Guide: 10 of the best places to get sushi takeout and delivery in Seattle
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Well Seattle if there’s one thing we know, it’s that this city has great seafood. And along with seafood, we have some pretty amazing sushi spots. So we thought it was only appropriate that we clue you into some of the best spots to grab sushi. Here are 10 of the best places to get sushi takeout and delivery in Seattle.
We can’t speak highly enough about this place. It’s so good it’s almost addictive. And we like that they focus on donburi bowls. Because they’re a filling and healthy lunch or dinner option. Not to mention their prices are great. So if you haven’t given them a try, now’s the time.
This Wallingford classic has been around a long time. And that’s because it’s one of Seattle’s best spots to grab sushi. In fact, they’re pretty well recognized as having one of the best Chirashi bowls in the city. So if that sounds up your alley be sure to give them a try.
Options: Takeout or delivery
This gem is tucked away in Chinatown and is an excellent place for fresh, high-quality sushi. And what’s best of all is that they’re doing both takeout and delivery at this time. Or you can also opt to dine in. Whatever you choose, you won’t regret trying Fuji Sushi.
Options: Takeout, delivery, and dine-in
And if you want a bougie sushi night, look no further than Sushi Kappo Tamura. They are the cream on the crop for a few reasons. Firstly they use local and in-season ingredients. Secondly, their chefs have been at it a long time and head chef/owner Taichi Kitamura is pretty much a legend. In other words, you have to give them a try.
This gem is certainly Seattle’s oldest sushi bar and also probably Seattle’s oldest continually operating restaurant. It opened in 1904 which is pretty cool that it’s still around today. And that’s because they’ve been serving up mean sushi this whole time. So until we can get back to eating in the tatami rooms, we highly recommend ordering takeout.
Well, Tamarai Bar is technically an Izakaya. But they have some killer sushi and sashimi on the menu that is definitely worth ordering along with all their other tasty menu items. And their bento-style to-go lunches are very aesthetically pleasing. So not only does your food taste amazing but it’s beautiful as well.
Honestly, we don’t really know how to pronounce the name of this restaurant. But we do know it’s really really good and in normal times very hard to get into. So that’s why we’re pumped that takeout is a thing. And you honestly can’t go wrong with anything that you order here, it’s all delicious.
And this list wouldn’t be complete without another high end, incredible sushi spot. Shiro’s is another long-standing spot that also happens to be Seattle’s first Edomae style spot. So if you really want some of the highest quality sushi you need to order yourself some Shiro’s ASAP.
Options: Takeout, delivery, dine-in
This well-loved Seattle sushi spot is committed to sustainability. And in these times that’s super important because we need fish to enjoy sushi! So not only is their sushi sustainable but it’s high quality, delicious, and available for takeout. And that’s what we’re talking about.
And to top off our list, we have a classic, simple and tasty takeout sushi spot. Ten sushi is perfect if you want a wide menu with plenty of choices. And they offer delivery through most 3rd party services so you have options across the board. We’re into it.
Options: Takeout and Delivery via DoorDash & UberEats
Okay, folks, we hope that you enjoy this list of the best places to get sushi takeout and delivery in Seattle. And while dine-in is slowly becoming an option at Seattle restaurants, we still highly recommend that you grab food-to-go. Regardless, enjoy these tasty sushi restaurants.