Here’s Where To Get The Best Sushi In Perth

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Get your hands around the best sushi in Perth.

A versatile meal- sushi can either be shovelled into your mouth on the go when you’re running late to work, or enjoyed at a sit-down, belly popping dining experience at your fave sushi train.

A fresh and tasty treat no matter what way you enjoy it, Perth has some quality sushi in its midst from the classics like sashimi and chicken teriyaki, to whacky and wonderful creations with a little more oomph.

Get rolling down to the best sushi spots in Perth.

Tsunami Izakaya & Teppanyaki

18 Glyde St, Mosman Park WA 6012

Incredible food, WA’s largest sake list and a beautiful ambient atmosphere- that’s what you get at Tsunami Izakaya & Teppanyaki– and damn good rolls of sushi (of course).

If you really want to take on the full sushi experience, you can book out a spot at their sushi bar. You and your guests will enjoy your sushi rolls made fresh and right in front of you with an experienced chef with an extensive list of all the nigiri and sushi you can dream of.

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Peko Peko

Doubleview and Attadale

Famous for their healthy takeaway and unique sushi, Peko Peko is a killer spot you need to get onto with stores north and south.

Pretty much everything here is made from scratch so you can be sure it’s the freshest ingredients every time. Their Korean Beef and Teriyaki Chicken Avocado are absolute must-haves paired with their incredible miso and ginger sauce that I can guarantee you’ll fall in love with.

Aisuru Sushi

208 William St, Perth WA 6000

The master of presentation, Aisuru Sushi is totally insta-worthy and incredibly delicious at the same time. Their sushi is totally unique and packed with creative ingredients that will excite and delight you.

Our top picks here include the Plum Roll (Chicken teriyaki and avocado wrapped in nori and shari, tamago egg wrap, and drizzled with special plum sauce) and the Black Velvet Roll (Tempura prawn, seared tuna, cucumber, crab stick, and spring onion, wrapped in nori and shari. Topped with avocado and black caviar. Drizzled with chilli mayonnaise). They also have a whole range of vegan rolls for the non-meat folk.

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Jaws Sushi

Various Locations

If you’re a sushi fanatic then you would be familiar with Jaws.

Well known for being one of Perth’s most iconic sushi trains, it certainly lives up to its reputation. With three central locations, you can pick up a pack on the go or take a seat inside and indulge in as many plates of sushi as you can stomach. They have a huge selection so you’ll be spoilt for choice.

James Parker

182 James St, Northbridge WA 6003

Inspired by Japanese traditional dining style, James Parker offers a selection of fine delicacies and some pretty amazing sake.

This place wins for the coolest entrance with a super groovy, wood archway tunnel leading you into a world of aburi sushi, nigiri and sashimi. Their aburi wagyu roll is a show stopper to try followed up by a green tea parfait.

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Hanami

685C Beaufort St, Mount Lawley WA 6050

Mt Lawley seems to be a hot spot for good food, and they’ve done it again with Hanami.

The inside decor is set with traditional touches including low set tables (Chabudai) to really immerse you in the Japanese dining experience. Seafood lovers will appreciate the freshly sliced sashimi and they do the usual classics like chicken katsu, cucumber and tempura prawn oh-so-well.

Main Street Ryu

83 Barrack St, Perth WA 6000

Follow the neon pink sign into the modern, Tokyo vibe hideaway that is Main Street Ryu.

The inside decor is super funky and low lights set the right mood to enjoy a few cocktails alongside some banging sushi. Their sriracha prawn roll is a good option paired with a Lychee Blossom- havana 3, soho, lychee puree and lime.

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Nobu

Crown Metropol Perth, Great Eastern Hwy, Burswood WA 6100

If you really want to ramp it up and enjoy living the high-life for a night you can splash some cash at Nobu.

The world’s most recognized Japanese restaurant for a reason, Nobu absolutely hits the mark on every single dish they serve- and their sushi is no exception. They have a huge selection to choose from and each roll is an extraordinary culinary experience.

Zen Japanese Restaurant

2/1 Seddon St, Subiaco WA 6008

A local gem, Zen serves up quality authentic Japanese food with beautiful presentation and flavours.

Their nigiri sushi platter is on point and you can’t leave without trying their specialty, the Zen Spider Roll- crispy deep-fried soft shell crab rolls.

The Modern Eatery

Mount Lawley and Fremantle

The Modern Eatery specialises in flame-seared nigiri sushi in a lively atmosphere with amazing service. If you haven’t tried aburi sushi before, this place does it perfectly and your sushi game will be revolutionised.

Their homemade aburi sauce compliments your meal perfectly and the modern, relaxed decor offers the perfect place to dine.

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Haru Sushi n Bento

Canning Vale and Fremantle

A humble little shop, Haru Sushi n Bento have fresh sushi and is the perfect lunch rush spot for quality food.

They provide super cheap prices without sacrificing quality, and you can even mix and match by grabbing a container and filling it with all the flavours your craving- because choosing just one is overrated.

Sushi Wawa

8A Sunray Dr, Innaloo WA 6018

And now we finish off our epic list with Sushi Wawa.

The food is created right in front of you by experienced Japanese chefs with amazing flavour and flair. You have to take a seat at their sushi train on your visit, it’s 62 metres long with 120 unique dishes including plenty of gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options.

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