The best Sushi restaurants in Brest

Want Sushi and Japanese cuisine? Here are the 6 best Sushi restaurants in Brest, essential addresses for a treat like in Tokyo but in Brest!

Hinoki: The Sushi Artisan par excellence

Master Sushi of Breton origin, Xavier Pensec invites his customers into the astonishing world of the Edomae spirit. Helped by his Japanese wife Mika, Xavier makes artisanal Sushi as beautiful and as delicious as if they came straight from Tokyo: a real visual and culinary shock!

Customer reviews are unanimous: they are full of praise for Xavier and Mika’s cuisine and restaurant!

The menu varies according to the arrival of the fish of the day, according to the fishermen and the Breton auctions. It is for this reason that it is necessary to book at least 24 hours in advance.

The owners also offer cooking classes and products straight from Japan in the restaurant’s small shop.

Open in the evening by reservation only, from Tuesday to Saturday.
Address: 6, rue des Onze Martyrs – 02 98 43 23 68 or 06 64 21 68 46

Osaka: The biggest Japanese restaurant in Brest

Maki, Sushi, Chirashi, Sashimi,… the best of Japanese cuisine can be found at Osaka. With an impressive choice of dishes and very affordable prices, Osaka truly has a foothold in Brest.

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Its positive points are numerous:
– the variety of dishes
– reasonable prices
– free home delivery
– open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner
– its location in the city center
– fresh products
– a pleasant, sober and well-appointed restaurant.

Open 7 days a week, midday and evening (except Monday midday).
Address: 185, rue Jean Jaurès – 02 98 43 05 96

O Nigiri Sushi: Japanese cuisine in Recouvrance

Alain Sirdey, owner and chef of the restaurant, has made many trips to the Land of the Rising Sun to perfect his technique of Sushi and Japanese cuisine in general. Its menu offers a wide choice of Sushi, Maki and Sashimi, but also typical Japanese sandwiches, to be enjoyed especially to take away, but you can also eat on site in the small room provided for this purpose.

Open 7 days a week, midday and evening (except Sunday midday).
Address: 21, rue de la Porte – 06 67 87 32 87

Jimida: Japanese restaurant in Brest

This Japanese restaurant, particularly specialized in Sushi, offers menus and a varied menu and regular promotional offers. The lunch formulas consist of Maki, Sushi, Sashimi, accompanied by Miso soup and Japanese salad. But skewers, tempuras, and other Japanese specialties are also on the restaurant menu.

In the evening, the formulas are much more varied with, among others, mixed menus, boat menus, Chirashi menus, etc.

The Sushis of the Jimida restaurant are of high quality, elaborated with care, and at very affordable prices.

Open 7 days a week, midday and evening (except Sunday and Monday midday).
Address: 5, rue Louis Pasteur – 02 98 83 95 53

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Eat Sushi Brest: The chain of Japanese restaurants specializing in Sushi, Maki and Yakitori

As part of this very well-known and renowned chain of restaurants throughout France, Eat Sushi Brest is no exception to the rule!

Classic Sushi, Sashimi, Roll, Maki, Chirashi, etc. and many other Japanese treats are offered in incredible and sometimes unusual, but always delicious, variations.
Unbeatable prices for impeccable quality, free home delivery, are the main assets of this restaurant.

Open 7 days a week, midday and evening (except Sunday midday).
Address: 17 Siam Street – 02 98 80 36 65

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