The best accessible sushi restaurants in Milan (according to me)
If you often consult this blog it is because you love Japanese cuisine of course and, among the specialties that you certainly most prefer, sushi stands out.
In recent years, Milan has been the protagonist of a real boom in sushi: from all you can eat chains to those offered à la carte, there is truly spoiled for choice. As you well know, I am a huge fan of sushi and already in another article I had listed the best Japanese restaurants in Milan (according to me), among which you can find the best sushi in the city.
Sure, high-quality sushi translates into sizeable budgets. But there are places with cheap formulas: here are the best accessible sushi restaurants in Milan!
Brigitte Sushi Corner (CLOSED)
Brigitte Sushi Corner is a small family-run Japanese restaurant in the heart of Isola area. Here you can enjoy a simple, homemade and genuine sushi at an honest price for both lunch and dinner, even opting for sophisticated fish cuts such as tuna belly or blue fish.
Sashimi misto: 18 euro
Sushi misto: 20 euro
Elegant Kappou Ninomiya restaurant stands out for the accuracy and refinement of traditional recipes. If at dinner the proposed menu is varied, refined and exquisite, at lunch the choice is limited but definitely more accessible: sushi, sashimi and the legendary jubako kaisen (wooden box containing the incomparable cirashi sushi - also in the unagi don version) they are in fact offered in a set version at a decidedly advantageous price and including tsukemono, a side (almost always Japanese potato salad) and miso soup.
To try sitting at the counter, of course.
Jubako kaisen: 25 euro
Jubako kaisen special: 35 euro
Jubako unagi: 35 euro
Sashimi misto: 30 euro
Sushi misto: 20 euro
Omacase sushiteca is a small restaurant with a rustic and homely air in the Porta Genova area. Here you can find good sushi at an honest price for both lunch and dinner.
Try the barachirashi (mixed or special, the latter rich in salmon roe) also in the unagi version or with fish cooked in the oven.
Sushi misto: 22 euro
Sushi omacase: 28 euro
Sashimi misto: 22 euro
Sushi sashimi misto: 28 euro
Barachirashi misto: 22 euro
Barachirashi special: 28 euro
Barachirashi al forno: 22 euro
Barachirashi unagi: 26 euro
Osaka restaurant boasts a long tradition in Milan thanks to a solid and characteristic traditional cuisine offered. If the menu is demanding at dinner, at lunch you can choose from rich and accessible menus that also include sushi and sashimi (including miso soup and a small side, such as Japanese potato salad). An excellent opportunity to treat yourself to a cuddle at the counter, while the itamae dishes the individual nigiri.
Sushi e sashimi: 25 euro
Sushi ume: 25 euro
Chirashi: 22 euro
Poporoya is the local and food historian in the Porta Venezia area, a bit the symbol of Japanese gastronomy in Milan. Famous for sushi but above all for chirashi, this small corner of Osaka, colorful, spartan and noisy, boasts good value for both lunch and dinner for quality, price and abundance.
Chirashi: 17,50 euro
Sashimi: 19 euro
Sushi: 17,50 euro
Tomoyoshi Endo represents another milestone of traditional Japanese cuisine in Milan. Although the prices are expensive for dinner, for lunch there are very good sets including miso soup, tsukemono and side.
Sushi misto: 18 euro
Sushi misto con pesce pregiato: 24 euro
Sashimi: 18 euro
J's Hiro is a small, homely and welcoming restaurant in the Bocconi area. For lunch it offers a very interesting bento menu which includes miso sauce and side.
Sushi: 11 euro
Maki bento: 11 euro
Sashimi: 13 euro
Sushi sashimi: 13 euro
Sushi sashimi speciale: 20 euro
Makunouchi: 13 euro
Miyabi restaurant boasts a truly strategic position (it is located close to Piazza San Babila) and, despite this, it offers a menu at a very competitive price for both lunch and dinner.
Sushi misto / Sashimi misto: 16 euro
Sushi maxi / Sashimi maxi: 26 euro
Sushi sashimi: 16 euro
Sushi sashimi maxi: 26 euro
Cirashi misto: 16 euro
Bara chirashi: 18 euro
Elegant restaurant in Porta Romana area, famous for its many interpretations in a very expensive Nikkei key. Fortunately, Yuzu offers a very convenient card for lunch. In fact, you can choose from numerous menus including omakase, omusume bento box, sushi, sashimi, cirashi, salad, noodles or rice. All include miso soup and salad.
Omakase tempura mista e sushi / Omakase udon e sushi misto: 22 euro
Bento box tonno / Bento box manzo: 20 euro
Bento box salmone / Bento box pollo: 18 euro
Menù sushi misto: 24 euro
Menù sushi sashimi: 25 euro
Menù chirashi misto: 20 euro
Menù chirashi anguilla: 20 euro