Best Sushi Restaurants in Newcastle

Best Sushi Restaurants in Newcastle
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Below is a list of the top and leading Sushi Restaurants in Newcastle. To help you find the best Sushi Restaurants located near you in Newcastle, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

Newcastle’s Best Sushi Restaurants:

The top rated Sushi Restaurants in Newcastle are:

  • Nagisa
  • Asa-don
  • Sushi Bay

Nagisa

Nagisa
Nagisa. Source: Screenshot from www.nagisa.com.au

Nagisa Japanese Restaurant stands at the crossroads of histories, cultures and sensual experiences. There, customers can experience the delightful fusion of traditional Japanese food with modern attitude in a beautiful environment.

At the Honeysuckle Precinct of Newcastle, a modern take on a rich history of cuisine in a restaurant that also brings customers the exotic mix of the teppanyaki bar, fresh sushi and sashimi, rare Japanese craft beers, sake and whisky, banquets, degustation menus and a venue for group functions.

Products/Services:

Lunch, Dinner, Sushi Sashimi, Desserts, Banquets, Teppanyaki Bar, Japanese Craft Beer, Wine, Sake, Drinks, Cocktails, Functions

LOCATION:

Address: N2/1 Honeysuckle Dr, Newcastle NSW 2300
Phone: (02) 4929 4122
Website: www.nagisa.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Great food. Top quality. Great service. Great atmosphere.” – Alex Webb

Asa-don

Asa-don
Asa-don. Source: Screenshot from www.asa-don.com.au

Asa-Don is a Japanese eatery, providing customers with a taste of traditional, homely meal. Asa-Don is a small team of passionate food lovers lead by Asako Dalby, there to spread the experience of home-made Japanese way of eating.

In an insane, fast-paced country like Japan, a quick meal for them is a great meal. Customers will often find cosy hole-in-a-wall style of diners in the back streets of a busy town. They will pull up a stool in a basic table setting and order up a staple meal (staple for Japan, of course). There, customers are guaranteed freshness, consistency, and above all, authenticity. Asa-Don has gathered credibility over the years, through Asako’s simple salute to top quality, yet humble approach to cooking.

As Asa-Don is mainly a take-away outlet, seating is quite limited, indoor and in a small courtyard. They encourage customers to dine as early as possible in the evening, as they close at 8 PM during the week and 9 PM on Saturdays.

Products/Services:

Rice Dishes, Noodle Dishes, Side Dishes, Sushi

LOCATION:

Address: 179 King St, Newcastle NSW 2300
Phone: (02) 4929 1035
Website: www.asa-don.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Amazing, delicious food for good cost and friendly staff. Tempura was so fresh and not oily, and all the dishes were steaming hot. Would 100% recommend!” – Grace Kim

Sushi Bay

Sushi Bay
Sushi Bay. Source: Screenshot from www.sushibay.com.au

Sushi Bay started its operations in 2004 and has since developed to become an experienced brand in a number of key locations nationwide. They aspire to operate with integrity and maintaining customer trust is one of their priorities.

With a focus on outstanding food quality, service standard and expertise they will continue to develop new menus to satisfy their customers.

At Sushi Bay, customers can enjoy in their favourites from their wide selections of sushi and a la carte menu.

Products/Services:

Sushi, Sashimi, Hot Food, Party Platter

LOCATION:

Address: Shop L1/1030 Pearson St, Charlestown NSW 2290
Phone: (02) 4009 1433
Website: www.sushibay.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Great sushi at reasonable prices. Expect to pay around $4.00 to $4.50 per plate. There were three of us and we ate well for $60.00. Would definately recommend for singles, couples and families with good seating options. Drink prices are a little more expensive but there is a good selection if required. You would need to park in Charleston Town Square if coming by car but if your local you can walk. Overall a good option for a relatively cheap sushi meal.” – Ben Williams

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