes were not absolutely delicious would be a bald faced lie. They offer all the most well known Japanese dishes such as Sashimi, Nigiri, Gyoza, Yakiniku, Miso soup, Maki rolls and even a popular modern edition the Sushi burrito.
With two faces this establishment is part Japanese restaurant, part bar/nightclub; Izakaya Koi, and it is more than you except. Having lived in the land of the rising sun for over two years, I can tell you the word Izakaya is a unique Japanese concept. It falls somewhere between a family restaurant and local pub, […]