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Sushi at THESE 7 places in Mumbai will surely take you on a fancy food trip to Japan!

Here are 7 eateries in Mumbai that have 'shrimply' the best sushis, guaranteeing you a riveting ride through the Tuna-verse

Raw, sashimi-styled, flash-fried, or chopped up, a Sushi serving never fails to activate our salivary glands. This decadent dish has made its way to the cosmopolitan city of Mumbai and clearly won over the hearts of locals. Over the course of time, a string of sushi joints have cropped up in the city, ushering oriental delights in the city of dreams. So here are 7 eateries in Mumbai that have 'shrimply' the best sushis, guaranteeing you a riveting ride through the Tuna-verse!

Kofuko Japanese

At Kofuku in Mumbai, you will discover Japan in its authentic best, amid a fusion of East Asian cuisine and aesthetic interiors. Arraying a variety of classic dishes, the menu crafted by Chef James Biaka is vegetarian-friendly with Vegan and Gluten-free options too. Like a cherry on the cake, the sake bar at this eatery will surely leave you thrilled. With three outlets in Mumbai, at Powai, Juhu and Bandra West, Kofuku has become popular amongst sushi lovers for its different and delectable servings.

Location: Several outlets across Mumbai.

Approximate Cost for two: ₹2,300


Shizusan offers its guest the aroma and the essence of the gastronomic delight that originates from oriental regions. It serves a pan-Asian menu with a sushi platter headlining the same. This eatery presents flavours from China, Indonesia, Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand and even Korea to Mumbai. If you love your sushi and your spices equally, try their sriracha spiked sushi rolls. Besides, do try their special handcrafted cocktails if you happen to trudge out here.

Location: Phoenix Marketcity, near Kurla; Senapati Bapat Marg, Gandhi Nagar, Upper Worli, Lower Parel

Average Cost for two: ₹2,200

Pa Pa Ya

Promising a novel interpretation of Asian food, Pa Pa Ya- A is a place where culinary skills meet the wizardry of modern gastronomy to offer an avant-garde dining experience. The sushi, like other dishes, is served with a new and refreshing twist here. Their Sushi Matrix and the Laksa are not only delicious but also visually pleasing, so you mustn't forget to get the perfect Insta clicks before you start devouring them.

Location: Several outlets across Mumbai

Average Cost for two: ₹2,500


Head to KOKO if you love sushi but can not settle with anything ordinary. Here, you get creative cocktails, sushi and contemporary pan-Asian cuisine in a voguish space, with a long Burmese teak bar. With a long list of options, the menu of this fine-dine will leave you spoilt with choices! If you happen to visit, do not miss out on their California Rolls and Avocado Truffle Sushi with Caviar.

Location: C Wing, Trade World, Kamala Mills Compound, Ground Floor, Lower Parel, Mumbai.

Average cost for two: ₹3,000

The Cafe by Foodhall

Check out the diverse menu of The Cafe by Foodhall, which displays a range of vegan and gluten-free alternatives. If you find it difficult to choose, order their sushi platter which answers the prayers of every confused foodie. Marking its presence at three locations in Mumbai including Lower Parel, Santacruz West and Peddar Roa, it offers an all-day breakfast menu, combined with the best of continental and Italian dishes as well.

Location: Several outlets across Mumbai.

Average cost for two: ₹1,200


Named after the co-owner of the restaurant, Seefah is famed for its classic flavour pairings. Sushi lovers are in for a treat at this warm and relaxed outlet with a limited yet lip-smacking menu. To put an end to your sushi cravings, try their Spider Roll which is served with soft shell crab tempura, avocado and togarashi mayo. Their bestseller, Salmon Maki Roll is something that will pull you back again and again!

Location: Khan House, Hill Road, Bandra West, Mumbai.

Average cost for two: ₹1,800

Blue's Kitchen

A cozy joint at Bandra, Blues Kitchen stands out in terms of taste and freshness. Good presentation, great aroma and delish taste are the major attractions here. Ever since its inception, the food has consistently been up to the mark here. Various kinds of Sushis available here, are all worth trying once at least. And If you claim to be a true sushi lover, we recommend you to try them all!

Location: 16th Road, Pall Hill, Bandra West, Mumbai

Average cost for two: ₹1,800

Knock Knock

While most of us assume that Sushi originated in Japan, it actually traces its roots back to a Chinese dish called narezushi. Despite Japan being the Sushi capital of the World, this dish is now loved by people across the globe. Let us know how many of these joints have you ticked off already!

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