Top Sushi Spots

  • Chef Akira Back, brings you his take on adrenaline-fueled Japanese cuisine prepared with Korean and International flavors.

    Derived from seasonal produce and artisanal sourced ingredients, taste the eclectic Japanese flavors while enjoying stunning views of the Dubai skyline. recommends: Vegan Rainbow Roll

    Good to know: All Vegans out there it has the best options for vegans too!

  • With Peruvian and Japanese flavors often mingling, Moshi puts its own spin on this with Nepalese and Japanese fused delicacies. Throwing more fun into the mix, its menu features legendary combinations like cheese and Chips Oman sushi rolls! Tailored to set your Instagram on fire, Moshi dishes out quirky momo and sushi dishes loaded with creativity. recommends: Falafel nigiri and the cheese and Chips Oman maki roll.

    Good to know: Moshi has an extensive range of options for vegans and vegetarians.

  • Known for its brilliant seafood offerings, Wakame's concept revolves around sushi and dim sum. Catering classic Asian hospitality, the kitchen crew's primary objective is to feed you up! The Wakame experience promises to evoke all five senses with menu items relying on innovative and vibrant dishes. Come to Wakame for the sushi, stay for the fantastic ambiance. recommends:
    Lobster specialty maki and the unagi nigiri.

    Good to know: Wakame hosts a grape pairing night every Wednesday.

    Indulge in a five-course meal with a side of wine for 275 dirhams per guest.

  • If there's anything more phenomenal than the food at this restaurant, it would have to be the view of the Burj Khalifa. Sample a classic slice of Dubai nightlife here featuring a fine balance of bespoke eats and trendy music. Depending on whether you dine for comfort or adventure, Armani/Hashi's menu offers an engaging mix of conventional and contemporary Japanese dishes. recommends: Sashimi to iso and the kuruma ebi sushi.

    Good to know: Armani/Hashi is an ideal venue for date night.

  • Serving up belly-busting Japanese and Korean dishes at pocket-friendly prices, Miyabi is a family-friendly eatery cropping up all over Dubai. Ideal for anything from a business lunch to a social catch up over dinner, its casual vibe will make you feel right at home. Miyabi promises to leave you feeling pampered with its signature service glowing with quintessential Asian warmth. recommends: Miyabi Love Boat, Godzilla sushi roll, and the Mango Twist Roll.

    Good to know: Enjoy sushi by the sea at Miyabi's latest branch launched at La Mer.

  • Serving up regionally-loved food for 15+ years, Sumo Sushi has mastered the art of everyday sushi. Featuring a scrumptious menu loaded with favorites like bento boxes, sushi rolls, and ramen bowls – this is the place to hit for midweek sushi cravings. With fun menu items the sushi sandwich and kid's sushi bento, it's a family-friendly restaurant with heaps of personality. recommends: Samurai sushi, sushi sandwich, and the Crazy 8.

    Good to know: Join Kenji's Kids Club at Sumo Sushi. Junior sushi lovers aged 12 and under enjoy a kid's meal on the house every Sunday with each adult main course.

  • If Zuma was any hotter, it would be on fire. One of the shiniest gems in Dubai's culinary crown, this restaurant attracts local and international foodies alike. Featuring intimate izakaya interiors, Zuma is the perfect venue to celebrate a milestone moment over a sushi feast. Exceptionally fresh and flavorsome Japanese delicacies served with a side of cutting-edge service. recommends: Wagyu gunkan caviar nose maki and the dynamite spider roll.

    Good to know: Zuma's interiors are meticulously designed to balance the six elements of fire, earth, water, air, wood, and iron to achieve harmony.

  • Sushi Art redefines the art of home delivery. Creating gorgeously curated lunch and dinner boxes, the restaurant offers customers a variety of combinations and prices. Choose from a diverse range of sushi and maki rolls, chirashi and poke bowls, ceviche and tartare, sashimi and tataki, and desserts. Never compromising on flavor or freshness, its menu is perfect for the urban diner. recommends: Teriyaki salmon sushi and the chicken katsu sushi roll.

    Good to know: In addition to home delivery, Sushi Art also offers the option to dine in.

  • Lauded as a hidden gem in Dubai, 3 Fils is a quaint eatery at Jumeirah Beach Harbor. Serving unbelievably fresh seafood straight from the sea at its doorstep, it's the brainchild of two Emiratis and a Singaporean. Lap up the gentle sea breeze while tucking into its array of comfort dishes like sushi rolls, karak ice cream, Indomie noodles, and much more! recommends: Volcano sushi and the spicy tuna roll.

    Good to know: 3 Fils sources its fresh blue-fin tuna from Tsukiji fish market in Japan.

  • An izakaya is the Japanese version of an English pub or American tavern. It's often a dimly lit watering hole where you can find wallet-friendly drinks and comfort food. Borrowing from this concept, Izakaya serves up Japanese classics with a side of striking neon light. Keep your eyes peeled for Wasabi Girl, a green-haired pixie that floats around the restaurant topping up your meal with freshly prepared wasabi and perhaps even reading your fortune while you eat. recommends: Sea urchin nigiri and the wagyu kinoko roll.

    Good to know: Izakaya features a live cooking station.

  • A fusion of traditional Japanese aesthetics and comforting South American flavors, Nobu is a bucket list destination for sushi enthusiasts the world over. Featuring a striking menu inspired by celebrity chef, Nobu Matsuhisa, it offers a perception-shifting culinary experience. Slip into your glammest garb and make some priceless memories over the renowned miso black cod and sake. recommends: “Nobu style” sushi platter and the deluxe sushi roll.

    Good to know: Nobu hosts a highly sought-after Monday ladies' night and Friday brunch.