Sushi Kappo Tamura

Row 1

2968 Eastlake Ave E (at E Allison St)
Seattle, WA 98102
(206) 547-0937
Sushi, Japanese
$ $ $
Mon–Thu: 11:30 AM–2:00 PM Fri: 11:30 AM–2:00 PM Sat: 11:00 AM–2:00 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–2:00 PM

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  • Neah bay idiot fish netsuke - beyond expectations, as well as great chef's choice sashimi. Sake list is wonderfully organized with proper origin indication.
  • The omakase is an experience to be had. Put your trust in Taichi and all will be well.
  • There's a $60 tasting menu that provides a wide-range of tastes and textures and dishes hot, cold and in-between. Nancy Leson has pics and picks.
  • Have the chef's tasting menu.
  • LOVED the Thursday Tonkatsu lunch set. Took me right back to Tokyo. Only on Thursdays and HIGHLY recommend.
  • Go here often. They'll create you a platter of delicious vegan sushi without complaint, and there's a lot of veg*n ippan options too. Love. Drinks are okay
  • The BEST omakase in town.
  • Good, fresh, and expensive sushi. Apps/sharing plates are small, and over-priced.
  • Everything was very tasty and fresh! Service wasn't the best though.
  • One of the best sushi restaurants in the U.S. for dessert, crme brle chestnut and butterscotch is highly recommended...
  • Went because all other sushi bars I tried to get into were booked. I'm glad I did! Friendly and professional service, freshest of sushi and sashimi, tasty cooked foods. I'll be back!!
  • Omakase is the best in Seattle!
  • Let the chef decide.
  • Eric Tanaka, chef of Dahlia Lounge, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Ikura don.
  • pretty good sushi. be warned though, the good (and the omakase in particular) is pricey.
  • I like sitting at the bar and love the chef recommendations. Local Sustainable selection menu is really nice option!
  • Order anything and prepare to be delighted. But come on the weekends for their Japanese style breakfasts and prepare to have your mind blown.
  • The BEST Japanese lunch in town on weekends. Get one of the lunch sets and you won't regret it.
  • Excellent service but pricey
  • Taichi Kitamura is the terrific sushi chef who gave us Chiso and Chiso Kappo (now closed). If those were good restaurants, his Eastlake sushi bar and omakase house is a great one.