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Opposite the Palace Gardens, Kiraku is one of the first authentic sushi restaurants in The Hague. You are seated at small tables on the floor (but there are also some normal tables), and according to Japanese tradition you take off your shoes when entering. Many people describe Kiraku as the best sushi restaurant in The Hague. Don't forget to make a reservation!
Rabbijn Maarsenplein (hidden behind the Nieuwe Kerk and Chinatown) is home to many restaurants and bars with a mix of different cultures. At Momiji, you can get the most delicious maki and nigiri from the conveyor belt on which the sushi chefs place the freshest sushi. Of course, you can also sit at the 'normal' tables and benches.
At Oni you eat the most delicious authentic Japanese dishes (think perfectly grilled tempura and bento boxes) and delicious fresh sushi. The interior is sleek, modern and minimalistic. Oni does not mean exceptional in Japanese for nothing!
Noh on the Prinsestraat has a sleek, modern interior with a typical Japanese style. A regular customer of the sushi restaurant is the Japanese Embassy in The Hague, for which Noh regularly provides the catering. So the quality of the food will be just fine!
In the traditional Japanese restaurant Benkei in the Hofkwartier not only sushi and sashimi are on the menu, but also many Teppan Yaki dishes. Want to learn how to roll the perfect sushi? You can also follow various (sushi) workshops here!
In the Statenkwartier on 'De Fred' you will find the newest addition Kyatcha. A modern Japanese cuisine, fusion dishes, fresh sushi, delicious cocktails: a great place to discover!
Loved by many people in The Hague: De Sushimeisjes. What started with a passion for sushi has grown into three locations in The Hague (Prins Hendrik, Valkenbos and Kijkduin). The sushi is always more than fresh, because it is prepared when you order it.
Sometimes you just want a lot of choice, then an all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant is perfect! Besides sushi, the menu is often full of tempura, yakitori, grilled meat and fish, vegetable dishes and fried snacks. And a good thing too: when you pay, you won't be faced with a big surprise. In The Hague, there are several all-you-can-eat sushi restaurants: Shabu Shabu (Torenstraat), Dozo Sushi & Grill (Prinsenstraat), Sumo (on Herengracht in the centre and Palacestraat in Scheveningen) and Kyoju (on Plesmanlaan in Ypenburg).
Of course there are more restaurants in The Hague and Scheveningen where you can eat delicious sushi. In the harbour of Scheveningen at fine dining restaurant Catch by Simonis there is besides a lot of fresh fish also a lot of sushi on the menu. The same applies to the other restaurant of Simonis: Encore by Simonis. At the Harbour Club, unlike the name suggests on the Binckhorst, you have a lot of choice of fish, seafood and sushi and a beautiful view over the city!