Satisfy Your Sushi Cravings: Discover the 5 Best Sushi Spots in Niagara Falls


I recently set out on a mission to find the best sushi spots in Niagara Falls, and let me tell you, it was a delicious adventure!

From cozy traditional spots to trendy fusion restaurants, I sampled it all in my quest for the ultimate sushi experience.

After plenty of soy sauce and wasabi, I've compiled a list of the top spots that any sushi lover in Niagara Falls simply can't miss.

So, get ready to tantalize your taste buds and join me on a culinary journey through the best sushi spots in town!

Danny's Sushi

If you're on the hunt for exceptional quality sushi in Niagara Falls, look no further than Danny's Sushi.

With over 30 years of experience, Chef Danny Rimando knows a thing or two about crafting top-notch sushi.

From the first bite, you can taste the difference in the freshness of the ingredients and the skill that goes into each roll. The wait staff is incredibly friendly and the restaurant itself is spotless.

I highly recommend trying their spicy tuna and spicy salmon, which are out of this world. Even their deep-fried rolls, which I'm usually not a fan of, were a pleasant surprise.

Danny and his team clearly put a lot of thought and care into their menu, and it shows.

Whether you're a sushi aficionado or just looking to try something new, Danny's Sushi is a must-visit spot in Niagara Falls. I can't wait to come back and try more of their offerings on my next visit!

If you're searching for an authentic Japanese dining experience in Niagara, look no further than Michinoku Japanese Restaurant.

With over 40 years of experience in Japanese cuisine, executive chef Koji Okabe has honed his craft and delights in experimenting with innovative new ways to prepare and cook delicious and fresh Japanese cuisine.

One of their standout dishes is the sushi pizza, which is a unique and delicious way to showcase their homemade wasabi and spicy mayo sauce.

Their sushi rolls are equally impressive, particularly the one-of-a-kind volcano roll. It's no wonder that Michinoku is considered a hidden gem in Niagara - the quality of the food is simply outstanding.

During my recent visit, I tried the Michinoku, which featured assorted sashimi that tasted incredibly fresh, and perfectly cooked chicken.

The assorted tempura was also a standout, arriving hot and crispy, just as it should. The attention to detail and commitment to authentic Japanese flavors was evident in every bite.

If you're a fan of Japanese cuisine or looking to try something new and delicious, Michinoku Japanese Restaurant is definitely worth a visit. Trust me, you won't be disappointed!

East Izakaya is a sushi joint with a modern and fresh pub-like atmosphere that is perfect for a relaxed and enjoyable dining experience.

With brick walls, floor-to-ceiling windows that let in lots of natural light, and a beautiful patio area, the ambiance is smooth and appealing.

The menu is designed around the Izakaya style, offering Japanese BBQ, sake, beer, and an All You Can Eat menu that includes more than 160 items. Each dish is carefully prepared and presented in small portions that are full of flavor, making it easy to try a little bit of everything. The menu is also vegetarian and vegan friendly, so everyone can find something to enjoy.

The cat robots, which are sure to keep the kids occupied, add to the fun and lively atmosphere of the restaurant. The dining area is clean and tidy, which is always a plus.

As for the sushi, it was nice and fresh, and oh so delicious! With a wide variety on the dinner menu, the salmon, tuna, egg tamago, red snapper, and eel nigiri were definitely the standout items. The spicy salmon roll and rocky roll are also worth trying.

Overall, I highly recommend East Izakaya for a fun and tasty night out. With a menu that is sure to satisfy all tastes and a modern atmosphere that is perfect for a casual evening, it's definitely a spot to check out.

Yukiguni is a gem of a sushi joint just a short walk away from the Falls, offering authentic Japanese cuisine that is simply the best in Niagara Falls.

Since 1988, they have been serving up the freshest selection of sushi, sashimi, tempura, and much more.

The restaurant is booth-lined and offers a cozy and traditional ambiance. It's perfect for a casual meal or a night out with friends. Yukiguni is one of the few authentic Japanese restaurants in the Niagara region, making it a must-visit spot.

I ordered a sushi combo and chicken teriyaki, and both were delicious. Both dishes came with miso soup and a starter salad, which were a great addition. The sushi was incredibly fresh, and the chicken teriyaki was cooked to perfection.

The interior has probably stayed the same since they opened, adding to the traditional and cozy atmosphere of the place. The restaurant's attention to detail in both their food and atmosphere is truly impressive.

Overall, I highly recommend Yukiguni for anyone who loves authentic Japanese cuisine. It's perfect for a casual meal or a special occasion. The combination of delicious food, traditional ambiance, and attentive service make it a must-visit spot in Niagara Falls.

If you're looking for a satisfying sushi and Thai feast, Wind Japanese & Thai should be on your list of must-visit restaurants.

They offer all-you-can-eat Japanese and Thai cuisine as well as à la carte menu options, all served in a modern and inviting atmosphere.

One of the best things about Wind Japanese & Thai is their fast service, which doesn't compromise on quality.

You can taste the difference in the freshness of their sashimi, including salmon, red snapper, and white tuna.

Their shrimp tempura is also a standout dish, with big, juicy shrimp, and their beef skewers come in 3-piece servings.

Wind Japanese & Thai is also very generous with their garnishes, including soy sauce, ginger, and wasabi, as well as their chopsticks and utensils.

Parking is not a problem, and their location is away from the busy streets of Niagara, making it a perfect spot for a relaxing meal.

Overall, I highly recommend Wind Japanese & Thai for anyone looking for an all-you-can-eat sushi and Thai restaurant.


  • Ashleigh Bandimere

    Ashleigh Bandimere is a Freelance Foodie & Travel Writer who loves all things travel! She takes advantage of every opportunity to get away, Ashleigh is always ready for her next adventure.

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