Weteringschans 76 (624 46 72).
Not strictly a sushi bar, An is a small Japanese restaurant, elegant and unpretentious. Though the chef is Japanese the staff certainly is not, but the sushi is fresh and the tempuras are lovely. Excellent value for money. An also offers a take away service and traditional lunchboxes.
Open 6pm-10pm. Closed Sun, Mon.
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Jekerstraat 114 (662 56 41).
For the best sushi in town visit this authentic sushi bar, popular with Japanese businessmen staying in the nearby Okura hotel. Sit at the bar, sip hot sake and watch the cook perform his magic. Kaiko is very popular and not very large, so make your reservations well ahead.
Open 6pm-11pm. Closed Thu, Sun.
[5 reviews, avg 9/10]
Spui 15 (489 79 18).
All-in-one in this huge restaurant; sushi bar, teppanyaki tables and traditional Japanese cuisine. This mix-and-match of styles in a place this size can get a bit confusing, but the cooking is decent and the prices are moderate.
Open daily 12am-11pm.
[11 reviews, avg 5/10]
Ferdinand Bolstraat 333 (678 83 51).
This Michelin-starred restaurant located on the ground floor of the Okura Hotel is the pinnacle in Japanese cooking in Amsterdam, and probably the whole country. True to form Yamazato is decorated in authentic Sukiya style, the waitresses are clad in traditional kimono's, and the restaurant has beautiful views of the Japanese garden. Extensive menu with a dazzling array of traditional dishes and menu's. There's also a - usually packed - sushi bar. Make reservations, and bring a fat wallet.
Kitchen open 5.30pm-11pm, lunch 12am-2pm.
[2 reviews, avg 7/10]
Amstel 20 (330 68 82).
Hypermodern sushi conveyor bar, on the banks of the river Amstel close to Rembrandtplein. Zushi has a sober interior, with purple and lime overtones. The menu is strictly sushi, with 84 different sushis to choose from. Nice river view.
Open daily 12am-12pm.
[19 reviews, avg 5/10]
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