Baltimore, MD

Must-try sushi restaurants in Baltimore

Kaleah Mcilwain

Baltimore is known for its blue crabs and crab cakes, but the city has plenty more to offer. There is a wide selection of restaurants serving cuisine from all around the world.

Whether you’re craving Indian, Greek, or Japanese, there are many must-try restaurants in Baltimore and it may come as a surprise that among those must-try places are sushi restaurants.

There are plenty of must-try sushi restaurants in Baltimore and we’ve put together a list of them for you.

Kona Grill $$

Location: 1 E. Pratt St. Bldg #103

What to try on the menu: Bama or the Peppered Tuna Tataki specialty rolls.

Kiki Sushi $$

Location: 1017 Light St.

What to try on the menu: Signature Maryland Japanese burrito and a Kobe Roll.

Azumi $$$

Location: Four Seasons Hotel, 725 Aliceanna St.

What to try on the menu: Dynamite Hand Roll and the Flaming King Crab Roll.

Chiyo Sushi $$

Location: 1619 Sulgrave Ave.

What to try on the menu: Not Easy Roll and the Champion Roll.

Yama Sushi Bar $$

Location: 1030 W. 41 Street Suite F1 (In the New Giant Shopping Center, next to Rite Aid)

What to try on the menu: New Yama specialty roll or the Red Devil roll if you’re looking for something spicy.

Katana $$

Location: 845 S. Montford Ave.

What to try on the menu: Try the chef’s special rolls American Dream or Bang Bang Fatty Toro.

Naked Grill Sushi and Yakitora $$

Location: 2748 Lighthouse Point East

What to try on the menu: Cinderella Roll or the Black Eye Suzy Roll.

Ra Sushi Bar Restaurant $$

Location: 1390 Lancaster St.

What to try on the menu: Lobster Filet Mignon Roll or the Viva Las Vegas Roll

Nanami Cafe $$

Location: 907 S. Ann St.

What to try on the menu: Chef’s sushi and sashimi boat or the Spicy Roll combination.

Brothers Sushi $$

Location: 1035 S. Charles St.

What to try on the menu: Federal Hill Roll or the Kiss of Fire special roll.

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