Food & Drink

Best Sushi In Hartford

January 11, 2011 2:33 PM

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While Hartford generally isn’t known as a “foodie” haven, it has come a long way in the past few years. There are a number of quality sushi places that have the best sushi in Hartford in all different price ranges. – Stephanie Geary


Feng Asian Bistro

93 Asylum St.
Hartford, CT 06103

When it comes to sushi hot spots, Feng Asian Bistro is it for Hartford. Gorgeously decorated and designed, Feng Asian Bistro has some of the best sushi in Hartford. From sushi to sashimi to handmade rolls, Feng Asian Bistro has it all. You’ll feel as if you’re dining out in New York City instead of Hartford. The best sushi, however, does come at a hefty price. Entrees and main dishes run upwards of $20 and more.


Ichiban

530 Farmington Ave.
Hartford, CT 06105
(860) 236-5599

Ichiban offers not only great sushi but great value as well. It’s Ichiban’s wallet-friendly pricing that gives it the stamp of best sushi in Hartford. If you’re there on a date, try the Sushi Lover’s Boat, which comes with 16 pieces of sushi, a California roll and a tuna roll.


Koji

17 Asylum St.
Hartford, CT 06103
(860) 247-5654

Koji has some of the best sushi in Hartford. Fresh and delicious, their sushi will make you want to come back again and again. Prices are reasonable. For about $25, you can get a combination of sushi and sashimi. Don’t forget to check out the lunch specials, too.


Ichiro Hibachi and Sushi Bar

962 Farmington Ave.
West Hartford, CT 06107
(860) 232-7888

It’s Ichiro Hibachi and Sushi Bar’s variety and quality of sushi that puts it on the best sushi in Hartford list. Choose from special rolls that don’t contain any raw fish to hand rolls to classic rolls. For vegetarians there’s even a separate section of rolls like the sweet potato tempura roll and peanut avocado roll. Prices can be a bit steep. For the special rolls, expect to pay around $14 or $15. For the sushi and sashimi, choose from yellowtail to Alaskan king salmon to fatty tuna and more.

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