The Complete Guide to New Haven Sushi

 1.  Kumo Hibachi Steak House


Where is it? 7 Elm Street, close to the New Haven City Hall

Kumo Hibachi Steakhouse prides themselves in their great food and quality service. They offer sashimi, sushi rolls, as well as a hibachi dinner menu that includes a choice of grilled filet mignon, seafood or vegetables served with starter, soup and rice.

Any promotion? 50% off any sushi, sashimi or roll (Mon-Sat 4:30 PM – 10:30 PM, Sunday all day)

Website: http://www.kumohibachisteakhouse.com


2.  Miso Japanese Restaurant


Where is it? 15 Orange Street

Voted “The best sushi in Connecticut” by Connecticut Magazine, Miso is a modern green restaurant situated in a historic building, 2 blocks away from campus. Here you can find nigiri sushi and sashimi a la carte along with 32 different kinds of rolls. Lunch specials include a main dish served with miso soup and rice starting from $10.

Website: http://www.misorestaurant.com


3.  Sushi on Chapel


Where is it? 1022 Chapel Street (between Union League and Claire’s)

Right across the street from Old Campus, Sushi on Chapel distinguishes itself with its “Love for two”, a combo of sushi, sashimi and four kinds of rolls. Their Sushi on Chapel Udon is also a huge favorite in winter with shrimp tempuras, seafood, vegetables and traditional Japanese noodles.

Website: http://www.sushionchapel.com


4.  Anaya Sushi


Where is it? 1150 Chapel Street (Next to Hull’s)

Anaya Sushi came to New Haven this January. Since then, it has received much attention for the $21 “All you can eat”. Anaya’s regular menu includes sushi, sashimi, rolls, noodles, rice bowls and a variety of appetizers such as chicken gyozas (fried dumplings with chicken stuffing). Online ordering is also offered with a 10% discount.

Any promotion? 10% off if you follow Anaya sushi on facebook, instagram or twitter.

Website: http://anayasushi.us


5.  Sushi Mizu


Where is it? 47 Whalley Avenue (near Popeyes)

Sushi mizu is known for free delivery and quick service at the restaurant. They have over 30 kinds of rolls and 13 combinations of sushi and sashimi. You can also order fried rice on the side.

Website: http://www.sushimizunewhaven.com


6.  Miya’s


Where is it? 68 Howe Street (1 block away from Pierson College)

Welcome to the birthplace of sustainable sushi. Miya’s adds a special twist to traditional Japanese sushi by using only seafood that is locally available. There are a lot of unexpected ingredients on their menu such as brie cheese, apricot and salmon skin. They also offer a late night discount for beer, cocktails, and wine.

Website: http://www.miyassushi.com