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Said by many to be the best Japanese restaurant in Munich, Toshi is certainly a stand out. It serves fresh sushi and sashimi and for prices that won't send you running. Their rolls are delicious, so are the soup and desserts. There are more substantial entrees available, including a sirloin wagyu steak and assorted sushi created specially by the chef. The restaurant also serves a selection of hot and cold sakes, all of which will accompany your meal perfectly. Reservations are highly recommended.
Authentic Japanese cuisine at reasonable rates, makes Kitcho popular among locals and visitors to Munich. Staying true to traditional recipes, this place offers a delightful variety in sushi dishes. Choose from Maki-Sushi (roll), Uramaki-Sushi (reverse roll), Nigiri-Sushi (rice ball topped with spiced fish), Sashimi (sliced fish strips) and Temaki (handmade roll wrapped in seaweed). A variety of sake and shochu (Japanese liquors) are available to make it a complete traditional meal.
A well-established Japanese restaurant with striking wooden interiors, Shoya serves not only trendy sushi, but also many other specialties from the Land of the Rising Sun. Golden tempura is a popular favorite, while main courses and an interesting set meal should leave everyone satisfied. A low-priced business lunch is perfect for those on the go.
Dine amidst origami decorations at Munich's most loved and widely recognized restaurants of all time- Emiko Restaurant & Bar. The food is Japanese and reflects the philosophy of the ingenious chefs. Here one is escorted by the immensely friendly staff and then made to seat at lavish tables. The sharing platters are great for getting a taste of the entire menu. Try the Hotate No Yakimono, Softshell No Harumaki and Wagyu No Tataki. the creations are exquisite and highly recommended by all who visit here. Dine here and be a part of this legendary restaurant.
Tastes that will awaken your taste buds to the rich flavors of Japanese cuisine, is what you can expect as you walk in through the doors of Haguruma. The menu features an extensive variety of sushi, shaubushabu (meat and vegetables cooked dipped in hot pot), udon (boiled rice with flavored toppings) and yakiniku (barbecue dishes). On Sundays, this place opens its doors to conduct classes, wherein visitors can learn to make their own Japanese fare. Haguruma is one place in Munich, where you are ensured to get your penny's worth for an authentic meal.
For many years, this trendy sushi bar had just one branch in Haidhausen, but since another branch opened near the university, it's busier than ever! Regular Japanese food is of course available, but what makes this place special is the fresh sushi and sashimi. With an open kitchen, you can even watch the Japanese cooks preparing your food! The tasty side dishes are available in different combinations at a particular rate, or à la carte.
One of the best Japanese restaurants in Munich, SUSHIYA sansaro serves up some delicious sushi. Located at the intersection of Munich's student area and the upscale Schwabing, this restaurant incorporates elements from these parts, adding to the mix an authentic Japanese feel. The sushi is nothing less than absolutely fresh, a fact the very first bite will confirm, and you can enjoy it on the lovely outdoor patio, sheltered from the sounds of the busy area.
Nomiya is one of the best Sushi bars located in the city. The traditional Japanese environs go well with the authentic Japanese menu. The seating is comfortable and you can sit around for hours without wanting to leave! The restaurant's specialty, as the name suggests, is sushi and a visit to the restaurant will be like a journey to the East. If you are a food lover, you will definitely like Pickled Radish with cucumbers or the Ramen Noodle Soup. You can gulp this down with some Hakushika Rice Wein. Check out the website for detailed information.
A wonderful Japanese dining experience awaits all the diners at Kaito. From authentic Japanese cuisine to dining on tatami mats, this restaurant only aims to please. Feast on a menu of sushi, sashimi, tempura, miso soup, teriyaki preparations and traditional noodles: soba and udon. If visiting in a group, do call for a platter, when you and your friends can enjoy an assortment of delights. Accompany your food with sake or shochu, wine made from rice. Give your meal a sweet finish with their highly recommended Maacha Ice (green tea ice cream).
To sample some of the best sushi in Munich come down to this small restaurant tucked between Haidhausen and Bogenhausen. Since opening its doors in 1999, Sushi Cent has become a neighborhood place known not just for the food but also the traditional atmosphere and friendly service. And if you're visiting for the first-time then you must definitely go for the assorted plates which come with atleast six variants of Maki and Nigiri rolls along with Sake. Other dishes like Pho Bo, Chicken Curry and Ente Donburi are also offered on the a la carte menu. Take-away is also available.
A Japanese restaurant that celebrates Ramen, Takumi offers a chance to take a culinary break from the rich meaty Bavarian food. Delicious Japanese specialties like Miso Ramen are served here with sides such as fried dumplings. Along with a filling meal, the restaurant also offers a selection of Japanese beers. If you are hoping to taste a bit of Tokyo in Munich, this is the restaurant for you. Visit their website for more details.