11 Of The Best Sushi Spots In Perth

Best sushi in Perth
Get your hands around some of the best sushi rolls in Perth.

11 Of The Best Sushi Spots In Perth

Get your hands around some of the best sushi rolls in Perth.
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Whether it’s a quick roll on the go or a more elevated omakase experience, Perth is home to a collection of quality sushi joints. These are the best sushi spots in Perth, you heard it here first.

Tsunami Izakaya & Teppanyaki

Incredible fare, WA’s largest sake list, and a beautiful ambient atmosphere are what you can expect from Tsunami Izakaya & Teppanyaki. Not to mention damn good sushi rolls. If you want the full sushi experience, you can book a spot at their sushi bar. Here, you’ll watch as the master, Tets, makes your favourite sushi right in front of you!

Peko Peko

Sushi at Peko Peko
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Famous for its healthy takeaway and unique sushi, Peko Peko is a killer spot worth adding to your hitlist. And for good reason. The entire menu is Asian-inspired and umami-centric — sushi and rice paper rolls are rolled all day, every day using the freshest ingredients every time. The Korean beef and teriyaki tofu are must-haves, and pair perfectly with the miso and ginger sauce you’re sure to fall in love with.

Aisuru Sushi

The master of presentation, Aisuru Sushi is simultaneously Insta-worthy and delicious. Perched in the heart of Northbridge, expect freshly prepared, mouth-watering Japanese favourites. Our top picks 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, and topped with avocado and black caviar). They also have a whole range of vegan rolls for the non-meat folk.

Hanami

Sushi at Hanami
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Mount Lawley is a hot spot for good food, and they’ve done it again with Hanami. From sushi and sashimi to tempura and teppanyaki, here you’ll find a bounty of Japanese traditions under one roof. Seafood enthusiasts will appreciate the freshly sliced sashimi, but you can’t go past the classic chicken katsu and tempura prawn.

Jaws Sushi

If you’re a sushi fanatic, you’d be familiar with Jaws. Renowned as one of Perth’s most iconic sushi trains, the establishment certainly lives up to its reputation. With three central locations, pick up a pack on the go or take a seat inside and indulge. There’s a huge selection so you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Nobu

Nobu
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If you want to take it up a notch and enjoy a little luxury, why not splash some cash at Nobu? It’s the world’s most recognised Japanese restaurant for a reason. Known for its innovative new-style Japanese cuisine, Nobu has a huge selection of plates to choose from and each one is an extraordinary culinary experience.

Haru Sushi n Bento

Haru Sushi n Bento is a humble little shop slinging some of the best sushi we’ve tried. It’s the ideal lunch spot, proven by the peak hour lines. Expect super cheap prices without scrimping on quality. The best part is that you can grab a container and mix and match to your heart’s desire!

Main Street Ryu

Main Street Ryu
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Follow the neon pink sign into the modern, Tokyo-inspired hideaway that is Main Street Ryu. Think funky décor and moody low lights paired with cocktails and banging sushi. Their sriracha prawn roll is a winner, best enjoyed with a Lychee Blossom concoction.

Zen Japanese Restaurant

Zen is a Subiaco gem serving beautifully presented, high-quality, authentic Japanese food. The 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.

James Parker

James Parker
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Inspired by traditional Japanese dining, James Parker boasts a selection of fine delicacies and some pretty amazing sake. The entrance features a groovy, wooden archway tunnel leading you into a world of aburi sushi, nigiri, and sashimi. In terms of recommendations, the aburi wagyu roll is a show-stopper!

Sushi Wawa

Sushi Wawa
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And last but certainly not least, Sushi Wawa. Expect a foodie masterclass as culinary greatness is created right before your eyes in a central, open kitchen by renowned Japanese chefs. It doesn’t stop there — all the delightful flavours, flair, and artistry are then showcased on a 62-metre sushi train —said to be the longest in the Southern Hemisphere! You can thank us later!

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