Shiro's Sushi Restaurant

The 1st "Edomae" Sushi Restaurant in Seattle

Dine-in M-Su 4:30PM – 9:15PM (Last Order 9:45PM)
Takeout 5:00PM-8:30PM
We are open 7 days a week !

Enjoy our chef's Omakase experience in a relaxed, traditional atmosphere at a table or the sushi bar, whichever prefer.

DINING MENU | SUSHI PLATTER -AVAILABLE FOR TAKEOUT ONLY

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Traditional Sushi, Pacific Northwest Style

“Edomae”

In its original translation, Edomae – “Edo”, the old name for Tokyo, and “Mae”, meaning front, referred to the fish caught in Tokyo Bay. Today the meaning refers to the traditional Tokyo way of preparing sushi but using fish from area waters. While the seafood found in Tokyo Bay is different than that in the Puget Sound and surrounding waters, they are similarly bound by the environmental elements of ocean, land, and mountains.

About Shiro’s

Shiro's Menu

Shiro’s Menu

The Freshest Seasonal Ingredients

Shiro’s Menu

At Shiro’s Sushi we bring you the freshest, best quality seafood that is available from local and international waters. Whether you are seated at our acclaimed sushi bar or at one of our restaurant tables, our chefs look forward to creating your memorable meal.

DINING MENU

For dining guests, we only offer a set course menu. Please be aware we do not offer a la carte ordering. Our dining room has two different seating types, Sushi bar and Dining table.
We request all guests order this course menu according to each seating type.

For Dining Table guests

Chef’s choice sushi course

includes: 19 pieces of seasonal Nigiri sushi served as 5 courses
$85 per guest

For Sushi Bar guests

Shiro’s Omakase

includes: 4 appetizer plates and 15 pieces of seasonal Nigiri sushi served by chefs
$140 per guest

*Appetizers, desserts and beverages are available as add-ons to the course.
*We can accommodate some dietary restrictions, but we do not have a vegetarian offering.

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Shiro’s Sushi Restaurant

The Zagat Review 2017

Food 4.7
Service 4.4

For a real “treat”, sit at the bar at this Belltown Japanese Restaurant and let the “masters” decide your meal for you – the omakase is “perfect”; it’s “slightly pricey”, and waits are “long” (reservations are “essential”), but you’ll be “dreaming of it until you come back.”

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