Niagara Falls and sushi don’t necessarily sound like they’d go together, but as the international food movement has spread, it’s sublimely easy to find a representation of almost every cuisine on the planet in our corner of the world.
Sushi bars and Japanese restaurants have sprung up all over the Niagara region in the last several years, which means that both visitors and locals can dine on expertly prepared sushi rolls, sashimi, nigiri, and other Japanese dishes like tempura and ramen.
If you get a sushi craving on your next trip to Niagara Falls these are just a few of the places you can go to feast to your heart’s delight.
A small and intimate setting that is big on innovation and quality, Michinoku Restaurant has been a Niagara favorite for some time, and Chef Koji is a master at the sushi game. He and his team pride themselves on preparation of traditional Japanese sushi and sashimi dishes, as well as a funky blend of eastern and western tastes.
You’ll find all of your favorites here including sushi rolls stuffed with shrimp, salmon, scallops, and more, as well as fish and meat dishes. Be sure to try their signature volcano roll, filled with imitation crab, masago, and spicy mayonnaise.
Taki Japanese Restaurant
Taki Japanese Restaurant is one of those places where the menu is utterly rife with delicious options. Their seafood choices are staggering and you can choose from ocean delights like scallops, sea urchin, salmon, tuna, and much more. From noodle dishes, tempura, a wide variety of sushi rolls, and beef and chicken options, this restaurant will make you feel like you’re in a bustling Tokyo eatery.
In addition to in-house dining Taki also offers delivery, which is the perfect way to end a day of sightseeing with a speedy delivery of your favorite Japanese dishes to your hotel room.
Suisha Gardens Restaurant
Another of the Niagara region’s most beloved Japanese eateries is Suisha Gardens Restaurant. With a kitchen and grill open to the dining room, customers can witness all the flair that comes with a traditional teppanyaki style dining experience.
The sushi roll menu offers all your favorites, plus some interesting combinations like eel and avocado and sweet potato tempura rolls, plus sashimi, nigiri, and vegetarian options. In addition, the owners of Suisha Gardens also offer a Japanese market where you can pick up all of your favorite food items, and a Japanese flower arranging class as well.
As more and more tourists place a great deal of importance on dining when they travel, most popular destinations do a great job of meeting and exceeding the levels of expectation. Niagara Falls has become a foodie town to rival most others, and if sushi and other varieties of Japanese cuisine are your favorites, you’ve come to the right place.
When you book your trip to Niagara Falls, be sure to keep these Japanese restaurants in mind. You never know when that sushi craving is going to strike!
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