The Twin Cities is home to a sushi scene that focuses on quality and sustainability above anything else, which is impressive considering we are completely landlocked and miles from any ocean. Indulge in a little grab-and-go maki, nigiri, or even rolls stuffed with an Austin-Minnesota sourced Spam — the options around town are glorious.Read More
Where to Order Sushi Around the Twin Cities
Perfect for bringing home or picnicking
1. Origami Restaurant
Origami is a consistently beloved sushi spot with a patio right in the heart of Uptown. Grab a beautiful tray and head to a scenic locale near the chain of lakes for a stunner of a summer picnic.
2. Kado no Mise
A study in serene beauty, this restaurant opened to immediate praise and devotion for its gorgeous Japanese cuisine. It has recently relocated to the second floor to make room for the new Japanese Italian eatery Sanjusan, but the innovative menu remains top of its class.
3. PinKU Japanese Street Food
This lively spot in Northeast specializes in affordable Japanese street fare and serves a fantastic, fresh selection of sushi in addition to other dishes like yakitori, gyoza, and more.
4. Masu Sushi & Robata
This Northeast sushi and robata spot has been around since 2011 and remains an essential for all things Japanese cuisine. It had closed for some time in 2020 due to the pandemic, but it’s now open and serving again in its airy location.
Saji-Ya sports a gorgeous patio and a large, easily accessed parking lot off Grand Avenue. It’s smooth sailing to stop in, grab a few rolls (or a bento box), and go.
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6. MOMO Sushi
Chef Sonam Nyorie honors the cuisine of his homeland of Tibet in this family spot serving Japanese and Tibetan dishes. Try anything from tempura, maki, and hibachi lunch boxes to beef or vegetable momos.
7. Billy Sushi ビリー寿司
Billy Sushi is the latest offering from Chef Billy Tserenbat, former chef-owner of Sushi Fix in Wayzata. Now the effervescent Billy is back and once again serving the rolls and dishes that diners know and love.