Sushi Kashiba is Seattle's destination for Japanese fine dining at its highest level. Located right next to historic Pike Place Market. Take a coveted seat at the Omakase sushi bar, where you just might find multi-James Beard Award nominated Chef Shiro Kashiba hard at work.Ordering one of Sushi Kashiba's chef curated sushi dinners is probably your best bet. The cuts of salmon, toro, tuna, yellowtail and other fish are always fresh and beautifully presented. The meal is finished off with Sushi Kashiba's trademark cake-like egg dessert. The restaurant also features à la carte items like agedashi tofu, oysters on the half shell and Chef Kashiba's New York Times featured black cod kasuzuke.
Located in the former Girin space in bustling Pioneer Square, Matsu serves up sushi and Japanese fare with rotating wines, sakes, and a full bar. The perfect stop for Happy Hour after work or late night, or before the game.
Momiji SLU has one goal in mind: giving our guests a unique, delicious, and unforgettable experience. Our menu reflects innovative Japanese kaiseki-style dishes, skillfully prepared to perfection. Every single item we serve is carefully made to dazzle your senses, so browse our site and check back for future updates.
wa'z is now opening for dine-in along with serving "Take out meals". For the most updated menu, please go to our online order page below and our website. Online Order: https://wazseattle.cloudwaitress.com/We also have Facebook, Instagram and Youtube channel! Please check them out!https://www.facebook.com/wazseattlehttps://www.instagram.com/wazseattlehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8617TtnERpw5DqVONMBDhgwa’z is a Japanese Kaiseski restaurant that distinguishes its menu with a modern Northwest Kaiseki tasting of artful, seasonal fare.
An Izakaya is a common Japanese bar/restaurant that is often found in cosmopolitan areas for after-work relaxation and an opportunity to unwind after a busy day. Izakaya restaurants all have a multi-faceted menu and offer many types of food such as sashimi, tempura and yakitori; all appetizing dishes which go well with the alcohol served such as beer, sake and shochu. Due to the informal atmosphere, instead of ordering and eating individual platters, customers usually share all dishes with one another in their party.