Below is a list of the top and leading Sushi Restaurants in Gold Coast. To help you find the best Sushi Restaurants located near you in Gold Coast, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Gold Coast’s Best Sushi Restaurants:
The top rated Sushi Restaurants in Gold Coast are:
- Kiyomi Japanese Restaurant
- Etsu Izakaya
- Itoshin Japanese Restaurant
Kiyomi Japanese Restaurant
Kiyomi Japanese Restaurant serves mouth-watering sashimi, indulgent foie gras and freshly shaken cocktails. With a menu created by imaginative Executive Head Chef Chase Kojima, Kiyomi gives diners a contemporary, yet authentic taste of Tokyo without the long haul flight. As customers explore the innovative dishes and decadent drinks on offer, they will quickly see why Kiyomi has earned its reputation as one of the Gold Coast’s most talked about restaurants.
Sashimi & Raw, Caviar, Mixed Sashimi Platters, Izayaka, Tempura, Binchotan, Salad & Soup, Sushi – Kiyome Style, Roll – Kiyomi Style, Set Menu, Dessert
“The Sushi at Kiyomi would have to be the best we have tasted. This restaurant is a must to try for Sushi & Japanese food lovers! Great atmosphere, excellent service & food to love. We have been several times & can never wait to go back! Bookings generally required as they are often booked out. But you can always ask for a bar table. Visited this restaurant as we always do for my partners birthday special restaurant for a special occasion the food is unbelievable the artistry of presentation is extreme we love it.” – Angie Westfield
Etsu Izakaya is a contemporary Japanese izakaya style dining. Their dishes are designed to be shared and served steadily during the course of the evening. Customers can order again and again, share with every friends or they can come by themselves and sit at their dining bar. Customers can choose from their delicious sushi and sashimi, tempura dishes, salads and teriyaki from their kitchen, and their meat and seafood from their Robata grills.
Raw Bar, Sushi Maki, Robata Grill, Small Things, Tempura, Salads & Sides, Bigger Bits & Pieces, Premium Stake Selection, Omakase Menus
“Menu was very interesting and the food was delicious, especially the sushi. The staff were very helpful with dietary restrictions and efficient. It was packed on a Tuesday night so definitely make reservations. Will be back.” – Aislen Tom
Itoshin Japanese Restaurant
Itoshin Japanese Restaurant is an authentic Japanese restaurant established in Australia by founder Shinjiro “Shin” Ito in Miami, Gold Coast in year 1988. The original “Itoshin” dates back to 1978 in Kyoto as Izakaya, (Japanese Pub) a tiny 14 seat sit up bar, with all cooking done right in front for real live experience.
Word of mouth soon raised itself and before long the restaurant regained it’s reputation and long term customers returned to enjoy the cuisine of “Itoshin”. Shin’s father retired (well so he says) in 2017. My mum, Tomi stills is involved in the business. Shin, as the first born son of the family have taken over their Dads legacy at Mermaid Beach, facing challenges to maintain the tradition and reputation while also coming up with something new.
Now, Shin’s brother branched off and being an owner chef in Miami, he operates a small cosy relaxing venue called “Little Itoshin” even though he is much taller than Shin. He remember the words told by his dad years and years ago that he wanted to introduce Japanese food to local Aussies. That’s why their restaurant is hidden away from everyone.
The Itoshin Banquet, Essential Itoshin Banquet, Value Itoshin Banquet, Boat And Teriyaki Banquet, Couple’s Banquet, Set Menu, Hot Pot, Ala Carte, Tempura, Teriyaki, Japanese Panko Crumb, Sautéed, Salad, Sushi And Sashimi Boat, Sushi Menu Nigiri, Aburi (Seared By Blowtorch), Omakase Nigiri, Omakase Sushi, Thin Roll(Cut Into 6 Pieces), Spicy Roll(Cut Into 8 Pieces), Thick Roll(Cut Into 4/8 Pieces Of Your Choice)
“Never had a bad experience in the 10 years we’ve been going to intoshin. The service & food is exceptional every time & I love this restaurant. My favourite on the coast. Highly recommend. It isn’t cheap but it’s worth every penny.” – Alyssa Jones
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