Guide to the best sushi in Stockholm
Updated 10 Nov 2021
Jiro may dream of sushi, but it is safe to say that Stockholm natives are also hooked. Stockholm may have a sushi restaurant on every other block, but quality and freshness vary widely. Beyond the world of black plastic trays and too-salty soy sauce, there exists a selective clique of top-quality sushi bars to rival the revered masters in the East. Whether you're on the look out for a fancy establishment or casual sushi joint we've got you covered. To be sure you're savouring only the very best we've compiled a list to the best sushi in Stockholm. Get out your chopsticks and enjoy.
RoppongiHantverkargatan 76, Kungsholmen
Casual yet ambitious
Roppongi serves exquisite sushi beautifully presented, with emphasis on quality produce the menu boasts of innovative sushi, delectable sashimi as well as gyoza and tempura. The pared back, minimalistic interior enhances the experience.
Hattori SushiDrottninggatan 85, City/Vasastan
Sushi and Izakaya
The abundance of choice and exciting flavour combinations personifies Hattori Sushi Devil. Sushi is made to order from the finest ingredients, the menu boasts of over 20 different kinds of fish. The casual ambiance makes it ideal for both lunch and dinner.
LjunggrenGötgatan 36, Södermalm
Located in Brunogallerian this popular fusion restaurant pays tribute to its Asian heritage. The Far Eastern influences are apparent in both in the decor and fine dining-style sushi menu. Adjacent Råbaren has embraced the raw food trend, specialising in gastro raw food and Nordic sashimi.
Akki SushiLångholmsgatan/Hornsbruksgatan, Södermalm/Hornstull
Literally a hole in the wall
Don't be fooled, despite its drab exterior and not-so-charming location next to Medborgarplatsen's subway station Akki is one of this city's most acclaimed sushi joints. This hole in the wall is tiny to say the least; so takeaway is often the only viable option. Akki's second location offers slightly more seating opportunities.
Nana OmakaseVästmannagatan 17C, City/Vasastan
Nana Omakase serves an ambitious tasting menu. Japanese cuisine combines with Nordic produce and the menu changes with the seasons. Locally-produced ingredients are used wherever possible and the menu is eaten at the chef's table, in front of owner Jonas Bokedal.
Sushi SukaiGrev Turegatan 10, Östermalm
Modern and tasty in Östermalm
Sushi Sukai is on Grev Turegatan in the heart of Östermalm. They serve both lunch and dinner in modern, stylish premises. Choose from a wide selection of sushi, sashimi, bowls and hot dishes. The dinner menu also includes Japanese tapas. If you'd rather eat at home you can order takeaway.
Sushi ShoUpplandsgatan 45, Vasastan
Stockholm's first Michelin sushi
Sushi Sho is an Edomae-style sushi bar and is undeniably an interesting addition to Stockholm's culinary scene. With its distinct Tokyo-vibes, artisanal soya sauce and sake and innovative sushi creations Sushi Sho is a must for the sushi connoisseur.
Itamae IzakayaOdengatan 106, Vasastan
Sushi with style
This little hole in the wall serves unexpectedly high quality sushi. Sushi is served in innovative ways with various toppings, but without being sloppy. Regarded by many as the absolute best sushi in Stockholm. There's only room for around eight diners in the tiny premises and, as well as the usual nigiris and makis, you'll find dishes like fish tacos scribbled up on the blackboard.
YamashiroSveavägen 86, Vasastan
All kinds of sushi
Yamashiro Sushi has been on Sveavägen since autumn 2021, a light little sushi restaurant with modern decor and plenty of plants. They make sushi from fresh ingredients at lunch and dinner. Choose from everything from vegetarian sushi to exclusive sushi such as fried King crab. They also serve bowls, bibimbap and other Asian dishes.
Sushi KoyamaMäster Samuelsgatan 10, City/Norrmalm
Delicious and affordable sushi
Order your sushi at the bar; Sushi Koyama prides itself with fresh fish and the finest ingredients. The extensive menu offers signature dishes such as the immensely popular seared salmon. High quality sushi, affordable pricing point and prime location - it doesn't get better than that.
MinakoVästmannagatan 48, Vasastan
Focus on omakase
Some say this humble sushi restaurant in Vasastan is one of the best in Stockholm. The emphasis here is on omakase, where the chef chooses different dishes each day, and the place is both authentic and very ambitious.
TakBrunkebergstorg 4, City/Norrmalm
Fine fish and great views
Frida Ronge's concept high above Brunkebergstorg serves up Nordic/Japanese cuisine using top-notch ingredients, accompanied by spectacular views. Try the luxurious sushi in the restaurant or order the sushi and sashimi of the day along with something to drink in Izakaya, Tak's laid-back take on a Japanese beer hall.
RawRörstrandsgatan 9, Vasastan
Raw and stylish on Rörstrandsgatan
Raw's Japanese and European sensibilities translate seamlessly from the sleek interior to the cuisine. The food is predominantly raw - hence the name - the menu features abundance of sushi and sashimi, as well as other dishes.
Saisho SushiHjalmar Söderbergs väg 6, Kungsholmen
From sushi to poké bowls
Saisho Sushi's Kungsholmen premises may be small but their range of Japanese dishes is extensive. The menu includes everything from sushi to poké bowls in a range of different variations. Choose between beautifully presented maki, nigiri or a mix of both. All made from carefully selected ingredients.
Blue Light YokohamaÅsögatan 170, Södermalm
Japanese pub culture
This on-trend, award-winning restaurant fuses traditional Japanese cuisine with modern Izakaya fast food culture. The contemporary eatery's extensive menu features an abundance of sushi and other delectable dishes as well as sake.
EastStureplan 13, City/Östermalm/Norrmalm
Modern Asian fusion vibes
This hip modern concept blends a restaurant, bar and nightclub. The restaurant fuses influences from Japan, Korea, Vietnam and Thailand, catering to a wide audience; the menu naturally offers a selection of sushi choices.
Kimama SushiObservatoriegatan 13, Vasastan
Your local joint
Choose this sushi joint for its casual accessibility. Ki-Mama has embraced it Japanese theme complete with lucky cats and bamboo detailing. The menu offers a variety of sushi rolls, sashimi and other exotic dishes.
Wäng IzakayaSveavägen 88, Vasastan
Sushi at authentic Asian bistro
If you want to eat sushi in an authentic Asian environment, Wäng Izakaya is the place to go. Both classic and more experimental sushi is served among rice paper lamps, crimson touches and Asian prints. The menu also offers other Asian dishes and the cocktail bar mixes up drinks with exotic flavours.
WeidaoVasagatan 7, City/Norrmalm
A passion for Asia
Just a stone's throw from Stockholm Central train station and Åhléns City department store, Weidao serves up the best dishes Asia has to offer and naturally there's plenty of sushi on the menu. You can order sushi, maki and sashimi at both lunch and dinner.
Tokyo DinerHötorgshallen, City/Norrmalm
Food court gem
Tokyo Diner located in Hötorgshallen offers a culinary trip to Tokyo - hence the name. The joint seamlessly blends metropolitan vibes with its food court setting. Settle down in the bar at watch chefs at work in the open kitchen. Apart from sushi, the menu features noodles and tempura.
Tezukuri sushiHammarby Kaj 38, Hammarby sjöstad
11 pieces about 110 SEK
Tezukuri is well worth its much-hyped reputation and the wait. The extensive menu offers sushi with an experimental edge, seafood and vegetarian options as well as its signature Tezukuri Roll with tempura-fried prawns.