The motto here should be Nashville's best kept sushi secret. It seems most people have never heard of Samurai, which is difficult to believe given the ... More
The motto here should be Nashville's best kept sushi secret. It seems most people have never heard of Samurai, which is difficult to believe given the quality of food served here. Nevertheless, thanks to their oversight, you can always find a table in this little eatery. The sushi is very good, served in traditional and not-so-traditional varieties. A nod to Nashville is the Nashville Roll, which blends crab and smoked salmon with avocado. Those who don't like sushi will appreciate the chicken and beef teriyaki selections.
This is the best sushi restaurant in Nashville, in my opinion. I've been eating here for years and not only is the sushi AMAZING, the owner (Mr. Choo) also never ceases to amaze me. He always remembers me, even if it's been months since I've eaten there. He goes above and beyond to let you know that he really appreciates your business. When the jewlery store next door closed, he grabed it and expanded the restaurant; so now you never have to wait for a table. I think he is about to expand their hours as well.
Samurai is AMAZING and has the most varied and creative flavor combinations I have had the pleasure of experiencing. Thankfully the restaurant has expanded and it is no longer so difficult to get a seat (and you can actually turn around in the new bathrooms)!
Sadly, my husband and I have relocated to AZ and we have not been able to find a sushi restaurant that even compares to Samurai. The owner is an absolute genius and if you haven't eaten here you absolutely need to! It doesn't get any better!
best sushi in town! great prices, excellent FRESH sushi! for those beginners choose the buritto roll or the catapillar roll. if you like spicy tuna, this is your place! ive had nearly everything on the menu, youre MISSING OUT if you havent visited this hole in the wall. saki bombs?? go kirin, i believe theyre 20oz?? nearly twice the beer for the same price as other places around the city. and if youre looking for some fun nearby after dinner hit up the hookah bar (alladin's) across the street. either way when it comes to samurai, YOURE GONNA LOVE THIS PLACE!
I've been to many Sushi bars in Nashville but I haven't found one that beats Samurai. Their unique rolls are uncomparable. I would recommend the Hawaii rolls. I've never tasted Sushi like this before anywhere else.
We have been eating here since Choo took ownership.....it is definitely the best and most creative sushi to be found in this town! Very kid friendly too! They will make custom rolls for the more squeamish younger customers. Don't miss this one!
I don't understand how a land locked place like Nashville can have such an amazing sushi resturaunt,
I prefer the sushi rolls here over nobu in London. Inexpensive, and great quality, definately recommended.
This small cozy restaurant is one of my faviorite places in Nashville.
I am a little bit finicky about sushi since I am Japanese. Many Japanese restaurants in US are owned and operated by Korean, not Japanese, and they sometimes serve terrible foods. Samurai is also operated by Korean, but it is perfectly OK because their rolls are so great!! I also like Ken's sushi near from Samurai, but regarding rolls, I think Samurai is better.
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