Top 5 Sushi Bars in the Treasure Valley
There are a ton of places that serve sushi around town. More than 75, in fact. And sushi is a difficult food to make in every regard, so, not every sushi bar is created equal.
After a little investigation, these are the places that we recommend you visit.
This Boise favorite is conveniently nestled between the Knitting Factory and the Ha’ Penny Bridge Pub, and across the alleyway from Liquid Laughs and Solid Grill and Bar, and a thirty-second stroll to popular downtown shopping destinations. But, when you walk in, the place is cool, calm, relaxed, and welcoming refuge. The sushi is delicious and made with fresh, high quality ingredients rolled to perfection.
Go! To Happy Fish Sushi & Martini Bar and order the Kulchack Combo.
Find Yoi Tomo on the corner of Broad St. and Capitol Blvd, across from the downtown Edwards Cinema. Friendly faces, good service, and the lively atmosphere within await all sushi lovers!
If you like spicy, Go! To Yoi Tomo and give the Dante’s Inferno Roll a try.
#3) Kona Grill
Looking to grab some sushi in a restaurant with an upscale ambience? Look no further. The Village at Meridian is home to Kona Grill. It has all the swank and high-end swagger you could want when it comes to their service, drink and food options, and general mood.
Go! take a date and enjoy a Mango Boba Lemonade and order the Hawaiian Tuna Crunch Roll all while aquariums swarm with schools of exotic fish down at Kona Grill.
Fujiyama has a totally different character than the other places listed here. With its sliding rice paper doors, Japanese decor centered around Mt. Fuji, and charming serving trays, Fujiyama is an excellent eatery for families, kids, and dates.
Go! see Fujiyama Japanese Restaurant on Milwaukee St. in Boise right next door to Anime Haus. You’ve got to try their Around the World Roll where you can get a taste of the best of all worlds!
Kyoto will give you and your party not just dinner, but also a show. Whether you order sushi or one of the many other entree options, the chef will prepare it before your very eyes with impressive skill! From fireballs to perfectly aimed shrimp tossed from their spatulas to your mouth, these culinary artists cook as expertly as they perform.
Go! down to Kyoto Japanese Steakhouse, and order anything! It doesn’t matter what you choose at Kyoto, you’ll be happy you did.
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This Boise favorite is conveniently nestled between the Knitting Factory and the Ha’ Penny Bridge Pub, and across the alleyway from Liquid Laughs and Solid Grill and Bar, and thirty-second stroll to popular downtown shopping destinations. When you walk in, the place is cool, calm, relaxed, and a welcoming refuge from the heat. The sushi is delicious and made with fresh, high quality ingredients, rolled to perfection.
Go! To Happy Fish Sushi and order the Kulchack Combo.