15 "Sushi" Restaurants in Philadelphia.
Tuna Bar is a large sushi restaurant in Old City that’s good for big group dinners.
Crazy Sushi is a party BYOB in Center City with neon lights, decent rolls, and pretty much no rules.
Hiroki is a dark sushi restaurant in Fishtown with a 9-course omakase menu for $135.
DK Sushi is an outpost of Double Knot inside of Franklin’s Table that serves excellent sushi, including a $35 mini-omakase.
Da-Wa is a small, casual sushi spot with a solid omakase offering under the El on Front Street.
Tomatoes is a staple in Margate for everything from a Happy Hour drink to a birthday dinner with a few friends.
Hikari is a BYOB sushi spot in Northern Liberties that has solid, classic rolls and a bunch of outdoor seating in the summer.
Morimoto is a sushi place in Old City that’s super expensive, so you should save it for a special occasion or when someone else is paying.
Umai Umai in Fairmount makes affordable, a la carte sushi in a space that’s nice enough for a date, but not overly fancy.
Kisso Sushi Bar is a neighborhood spot in Old City that lives up to the hype.
When you’re looking for reasonably priced sushi, but still want it to feel a little special, head to 1225 Raw in Center City.
Fat Salmon is a fun sushi place in Old City where you should go to start a night out.