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7 Best Sushi Bars on the Eastside

It can be hard to find good sushi. So we’ve done the work for you and searched for all the best local spots. Each and every one of these restaurants has been vetted by other customers and you are sure to love them to.

***Click each restaurant to be taken to their website & menu!


Izumi| Kirkland | Yelp 4 Stars



“My wife and I really enjoyed Izumi. The food was delicious and all the seafood was very fresh. The menu had a wonderful variety of mostly traditional Japanese dishes and sushi.”  -Matt



Sushi In Joy | Bellevue | Yelp 4 Stars



“Great sushi and love the wooden Japanese decor! This is my family’s new go to spot for sushi in Bellevue”  -Darya


Trapper’s | North Bend | Yelp 4 Stars









“All You Can Eat Sushi at the sushi bar for lunch and dinner ” – Michelle





Aji Sushi | Issaquah | Yelp 4 Stars



“Great atmosphere and jazzy music to set the tone of the restaurant. Service was quick to respond and very accommodating as they immediately offered hot water and lemon once they heard I had lost my voice” -Ashley


Kiwami| Kirkland | Yelp 4 Stars


“If I could give more stars I would. I have made this a once a week stop for dinning. The Sushi rolls are unbelievable. The cocktails are the best.”  – John


  Oto Sushi | Kirkland | Yelp 4 Stars



“I love oto sushi. This is one of my go to place for Japanese cuisine.” -Subail



Chinoise | Issaquah | Yelp 3.5 Stars



“Chinoise remains our favorite restaurant! The Flaming Salmon Roll and Beat Bobby Flay Bibimbap are the absolute best. 


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One Response to “7 Best Sushi Bars on the Eastside”

  • I have To share the best and possibly the most underrated and forgotten gem on the eastside. Part of it is it’s hidden location, and part is the owner who doesn’t know a thing about marketing. Zushi sushi in Issaquah. The chef is the former sushi chef of the W hotel. They use the most highest quality fish and you can tell the difference when it melts in your mouth. I was a regular at oto and the others you mention but none of these compare to the quality of zushi sushi in Issaquah. Perhaps giving them a shout out and giving them a try will help others to try out this hidden gem!

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