The 10 best sushi spots in Boise
Missing the mild taste of sushi? The current pandemic has put restaurant visits on hold, but our local businesses are coming up with innovative ideas to let customers still enjoy some good food. Here are some of the best sushi spots in Boise, ID where you can go for some good sushi:
They’re open Monday to Friday from 11:30 AM to 9 PM (till 10 PM on Fridays and Saturdays), and you can see photos of what they have to offer online. Their sushi is amazing – we really recommend trying them out!
If you want to stay at home but still enjoy your favorite sushi, Island Sushi & Ramen is one of the many places that offer online ordering services. You can order in a minute, pick it up, and then enjoy some delicious sushi in the comfort of your home.
3. Shogun Sushi
They’re located on 3640 S Findley Avenue, and they serve some incredible sushi combos – ramen and sushi, and their all-time best sushi combo (California roll served with tuna, salmon, red snapper and ebi).
4. Maru Sushi
For fresh, yummy sushi, go to them. Some of their specialty sushi rolls include Jimbo (shrimp tempura, cucumber, tuna, salmon, BBQ eel, avocado, eel sauce and sesame seeds), Inuyasha, Las Vegas, and Dragon.
You can order online from Sakana Sushi Bar & Grill. They have a simple system – you need to choose the location from which you want to order, choose either the lunch or main menu, and then add items to your cart.
Taste the difference at Fujiyama, one of Boise’s finest Japanese restaurants. They have an extensive menu, and their stir fry noodles are our favorite.
Located in downtown Boise, they’re great for those who like Thai food and sushi. You can have a Nirvana Roll or Apocalypse Roll (stuffed with tempura shrimp, premium crab mixture, spicy tuna, cream cheese, avocado and kaiware), among many other options.
8. Rotary Sushi
Dining in at Rotary Sushi is quite the experience! They have happy hours from Wednesday to Thursday (7:30 – 9:30 PM). Some popular items include the crazy roll, California roll, Naruto roll, and volcano roll.
You can order online through Grubhub, or you can visit the restaurant to dine in. Its hours are slightly complicated, so we recommend checking with the restaurant before visiting. Their contact number is (208) 378-8808.
With delectable items like sukiyaki, chicken teriyaki, sabashio (grilled mackerel served with rice and pickled daikon radish) and various rice bowl dishes, it’s easy to see why they’re among Boise’s most popular Japanese restaurants!
Remember to stay safe while outside. Carry your mask, and maintain a distance from others. And of course, remember to follow Japanese eating etiquette while at a Japanese restaurant! Use your chopsticks instead of your hands, avoid resting the chopsticks on your bowl, and don’t raise your food above your mouth.