There’s reason to indulge in different cuisines when touring Australia, and if you are looking for Japanese special, the best sushi in Brisbane awaits. It is the simple yet delightfully tasty experience of getting the best and perhaps the most popular Japanese dish in Australia that makes sushi an exciting choice for visitors. Whether it is your first time to take on sushi, or you have always loved this Japanese classic, you can be sure to enjoy this dish at any of the top 10 restaurants indicated below.
The restaurants that serve sushi in the city are scattered across the city. Quite a number of these establishments are located in the CBD, while a few are scattered across the suburbs. Regardless of your choice location, you can be certain that the sushi served will give you an amazing gastronomic adventure.
Shabuhouse located in the CBD should really be your first stop if all you want to do is satisfy that sushi craving. This sushi house is best known for its amazing presentation of the food and overall ambiance. With its casual dining theme, this is the kind of place to head out to with your friends, or simply meet sushi-lovers like you.
Shabuhouse – Level 1, 70 Mary Street, Brisbane CBD, Brisbane, QLD, (07) 3211 5407
Sushi Edo is tucked away in the contemporary Reading Newmarket Shopping Centre, and offers great sushi dishes. Best of all, perhaps, is the fact that this establishment also serves a host of Japanese dishes to meet all of your expectations. The theme dining for this location is casual dining too.
Sushi Edo – Reading Newmarket Shopping Centre, Shop 129, 400 Newmarket Road, Newmarket, Brisbane, QLD, (07) 3210 1324
Hanaichi Sushi Bar and Dining offers a great culinary experience for sushi-lovers, and certainly does not disappoint with its well prepared meals. If you are spending sometime in the CBD and would fancy a quiet sushi meal in your proximity, Hanaichi is the place to be. Look out for other Japanese delights too.
Hanaichi Sushi Bar and Dining – Wintergarden, Shop L102, 171-209 Queen Street, Brisbane CBD, Brisbane, QLD, (07) 3067 7867
Bishamon Japanese in Spring Hill attracts a varied clientele comprising of people who love and appreciate dishes from Japan, and the Far East. For this reason, you are bound to find a wide array of Asian dishes too.
Bishamon Japanese – 500 Boundary Street, Spring Hill, Brisbane, QLD, (07) 3832 3888
Wagaya in Fortitude Valley gives visitors a mouth-watering experience, thanks to the presence of tantalizing sushi dishes and an array of Japanese dishes. There is no perfect way to say ‘konichiwa’ in Brisbane than with these delicious meals.
Wagaya – TCB Centre, Level 1, 315 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, QLD, (07) 3252 8888
Other top sushi bars worth checking out while in Brisbane include:
- Sushi Kotobuki, 53 Lytton Road, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, QLD, (07) 3392 2301
- Hosokawa Japanese Restaurant, Shop 3, 53 Racecourse Road, Ascot & Hamilton, Brisbane, QLD, (07) 3868 3762
- Oishii Sushi Bar, Shop 2, 70 Pinelands Road, Sunnybank Hills, Brisbane, QLD, (07) 3423 7774
- Moga, Shop 2, 146 Baroona Road, Rosalie, Brisbane, QLD (07) 367 2808
- Reef Seafood and Sushi, Gasworks Plaza, Tenancy A1-D, 76 Skyring Terrace, Newstead, Brisbane, QLD, (07) 3257 7554