6 sushi superlatives in Fort Worth

Photo of a plate of sushi.

Edohana Sushi is coming in hot with some cold fish. | Photo by @edohanahulen

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We’ve been fishing around and Fort Worth is swimming in sushi. From trendy menus to laidback atmospheres, we’ve rounded up some top spots to score sushi.

Date night dining

Tokyo Cafe, 5121 Pershing Ave.
Tokyo Cafe is a great spot to take your date when you want to make it o-fish-al. With upscale interiors, handcrafted shareables, and a roll of the day, we recommend the dan dan roll.

Impress the foodies

Pacific Table, 1600 S. University Dr.
Pacific Table has premier sushi + service. The fresh nigiri platter will have those with the most particular of palettes saying, “Oh, that’s good fish.” Keep it coastal with cold water oysters.

Celebrate with sushi

Shinjuku Station, 711 W. Magnolia Ave.
Shinjuku is the perfect place to maki the moment special. Modeled after the world’s busiest train stop in Tokyo, this eatery has braised octopus + all the sake you could want.

Bang for your buck

Wild Sushi & Ramen, 4386 Western Center Blvd.
Who says sushi has to be expensive? Check out Wild Sushi’s sampler plate with tuna, salmon, red snapper, and yellowtail sashimi for just $11.50.

Tako-bout takeout

Kyoto Hibachi Sushi & Bar, 4833 S. Hulen St.
Stay in with your sashimi and try Kyoto Hibachi Sushi & Bar. Gather around the in tabletop grill for dinner and a show or skip the onion volcano and take your meal to-go.

Go fish-less

Blue Sushi Sake Grill, 3131 W. 7th St.
It sounds like a contradiction, but vegan sushi is delicious. (Technically the word “sushi” just refers to the rice part.) Try out Blue Sushi’s 18 vegan rolls and other classic maki options.

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