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Sushi Restaurants In New Haven

Mapped Restaurants New Haven

Kudeta Kudeta New Haven 3 Star Rating

27 Temple St New haven
(203) 562-8844

New Haven Malaysian Restaurant near Temple St And N Frontage Rd

Sono Bana Restaurant Sono Bana Restaurant New Haven 3 Star Rating

1206 Dixwell Ave Hamden
(203) 567-4980

New Haven Japanese Restaurant near Cooper Ln And Megin Dr offering dine in

Akasaka Akasaka New Haven 3 Star Rating

1450 Whalley Ave New haven
(203) 387-4898

New Haven Japanese Restaurant near Glen View Ter And Whalley Ave

Sushi Palace Sushi Palace New Haven 3 Star Rating

1473 Dixwell Ave Hamden
(203) 230-8875

New Haven Japanese Restaurant near Dixwell Ave And Church St

Miso Japanese Restaurant Miso Japanese Restaurant New Haven 3 Star Rating

15 Orange St New haven
(203) 848-6472

New Haven Japanese Restaurant near Orange St And George St offering dine in

Sarku Japan Sarku Japan New Haven 3 Star Rating

470 Lewis Ave Meriden
(203) 238-3896

New Haven Japanese Restaurant near Kensington Ave And Bailey Ave

Wasabi Japanese Restaurant Wasabi Japanese Restaurant New Haven 3 Star Rating

280 Branford Rd North branford
(203) 488-7711

New Haven Japanese Restaurant near Harrison Rd And Branford Rd offering dine in

Samurai Japanese Restaurant Samurai Japanese Restaurant New Haven 3 Star Rating

230 College St New haven
(203) 562-6766

New Haven Japanese Restaurant near College St And Crown St offering dine in

Miya Sushi Miya Sushi New Haven 3 Star Rating

68 Howe St New haven
(203) 777-9760

New Haven Japanese Restaurant near Howe St And Chapel St

Sushi Restaurants New Haven


Sushi is a very versatile dish, which one of the reasons for its well-deserved popularity. Most capitals of the world, from China to New Haven, have more than one sushi restaurant in its region. It can contain anything from crisp vegetables, juicy fruit, and fresh seafood, to more unconventional elements such as cream cheese and even chocolate! You can eat it as a snack on-the-go, or savor it more leisurely as part of a main meal in any New Haven sushi restaurant. The classic sushi is typically very healthy, as most authentic dishes of Japanese cuisine are, since it uses only the freshest ingredients and entails virtually no cooking. Thus, the vitamins and minerals are more preserved without any added fat, oil or even salt, making it appealing to health-buffs and weight-watchers alike.

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