3 Unforgettable Local Sushi Restaurants in Ahwatukee
Not every community is lucky enough to have as many restaurants that so consistently set the bar for what you expect in high quality local food. But having several unforgettable sushi restaurants in Ahwatukee alone? Thats just as rare as sashimi. To help you narrow it down, weve brought together a list of our three favorite four-star restaurants that youll have to visit yourself. 1. Pacific Gardens This should be your go-to location whenever youre looking for an informal night out. Offering everything on the menu from gyoza to sushi to pad thai, expertise abounds at an equally affordable price. One of our favorite Google Reviews highlighted both their delicious crunch roll and Mongolian beef. They raved about how kind and attentive the service is, always making sure your tea is hot and full. If youre looking for a more comfortable and cozy fusion option, this is the place for you. 2. Sakana Sushi and Grill If youre looking for a place that serves sushi alongside classic Japanese fare such as teppanyaki in a more streamlined setting, Sakanas your go-to choice. Reviews online highlight how fresh and flavorful each of their combinations are. And their menu is out of this world. From asari clam miso soup, to ahi, ten spice salmon, and traditional sushi rolls, its easy to see what makes Sakana a stand out choice. 3. Sushi Eye From hamachi, to poki salad and tasty udon dishes, Sushi Eye provides a contemporary atmosphere matched with creative raw fish and cooked Japanese classics. From happy hour specials to great service and inventive ideas, its easy to see what makes this such an ideal place for a date. One diner on Google Reviews had this to say: Plan on going there again whenever we're in town as our new sushi place. If out-of-towners loved it, thats a good sign youll probably feel the same. As you make your way around the local sushi tour, be sure to let us know what you think! Whether its sushi, fusion, or anything in between, we always love to hear about your favorite in-town plates. Leave us your reviews and recommendations in the comments below. And if you have any at-home sushi ideas, wed love to hear those, too!