Shiro’s Sushi

If you want delicious, high quality omakase sushi in Seattle, go to Shiro's Sushi in Belltown.

For the finale dinner in this trip to Seattle, I knew that I wanted the evening to be a showstopper. A quick round of research illuminated a clear winner: Shiro’s Sushi. Partly because I wanted something more casual than Sushi Kashiba.

When we arrived, my first impressions of Shiro’s Sushi were clean, cozy and quality. We were seated next to the action – right next to the kitchen. It was dinner – and a delicious show.

As the menu for the evening was CHEF’S OMAKASE COURSE (4 course meal featuring 19 pieces of assorted nigiri sushi), we had the pleasure of sitting back, savoring, biting and enjoying what was put before us.

1st Course

Albacore Tuna – Oregon
Sea Bass – Mexico
Kanpachi (Amberiack) – Hawaii
Madai (Sea Bream) – Japan
Sawara (King Mackerel) – Japan

2nd Course

Sockeye Salmon – Alaska
Atlantic Salmon – Canada
Buri (Wild Yellowtail) – Japan
Katsuo (Bonito) – Japan
Sweet Shrimp – Alaska
Scallop – Japan

3rd Course

Bluefin Tuna 4 ways – Mexico

4th Course

Ikura (Salmon Roe) – Alaska
Uni (Sea Urchin) – Japan
Unagi (Fresh Water Eel) – Japan
Tamago (Egg Omelet)


In my final thoughts, there’s really not much to say other than everything was outstanding. Shiro’s Sushi accepted my substitutions and replaced the pieces I didn’t want without problems. Overall, dinner at Shiro’s was exactly what I wanted: a place of relaxed refinement for a very special dinner.

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Shiro's Sushi

2401 2nd Ave
Seattle, Washington 98121
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