We know it’s easy to open a food delivery app when you’re hungry for some sushi. But do you know which is the best spot in your neighbourhood that serves delicious sushi?
You’d be surprised to know that there’s a world of appetizing platters out there.
Here’s a list of places you need to visit for some amazing sushi – from fine dine restaurants to pocket-friendly spots.
So, grab your chopsticks and get a taste of Tokyo!
Pa Pa Ya, Park Street Area
If we had to pick one Chicago sushi place to eat at every day, it would be Pa PaYa. A destination for all things Asian throughout the country, Pa PaYa, recently opened its doors in Kolkata. Spread over a massive property of 14000 sq. ft. on the 11th floor, it offers a splendid view of the City of Joy, along with its delectable menu. Chic and modern, it’s known for serving the best sushi and sashimi to its patrons. Head here for an ultimate gastronomical experience complete with artful plating and wondrous desserts.
LiveInStyle Loves: The Nigiri Sushi Tree; decked with 4 different kinds of sushi.
Owned by famed percussionist and tabla player Tanmoy Bose, Wasabee is one of the hippest Oriental spots in town. Along with serving some excellent sushi, it’s also known for its Burmese and Singaporean menus. The cherry blossom themed décor woos you and transports you to Japan almost instantly. While their menu offers a heap of options for you to choose from, do ask their courteous staff for recommendations and you’ll step out with a full tummy and a smile on your face!
LiveInStyle Loves: The Volcano Sushi with spicy, baked tuna.
Zen – The Park, Park Street
This restaurant offers a truly zen-like experience the moment you set foot inside it. An evergreen favourite for many a sushi connoisseur of the city, Zen provides with a grand ambience, super hospitality and good food to match. While offering an extravagant experience, the staff at Zen tends to your every need, thus proving its popularity over the years. You won’t think twice before going again.
LiveInStyle Loves: The Zen Style Sashimi Platter with salmon, prawn, tuna, crab stick and octopus.
The Fatty Bao, Fort Knox
From its colourful Japanese lanterns to the themed salt and pepper shakers, everything at The Fatty Bao will make you want to take a trip to the Land Of The Rising Sun. The ambience is picture-perfect, making it an ideal spot for all your #foodstagram pictures. The view on offer is a stunning panorama of the Victoria Memorial which leads up to the Howrah Bridge. With plenty of delicious options available for non-vegetarians and vegetarians alike, The Fatty Bao will surely make you go – WOW!
LiveInStyle Loves:The Nil’s Summer Baby; uramaki rolls sprinkled with tobiko and stuffed with asparagus.
Fuji, Southern Avenue
You’ll love being greeted with a warm ‘Moshi Moshi’ by a kimono-clad waitress when you enter this homely Asian place. The food is equally exciting, with dishes like Mumbai Maki and Chennai Maki on the menu. If you’re a fan of Hakka Noodles, try the exotic Japanese noodles they serve with slivers of flavourful chicken swimming in clear soup. They’re popular for serving exotic Japanese dishes that no other place in Kolkata provides, so you know you need to make a beeline for it as soon as you can!
LiveInStyle Loves:The Shimesaba made with vinegared mackerel.
Image credits: saylee_padwal, Zen - The Park, fujiraja, Pout Pretty