The Very Best Sushi You Can Eat In The U.S.

Morimoto, helmed by Chef Masaharu Morimoto, is not only one of the most visually stunning sushi restaurants in the United States, but also has one of the most creative menus.

1) Mrimoto | Philadelphia

For over 30 years, Sushi Taro has been one of the most highly regarded sushi restaurants in the country. Guests can delight in the flavors of a kaiseki-style chef's tasting or make a reservation at the sushi bar to engage in an omakase with the chefs.

2) Sushi Taro | Washington, DC

Chef Masa Miyake is the driving creative force behind Miyake—a beloved sushi restaurant in Maine's culinary scene. The menu offers small bites, sushi a la carte, and a selection of omakase menus as well as sake pairings.

3) Miyake | Portland

A Los Angeles staple offering classic omakase, Sushi Sasabune hardly even needs a menu. While ordering a la carte is certainly an option, the eight-course Omakase menu is the star of the show.

4) Sushi Sasabune | Los Angeles

With a classic, yet creative menu developed by Chef Kato, Sushi Tsujita offers guests an elegant dining experience. While the omakase meals are pricey, the a la carte menu offers more affordable options and both pair beautifully with beer, wine, and sake.

5) Sushi Tsujita | Los Angeles

Offering an impressive 20-course omakase, O Ya delivers an exquisite dining experience. The menu features both classic and new elements that make the hefty price tag worthwhile.

6) O Ya | Boston

After studying under renowned sushi chef Jiro Ono, Daisuke Nakazawa brought his mastery of the art of sushi making to New York City's West Village in the form of Sushi Nakazawa.

7) Sushi Nazakawa | New York City