Looking for the best sushi restaurants in Orlando to try? Well look no further, we have just what you are looking for!

Orlando, Florida is home to many mouthwatering restaurants. This includes numerous establishments that offer sushi. We have a few in mind so we put together a list of our favorites as the Best Sushi in Orlando! Below you can find the full list of restaurants!

Sushi Restaurants in Orlando 

1. Nona Sushi

10743 Narcoossee Rd, Orlando, FL 32832  |  407-381-7777  |  View Deals

Nona Sushi is a restaurant that serves both Japanese and Chinese cuisine in the Orlando area. Located in Lake Nona, this family-friendly establishment will give you a great time and yummy food! Plus, get great deals with the newest edition of Orlando Lately! 


2. Kadence

1809 Winter Park Rd, Orlando, FL 32803



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Kadence is a highly-rated Michelin-star restaurant. The owners originally started their restaurant as a sushi stand named Kappo, here in Orlando. However, they closed Kappo and opened Kadence. This restaurant provides a very intimate dining experience, where a group of 8 will enjoy a multi-course meal chosen by the chef. The dining here is a tasting paired with an assortment of sake. 


3. Seito Sushi

4898 New Broad St. Orlando, FL 32814 (multiple locations) | 407-898-8801 



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Seito Sushi is a part of the Good Salt Restaurant Group, the same group that owns The Osprey, Reyes Mezcaleria, and The Monroe. This restaurant has been serving the Orlando community since 2000. There are 2 locations: Baldwin Park and Sand Lake. At both locations, you will be able to enjoy a vibrant menu of fresh sushi, contemporary Asian cuisine, and Omakase selections. 


4. Dragonfly Robata Grill & Sushi

7972 Via Dellagio Way, Orlando, FL 32819 | 407-370-3359 


Dragonfly Robata Grill & Sushi is a clean and elevated restaurant in every way. This establishment is located near Sand Lake Road. Everything they serve is completely fresh including the fish that is flown in from Japan! Dragonfly Robata has been serving Orlando since 2010. Their authentic and innovative dishes include sushi, sashimi, hosomaki, and maki sushi with the use of robatayaki grill fare. 


5. Kabooki Sushi

3122 E Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32803 (multiple locations) | 407-228-3839 


Kabooki Sushi is a restaurant that specializes in contemporary Japanese cuisine. There are two locations: East Colonial and Sand Lake. Chef Henry Moso is the extraordinaire behind Kabooki Sushi. This restaurant is also mentioned in the Michelin Guide for Orlando. 


6. Sushi Pop

115 E. Lyman Avenue Winter Park, FL 32789 (multiple locations) | 321-203-2282 



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Sushi Pop is a local restaurant that is inspired by Japanese pop culture. There are two locations: Oviedo and Winter Park. Serving seasonal Japanese fare, this restaurant utilizes local and foreign vendors as sources of ingredients. Each meal and drink is crafted to be a work of culinary art, to look visually appealing, and to taste delicious!  


7. Sushi Katana

4192 Conroy Rd Ste 103, Orlando, FL 32839 | 407-345-0055 



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Sushi Katana is an Asian fusion restaurant that serves a variety of dishes including many options for sushi. This restaurant is located across from the Mall at Millenia.  


8. The Cowfish Sushi Burger bar

6000 Universal Blvd Universal City Walk, Orlando, FL 32819 | 407-224-3663 


Located at Universal Orlando’s City Walk is The Cowfish Sushi Burger Bar. At this restaurant, they serve burgers, sushi, Burgushi®, bento boxes, spiked milkshakes, premium sakes, and more! 


9. Soseki Modern Omakase

955 W Fairbanks Ave. Winter Park, FL 32789


Soseki Modern Omakase is a Michelin-star restaurant. At this restaurant, diners will experience an intimate chef’s choice dinner consisting of a multi-course meal. You need a reservation to dine here since there are only 10 people seated at a time for 2 hours. The food served is a modern take on Omakase paired with a curated selection of global sake and wine program to accompany the dishes. 


10. Wa Sushi

924 FL-436, Casselberry, FL 32707 | 407-636-3251 



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Wa Sushi is a local Japanese restaurant. Here they serve classic and fusion cuisine. This restaurant gets its fresh seasonal fish from Japan! 


11. Shin Japanese Cuisine

803 N Orange Ave, Orlando, FL 32801 | 407-648-8000 


Shi Japanese Cuisine is a modern Japanese restaurant. Serving Orlando since 2007, diners can expect authentic Japanese dishes, including delicious sushi with innovative names!  


12. Sushi Tomi

8463 S John Young Pkwy, Orlando, FL 32819 | 407-352-8635 


Sushi Tomi is a family-owned restaurant that serves authentic Japanese cuisine. Their sushi is beautifully plated and delicious.     


13. Morimoto Asia

Disney Springs, 1600 E Buena Vista Dr, Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 | 407-939-6686 



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Morimoto Asia is located at Disney Springs. This restaurant is in collaboration with Chef Masaharu Morimoto, known for his culinary take on Chinese, Japanese, and Korean dishes. Morimoto Asia is two stories tall including lounges, private dining, and a sushi bar located on the second floor. They even offer on-the-go options with street food. 


Final Thoughts 

If you are planning on visiting Orlando, please keep these places in mind! And locals, we recommend you give these sushi establishments a try! Which of these restaurants is your favorite? Let us know what you think! We hope you enjoyed the Best Sushi in Orlando! Enjoy! 


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