Top 5 Places to Eat Sushi in Kyiv

2828
Top 5 Places to Eat Sushi in Kyiv

Sushi is one of the most difficult to cook and popular dishes in the world. The trend for sushi, which started in Kyiv a long time ago caused a boom of the Japanese cuisine restaurants and cafes. Check out top 5 places to eat proper sushi in Kyiv.

Buddha-Bar Kyiv

Plate with Japanese dishesAs soon as you walk through the doors, you are captivated by the establishment's positive energy.
With a surface area of 1400 meter square, this restaurant can welcome over 350 guests. It boasts an original Buddha-Bar design, thanks to its three-storied layout. The restaurant is located on the first floor with the Bar-Lounge on the second and the VIP area above, offering an incredible view over the entire establishment. The cuisine is a savory blend between the Eastern and Western dishes. The dining concept at Buddha-bar is based on the idea of sharing in a particularly warm atmosphere, thanks to the subtle and captivating musical tracks played by the resident DJ.
Address: 14, Khreshchatyk Street

Fujiwara Yoshi

Fujiwara Yoshi cook in KyivFor 30 years, main chef Fujiwara Yoshihiro has been spreading Japanese culinary traditions all over the world — his restaurants are present in the USA, Mexico, Europe, and, naturally, Japan. They all follow the same principle — fresh-only products, perfect quality. Like in any traditional Japanese restaurant, the team cooks according to main chef's technologies and extensive knowledge, passed from one generation to another. That's why high quality here is doubtless as well. In the menu one can find well-known sections like sushi, sashimi and rolls, salads and hot dishes. Discoveries follow: soups include not only a classical miso, but several types of udon, there's a separate section for tempura (battered and deep fried shrimps and vegetables). Fujiwara Yoshi is rightfully one of the best restaurants of Japanese cuisine not only in Kyiv, but in Ukraine.
Address: 15A, Solomianska street; 11, Dragomyrova street

CHI Restaurant

Girl taking a pic of sushiWith its stylish interior and innovative oriental cooking, CHI has all the chances to become the high-etalon restaurant in Kyiv. Dishes from Mainland China and a number of other South East Asian countries are all available here. CHI’s chef Junyi Yang worked at legendary oriental restaurant Hakkasan in London before he moved to Kyiv. This Michelin-starred trendsetter had been wowing London’s big spenders with his classy Cantonese cooking for over a decade and now Ukrainian foodies have a chance to taste his gastro masterpieces.
The restaurant’s stylish interior - all-dark wood lattice screens and moody lighting - attracts the particular kind of beautiful people. As for the food, CHI serves up beautifully presented, exquisitely prepared dishes crafted from high-quality ingredients. The restaurant is a testament to the potential of pan-oriental cooking, the finest of South East Asia regional cuisines.
Address: 16A, Parkova Road

Touch Cafe

Man with sushiThe highlight of Touch Cafe is its lounge terrace: huge sliding panoramic windows connect Asia with a unique picturesque center of Kyiv. A striking mix of easy cool summer evening, the aroma of properly prepared hookah, exclusive cocktails and chilled wine in combination with fresh sushi and interesting original dishes of Oriental cuisine will take everyone to the wonderful world of Asia.
Address: 16, Shota Rustaveli Street

Nobu

Sushi plate Nobu is one of the best Japanese restaurants in the capital, which has been operating for more than ten years already. It is famous for consistently high quality products and dishes prepared in the best traditions of the country of the rising Sun. The main focus of the new Asian menu is bold combinations and bright flavor accents give a rich palette of traditional Asian spices, seasonings and sauces.
Address: 12, Shota Rustaveli Street
Photo sources: Facebook and websites of businesses mentioned above. All images belong to their rightful authors.

Partner news

Fresh

View More

On our site we use cookies (and these are not cookies), which make it more convenient for each user. By visiting the pages of the site, you agree to our Privacy Policy. For more information on the Policy and what cookies are needed for and how you can stop collecting cookies, click here.

Ok