Shiro's

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Details
2401 2nd Ave (at Battery St)
Seattle, WA 98121
(206) 443-9844
Sushi, Seafood, Japanese
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 5:30 PM–10:30 PM

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  • Born in Japan's traditional city of Kyoto, Chef Shiro packed his bags as a teenager and trained with the culinary masters on the infamous Ginza in Tokyo.
  • Nobody comes to Shiros for wacky rolls or fusion, or even atmosphere. Shiro Kashibas namesake restaurant remains true to his vision of a traditional Japanese sushi house.
  • Sushi joints are a dime a dozen in this city, but Shiro's will always be at the top of the heap.
  • Go to Shiro's. Sit at the Sushi bar and ask the Sushi chef to serve you Chef's choice until you have had enough. Enjoy!
  • Sushi joints are a dime a dozen in this city, but Shiro's will always be at the top of the heap. Shiro Kashiba trained under master Jiro Ono (of Jiro Dreams of Sushi). [Eater 38 Member]
  • best sushi in Seattle
  • Best sushi of my life, so far. Get the Omakase chef choice menu for a fantastic experience.
  • That's not egg...OMG how can that be egg!
  • only 12 seats at sushi bar! come at 445pm with reservation latest to make sure you save your spot. omakase with shiro is very entertaining. sushi is fresh and quality isn't bad. enjoy your experience
  • How could such an ugly fish produce such gorgeous liver? Who knows? Who cares? Who can forget the pair of monkfish-liver nigiri at Shiro's Sushi?
  • This food is "orgasmic". Best sushi I've ever had!
  • Best sushi experience I have had in my life. It is cheaper than my hometown in California, slices are larger, chefs are friendlier and super fast. A Washington diamond for sure.
  • This place may have sushi yasuda in NY beat. Get the nigiri.
  • I'd highly recommend the Shiro's wrap hand roll!
  • Absolute best Sushi in town!
  • Shiro Kashiba was the first to bring sushi to Seattle (see Maneki in Home-Style Japanese) and arguably the finest, known for turning this regions underwater bounty into pristine sashimi, dazzling in
  • Order the Poke Belltown salad if you like tuna! Yummy!
  • The omakase is an experience. Shiro deconstructs each fish with several cuts of differing fattiness.
  • If you can get the great Shiro to serve your wedding you are one of the luckiest around!
  • Chef Shiro Kashiba trained under the legendary Jiro Ono in Tokyosubject of one of the best food docs ever, Jiro Dreams of Sushiso it's no wonder it offers the best raw fish experience in Seattle.