It's hard to believe that this little corner eatery serves some of Seattle's best sushi. But then, considering chef Shiro Kashiba's formidable ... More
Shiro's Sushi Restaurant
It's hard to believe that this little corner eatery serves some of Seattle's best sushi. But then, considering chef Shiro Kashiba's formidable reputation (he's served Japanese delegates and ministers), it's not really surprising. Starting off in the city with the now hugely popular Nikko restaurant, he installed himself and his considerable talents in this simple but elegant Belltown storefront in 1994. Turning out crisp cuts of fish and hand rolls with as much flourish as food, Shiro's is renowned for innovative adaptations of local seafood in sushi. The chef's-choice Sushi Dinner covers the basics but it's also rewarding to sample from the sushi list. The restaurant serves sake, beer and wine.
Shiros was a favorite of mine when I lived in Seattle. Small, quaint, good service and authentic. The serving sizes were average, but the quality of fish high. A little spendy, but worth the price (and the wait).
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