Sushi is one of the great love or hate dishes of the world. For those who love it, it's an addiction that constantly needs satisfying. Thankfully, Perth has a whole host of sushi joints to ease the cravings of sushi lovers all across the city. The question is though, which is the best? Leave your answers in the box above.
Jaws in Forrest Place has long been Perth's most famous sushi joint. It'd be hard to argue anyone's Nori (sushi wrapping) is better or fresher than Jaws and the flat $3.50 price is pretty appealing.
Hikaru in Brookfield Place offers the most unique range of sushi options in the city. Their imaginative use of spices sees Hikaru bustling around lunch and dinner time. At Hikaru you can also choose between white, brown and black rice. Prices are surprisingly low for Brookfield place, with rolls priced between $2.80 - $3.80 each.
Sushia is inside the Enex100 building on the bottom floor, and while the Nori and rice they use is nothing special, the spices they add in are fantastic. They also offer salt & pepper squid sushi. Just around the corner in the Carillon Arcade food court is Shogun. Shogun's range is pretty stock standard but their chicken variants are excellent. Their sushi is also cut up, making it easier to eat for those in business attire.
Sushi Yakiyori in the food court in Raine Square has a few interesting seafood options at reasonable prices. They offer small and large pre-cut servings and as a nice touch, the staff are dressed in traditional Japanese garments.
When Jaws left London Court Kagura moved in with big shoes to fill. While the prices are cheap - ranging from $5 to $7.50 - so far the quality has been pretty hit and miss. When they're good they're great, you'd hope Kagura can become more consistent now that a nearby Sushi Master franchise has closed down.
Iku Sushi just outside the Perth Underground has a fantastic reputation and a pretty good deal when you buy multiple rolls. They have a nice sit down section and the "sushi ninjas at work" slogan always gives you a smile.
Zen Saki on the east side of the malls is a brilliant modern sushi train which always has a decent sized crowd. They have a pretty stock standard range of sushi and very normal prices, but it's hard to beat the novelty of watching food go around a store on a conveyor belt!
Have a different opinion of any of the above mention sushi joints? Where's your favourite spot to get some sushi? Let us know by commenting.
Sushi Royal 131 Royal Street Perth, just love the sooo fresh, you can stand there and watch them make it, also lots of salads plus you can order. I have never ordered sit down but every thing that I see looks and smells so good! 10/10