Shiro's is in the Beltown area of Seattle on 2nd Avenue, and it is a great choice for traditional Japanese Sushi. The owner, 2 sushi chefs, and 2 of the wait staff on the Tuesday I went are all Japanese, with Shiro-san himself orchestrating and making sushi. He is from Kyoto, but was a sous-chef in Tokyo for 6 years. ...Popular withLuxuryFoodiesLocal
This is authentic, well prepared and very reasonable Japanese food, from a restuarant that has been in business over 100 years (except when it was ransacked when the owners were sent to internment camps during world war II.) It has a comfortable, neighborhood feel, and if you don't look closely for it on the street, you may miss its low ...Popular withFoodies
Ok, so I'm all the way up in Seattle at one of the top rated sushi restaurants, but what do I order? Not sushi. I don't know, but it wasn't the sushi that caught our eyes. The more inventive dishes were more appealing to us, and it's probably because we're already spoiled with good sushi in the Bay Area. We ...Popular withFoodies
I agree that Shiki is one of the best sushi houses in Seattle! Family owned and run Japanese Restaurant in a neighborhood location in the artsy Queen Ann district 2 miles north of downtown. Here is my suggestion to get the most out of the super fresh seafood at Shiki. Tell Ken-san that you want the $30 Omakase (count on ...
If you want a restaurant that reminds you of ones you'll find in Japan, with subdued neutral decor, excellent quality food, attentive service, and at not too expensive prices, go here. I just went into to Fuji Sushi on a lark while near chinatown. Sitting at the sushi bar (10 chairs) I struck up a conversation with the Chef, who ...