March 28, 2017

Where to Find the Best Sushi Restaurants in San Antonio

It seems that San Antonio's sushi game is on point right now. From the trendy to authentic, there's a restaurant for every taste. Here are 20 of the bests spots for finding sushi in San Antonio.
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Koi Kawa Japanese Restaurant
4051 Broadway St., (210) 805-8111
The Witte construction is finally complete and the view from Koi Kawa couldn’t be better. Stop in for rolls of their near-perfect chirashi bowls. 
Photo via Instagram, trstza
Koi Kawa Japanese Restaurant
4051 Broadway St., (210) 805-8111
The Witte construction is finally complete and the view from Koi Kawa couldn’t be better. Stop in for rolls of their near-perfect chirashi bowls.
Photo via Instagram, trstza
Suck It The Restaurant
7220 Louis Pasteur Dr #125, (210) 560-2113
Though the restaurant is known for its ramen, the sushi at Suck It is reason enough to visit. Stop in for a eye-catching rolls and loaded bubble tea. 
Photo via Instagram, s.a.foodie
Suck It The Restaurant
7220 Louis Pasteur Dr #125, (210) 560-2113
Though the restaurant is known for its ramen, the sushi at Suck It is reason enough to visit. Stop in for a eye-catching rolls and loaded bubble tea.
Photo via Instagram, s.a.foodie
Botika
The Pearl, 303 Pearl Pkwy #111, (210) 670-7684
Though Botika is so much more than it’s elaborate sushi platters, we can’t help going back for said dishes. Chefs specials change daily so there’s always something new to nosh on. 
Photo via Instagram, botikapearl
Botika
The Pearl, 303 Pearl Pkwy #111, (210) 670-7684
Though Botika is so much more than it’s elaborate sushi platters, we can’t help going back for said dishes. Chefs specials change daily so there’s always something new to nosh on.
Photo via Instagram, botikapearl
Nama Ramen
6565 Babcock Road, (210) 641-2888
Plating is on fleek (are the kids still saying this?) at Nama where sushi platters are decked out with orchids and specialty rolls are worth waiting in line for. 
Photo via Instagram, chynafinest
Nama Ramen
6565 Babcock Road, (210) 641-2888
Plating is on fleek (are the kids still saying this?) at Nama where sushi platters are decked out with orchids and specialty rolls are worth waiting in line for.
Photo via Instagram, chynafinest
Godai’s Sushi Bar & Japanese Restaurant 
11203 West Ave., (210) 348-6781
Goro is the sushi king of San Antonio. You’ll want to stop by during Spurs games for 40 percent off bottles of wine to go with your Spider roll. 
Photo via Instagram, robbiegram
Godai’s Sushi Bar & Japanese Restaurant
11203 West Ave., (210) 348-6781
Goro is the sushi king of San Antonio. You’ll want to stop by during Spurs games for 40 percent off bottles of wine to go with your Spider roll.
Photo via Instagram, robbiegram
Kobe Japanese Steakhouse
1007 NW Loop 410,  (210) 524-9333
From sushi appetizers such as the sashimi sampler to the more committed large sushi boat that docks at $85.95 and can feed the entire family, Kobe’s got you. 
Photo via Instagram, jillivanilli3
Kobe Japanese Steakhouse
1007 NW Loop 410, (210) 524-9333
From sushi appetizers such as the sashimi sampler to the more committed large sushi boat that docks at $85.95 and can feed the entire family, Kobe’s got you.
Photo via Instagram, jillivanilli3
Fujiya Japanese Garden
9030 Wurzbach Road, (210) 615-7553, fujiyajapanesegarden.com
The origami cranes that hang over the sushi bar are all part of the Japanese aesthetic you’ll find at Fujiya. 
Photo via Instagram, jesselizarraras
Fujiya Japanese Garden
9030 Wurzbach Road, (210) 615-7553, fujiyajapanesegarden.com
The origami cranes that hang over the sushi bar are all part of the Japanese aesthetic you’ll find at Fujiya.
Photo via Instagram, jesselizarraras
Piranha Killer Sushi
Quarry Village, 260 E Basse Rd #101, (210) 822-1088
Since opening its SA location in 2012, this sushi eatery has filled the temaki-shaped hole at the Quarry Village. 
Photo via Instagram, marissa_rod22</a
Piranha Killer Sushi
Quarry Village, 260 E Basse Rd #101, (210) 822-1088
Since opening its SA location in 2012, this sushi eatery has filled the temaki-shaped hole at the Quarry Village.
Photo via Instagram, marissa_rod22
Sukeban 1420 S Alamo St., (210) 562-3231
Southtown needed a sushi restaurant and Sukeban answered handsomely with fun rolls and a formidable list of bubbles to pair it with inside a Girl Boss-themed eatery. 
Photo via Instagram, bluestarartscomplex
Sushi Seven
19141 Stone Oak Pkwy #507, (210) 496-7777
An off-shoot of Sushi Zushi, this joint features an all-day happy hour on Sundays with discounts on sushi, beer and sake. 
Photo via Instagram, drinking.in.sa
Sushi Seven
19141 Stone Oak Pkwy #507, (210) 496-7777
An off-shoot of Sushi Zushi, this joint features an all-day happy hour on Sundays with discounts on sushi, beer and sake.
Photo via Instagram, drinking.in.sa