The Sushi World Guide - for Restaurants outside Japan.




Currently listed: 31 Restaurants in
Amsterdam, Netherlands/Niederlande.

Otaru Akitsu Café Sem
Edo Fuji Sushi Go Sushi
Japan Inn Japans Delicatessenhuis Zen Japans Restaurant An (former 'Japans Eethuis An')
Kaiko Kei Kobe house
Kushi-Tei Morita-Ya Moshi Moshi
NoSushi Sapporo Sazanka & Yamazato
Shabu Shabu Shinto Shizen CLOSED !
Sushi Kings Sushi Time WTC Tempura
Teppan yaki Hosokawa Tokyo Cafe Tomo Sushi
Umeno Yoichi ZENTO CLOSED !
Zushi Sushi

Otaru

Name: Otaru
Address:Frans Halsstraat 2, 1072 BR Amsterdam
Phone:612-5132
Fax:612-5132
Review:" "

Amsterdam



Akitsu

Name:Akitsu
Address:Rozengracht 228-230, Amsterdam
Phone:625 3254
Review:"Tatamirooms, Sashimi and Tempura in fine quality."

Amsterdam



Café Sem

Name:Café Sem
Address:Stadionplein 5, Amsterdam
Opened:5pm-2am
Review:"European bar with a Japanese Style Izakaya touch. Small menu but high quality. "
- Y.K.Ma (yko.ma@planet.nl) [February 25th 2001]

Amsterdam



Edo

Name:Edo
Address:Dam 9, Amsterdam
Phone:554 6096
Review:"Part of the Hotel Krasnapolski. Basically a Teppan-Yaki Restaurant it also offers Sushi and sashimi in good quality."

Amsterdam



Fuji Sushi

Name:Fuji Sushi
Address:Van Woustraat 185, Amsterdam
Phone:(0)20 4703304
Opened:Daily: 4pm - 10 pm
Reviews:" "
- Sonja Tiebor (stiebor@netscape.net) [April 3rd 2003]
"Friendly and accomodating staff and fresh, good-sized sushi - they sure don't skimp on their ingredients! What blew me away were their Thai dishes - I had this gorgeous spicy kingprawn dish and was a sucker for their tofu saté (crispy on the outside, creamy on the inside together with a killer peanutsauce). Also one of the cleanest restaurants I've come across: sparkly toilets, clean tables and cutlery and a cool atmosphere. Great combination restaurant: go there for the fresh and generous-sized sushi and try one of their Thai specialties to fill your stomach. "
- Merle [June 17th 2005]
"Now has a different name (a Thai name I can't remember). The restaurant still serves good-sized sushi though, which I thought was of fine quality especially for the prizes. The place has a bit of a take-away feel and a definite minus is that it has no license to serve alcohol. "
- Anne Meuwese [March 31st 2006]

Amsterdam



Go Sushi

Name:Go Sushi
Address:Johannes Verhulststraat 35, 1071 MR, Amsterdam/Zuid
Phone:(+31 20) 4710035
Fax:(+31 20) 4710035
Opened:Mon - Wed: Noon - 7 pm, Thu & Fri: Noon - 8 pm (closed on Sat & Sun)
Review:" Very nice fresh sushi, and the Yakitori is mouth watering... We go here for lunch quite often, it's a tiny place with just a few seats, but take away is a good alternative. "
- Sonja Tiebor

Amsterdam



Japan Inn

Name:Japan Inn
Address:Leidsekruisstr 4, Amsterdam
Phone: (020) 620-4989
Reviews:"A horrible experience. The sushi-rice tasted strange, the fish wasn't fresh, the service was lousy, the music was far too loud. I never want to go back there! "
- Sandra Rietveld (san_rietveld@hotmail.com) [June 15th 2001]
"I have lived in Japan and I love Japanese food. I have been to many Japanese restaurants in Amsterdam, but nothing comes close to Japan Inn price and quality wise. The food is good and it is pretty cheap. It is always busy and I would definitely recommend this small Japanese restaurant to everyone. Please do not take any notice to the review above. I have been going there for over 4 years now. It is a great restaurant! "
- A. Fenwick (fenwick22@hotmail.com) [July 3rd 2003]
"Please dont listen to the first comment, they must have got the wrong restaurant! Japan in is one of THE best sushi bars in Amsterdam , and iv seen them all. with food at low prices and alot of it this restaurant is certain to make you coming back for more. "
- James [Oct 25th 2005]

Amsterdam



Japans Delicatessenhuis Zen

Name:Japans Delicatessenhuis Zen
Address:Frans Halsstraat 38, 1072 BS Amsterdam
Phone:+31 (20) 6270607
Fax:+31 (20) 3305905
Opened:Tue - Sat: Noon - 8.00 pm
Review:" I had lunch there a couple of weeks ago with 3 colleagues. Yes, it is very small but we were fortunate enough to be in time to grab a table. We ordered things of our own and stuff to share. I had one Ebikyu hand roll and two deep fried shrimps in Japanese bread crumbs which were delicious! To share we had Tori teriyaki (fried chicken in ripe sweet soy sauce with chicken broth), Tori Karaage (deep fried chicken marinated in soy sauce, sake and ginger) and Ohitashi (blanched spinach with sesame seed). I really loved the authenticity of the whole place; two Japanese women (a small lady doing all the cooking and a girl serving us), the service and of course the excellent food! If you can't get a place to sit and eat, take it home instead. "
- Sonja Tiebor (stiebor@netscape.net) [June 18th 2002]

Amsterdam



Japans Restaurant An (former 'Japans Eethuis An')

Name:Japans Restaurant An (former 'Japans Eethuis An')
Address: Weteringschans 76, 1017 XR Amsterdam
Phone:(+31) 20/624-4672
Opened: Tue - Sat: 6 pm - 10 pm
Reviews:""
- Cynthia Herlaar (cherlaar@worldbank.org / magic@hdh.nl)
"Went there twice in Jan. 97, had 1 sushi meal and 1 tempura meal, and was very pleased with the food and the value for money."
- Adam (ads1@soton.ac.uk) [August 30th 1997]
"Dear sir, thanks for your listings. It´s actually extremely up to date as well. I would like to recommend the restaurant An in Amsterdam. It´s extremely good value for money, nice service, but everyone must know that there is no liquor sold whatsoever. For me the food is the thing to go there. Personally I extremely like the Tempura menu"
- N.L.Slijderink/D.C.Breedveld (n.slijderink@tip.nl) [January 7th 1998]
"Japans Eethuis An is called as of September 4, 2002 'Japans Restaurant An' and they have moved across the street, so please change address. "
- Sonja Tiebor (stiebor@netscape.net) [September 11th 2002]
Link:Restaurant Website

Amsterdam



Kaiko

Name:Kaiko
Address:Jekerstraat 16, Amsterdam
Phone:020/66 25 641
Reviews:"This first rate sushi bar is a rarity in the Netherlands and this one opened in 1989. Immediately popular with locals as well as visiting japanese. Chef Kazuo Kobayashi was a top man in Japan, before he came to Amsterdam. Great sushi and grilled fish."
"Absolutely the best sushi restaurant in the Netherlands!! And I know because I´m an addict!"
- B.F. Huibregtsen (bhuibregtsen@hotmail.com)

Amsterdam



Kei

Name:Kei
Address:Apollolaan 138 (Hilton Hotel), Amsterdam
Phone:678 0780
Review:"All the ingredients for a total jap. dining experience are available here. 2 teppan yaki tables, Sukiyaki, tempura, sashimi, sushi à la carte as well as complete dinners. Great for a romantic dinner as well as business lunch or dinner."

Amsterdam



Kobe house

Name:Kobe house
Address:Nieuwe zijdsvoorburgwal 85, 1012 RE Amsterdam
Phone:+31 20 6226458
Fax:+31 20 6205311
Opened:daily 5.00pm-Midnight
Reviews:"Sushi bar & japanese grill house "
- kenji budiono
"Very good sushi,but expensive. A lot of tourists. Locaed with in one minute from central station."
- Job Sneekes (sushi@job_wie.dds.nl) [February 14th 2001]

Amsterdam



Kushi-Tei

Name:Kushi-Tei of Tokyo
Address:Scheldestraat 1, 1078 GD Amsterdam
Phone:020/67 90 439
Fax:020/67 19 327

Amsterdam



Morita-Ya

Name:Morita-Ya
Address:Zeedijk 18, Amsterdam
Phone:(020) 638-0756
Review:" Small japanese restaurant in 'the hot part of town'. Very payable. I like the self-make Sushi most. "
- Sandra Rietveld (san_rietveld@hotmail.com) [June 15th 2001]

Amsterdam



Moshi Moshi

Name:Moshi Moshi
Address:Leidsekruisstraat 11 near Leidseplein, Amsterdam
Phone:(020) 622-1989
Opened:Daily
Reviews:"Clean smart pleasant restaurant, lots of choice and fresh fish. Yellow tail was lovely. "
- W J Cowie (wjcowie@blueyonder.co.uk) [March 5th 2001]
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Amsterdam



NoSushi

Name:NoSushi
Address:Van Baerlestraat 87,1071 AT Amsterdam
Phone:(020) 672-1234 (delivery 0900-nosushi)
Fax:(020) 470-1333
Opened:Mon-Sat 11 AM - 9 PM, Sun 2 - 8 PM
Review:"Fairly new take-out and delivery shop, also with some nice gifts. Sushi is reasonably priced and presented very neatly and inviting. Nice break from the boring office lunch, but do order in time otherwise it can take a little while. "
- Sonja T. (stiebor@netscape.net) [Dec 28th 2005]
Link:Restaurant Website

Amsterdam



Sapporo

Name:Sapporo Teppanyaki & Sushibar
Address:Scheldestraat 99,Amsterdam
Phone: +31-(0)20-4710039
Fax: +31-(0)20-4711407
Opened: Tue-Fri: Noon-2pm,5pm-11pm, Sat,Sun: 5pm-11pm, Mondays closed
Reviews:" "
- Jacky & Ata (Sapporo@Sapporo.nl) [March 21st 2001]
" High quality and reasonably priced Service is personally & friendly. "
- Patrick [April 9th 2001]
Link:Restaurant Website

Amsterdam



Sazanka & Yamazato

Name:Sazanka & Yamazato
Address:Okura Hotel, Ferdinand Bolstraat 333, 1072 LH Amsterdam
Phone:020/678 7111
Fax:020/67 12 344
Opened:noon-2h30 / 6h30-10h30 / closed sundays
Review:"These sister rest. are among the finest. At the Sazanka there is great showman ship by the jap. chefs at the Teppan-yaki tables. At the Yamazato sushi-sashimi is presented artfully. Sukiyaki is great. Tatami rooms are available. Booking essential."

Amsterdam



Shabu Shabu

Name:Shabu Shabu
Address:Ferdinand Bolstraat 18, Amsterdam
Phone:+31 (0)20 662 9996
Opened:12:00 - 22-00
Review:"It's a great restaurant with amazing food. "
- Guido Stoop (guido@iclicks.nl) [jun 2nd 2016]
Link:Website

Amsterdam



Shinto

Name:Shinto
Address:Govert Flinckstraat 153, Amsterdam
Phone:(020) 670-4690
Review:" Opened in may 2003,this small sushi restaurant is already a big success in the very few months it is open. The prices are fair for the excellent quality of food, they also deliver and your food is always fresh! This may mean you have to wait for it a little longer than you'd like, but it's certainly worth it! "
- a happy customer [Oct. 8th 2003]

Amsterdam



Shizen CLOSED !

Name:Shizen CLOSED !
Address:Kerkstraat 148 / Crn. Nieuwe Spiegelstraat, Amsterdam
Phone:622 8627
Review:"This restaurat is a mixture of japanese and macrobiotoc cuisine. Nice starters and tempura for a japanese novice."

Amsterdam



Sushi Kings

Name:Sushi Kings
Address:Cornelis Krusemanstraat 55, Amsterdam-Zuid
Phone:(0900) 123sushi (0900-1237-8744)
Fax:(020) 471-3267
Opened:order 24h, delivered: Mon-Thu: 4pm - 11pm, Fri-Sun: 2pm - 11pm
Review:"Deliery service in Amsterdam, You can order 24hours by telephine, fax and internet. Delivery for more than 31.- NL is free."
Link:Sushi Kings Delivery Page (in dutch)

Amsterdam



Sushi Time WTC

Name:Sushi Time WTC
Address:Strawinskylaan 13, 1077 XW, Amsterdam, Netherland
Phone:020-5753200
Fax:020-5753200
Opened:Tue-Thu noon-3pm Fri noon-8pm
Review:"The best sushi I have ever eaten!! Fresh fish and delicious rice. They also have a take-away and delivery service."
- Mark Kundersma [June 23rd 2000]

Amsterdam



Tempura

Name:Tempura
Address: Plantage Kerklaan 26, Amsterdam
Phone:(0)20 4287132
Opened:Daily
Review:"Also take-away. "
- Sonja Tiebor (stiebor@netscape.net) [April 3rd 2003]

Amsterdam



Teppan yaki Hosokawa

Name:Teppan yaki Hosokawa
Address:Max Euweplein 22, 1017 MB Amsterdam
Phone:020-6388086
Fax:020-6382219
Opened:Dinner: daily, 18h - 24h, the kitchen closed at 23:00; Lunch: Mon - Fri: 12h - 14h30.

Amsterdam



Tokyo Cafe

Name:Tokyo Cafe
Address:Spui 15, Amsterdam
Phone:+31 (0)20-4897918
Fax:+31 (0)20-4897113
Reviews:" "
- Winston (winston@tokyocafe.nl) [July 29th 2004]
"This restaurant is the only -all you can eat- sushi in Amsterdam. You pay 18.90 or 23.90 euro for 2 hours time of great sushi. I like the quality. Maybe is just because they are popular, but the fish is always fresh! Normal prices are cheaper than other places. Great green tea ice cream! :) "
- Cinzia (cinziabe@freemail.it) [April 22nd 2007]
Link:Restaurant Website

Amsterdam



Tomo Sushi

Name:Tomo Sushi
Address:Reguliersdwarsstraat 131, 1017 BL Amsterdam
Phone:(020) 528-5208
Fax:(020) 528-5207

Amsterdam



Umeno

Name:Umeno
Address:Agamemnonstraat 27, Amsterdam
Phone:(020) 676-6089
Opened:Mon-Sat: Noon - 2pm, 6pm-11pm, Closed Sundays
Review:"For me best sushi in Amsterdam- authentic japanese restaurant in quiet part of town! "
- M.Kunstovny (kunstovny@mac.com) [Sept 7th 2004]

Amsterdam



Yoichi

Name:Yoichi
Address:Weteringschans 128, Amsterdam
Phone:(020) 622-6829
Fax:(020) 624-7753
Opened:6pm - 10.30pm
Reviews:"In a traditional amsterdam appartment house there are several rooms on two floors. Great service, superb menu, lots of japanese customers, quite expensive but worth it."
"First Japanese Restaurant in Amsterdam opened in 1972 named Toga. Since 1982 it is called Yoichi. Run by owner Mr. Yoichi Hara who lives in Amsterdam since 1972 and comes from Yokohama. Mr. Yoichi offered us a chopstick course during our dinner. The rooms of the restaurant have extremely high ceilings where some paintjob would help. There are three floors in a former private house with a first floor sushi bar and a secondfloor tatami room (no hole in the floor)with seating for 156 guests. Most waitresses wear kimonos, 60 % of the guests are Japanese. The sushi was a little warm and the rice a bit too sticky, but besides that the quality is great. A little extra at the side: If you reserve a table there will be a 25 cents refund on the table for the call."
- Carsten Kattau (Kattau@usa.net) [January 7th 1998]
"Good value for money. Excellent quality: the food and the service in a beautiful fin de siecle interior. "
- Wouter Meyers (w.meyers@freeler.nl) [January 9th 2003]
"Sadly, last year Mr. Hara Yoichi died of a heart attack and since the the restaurant has changed hands. The food, however is still as good as it used to be. Recommended. "
- Kees Huyser (kees.huyser@nikhef.nl) [February 11th 2003]
Link:Restaurant Website

Amsterdam



ZENTO CLOSED !

Name:ZENTO Sushibar B.V.
Address:Ferdinand Bolstraat 17-19, 1072 LA Amsterdam
Phone:+31 20 4715316
Fax:+31 20 4710016
Opened:Mon-Wed: Noon-11pm, Thu-Sat: Noon-Midnight, Sun: 1pm-11pm
Reviews:"Very trendy restaurant, authentic sushi, conveyor restaurant 60 meters!!! "
- Martijn van Mancius
"Sushi bar with conveyor belt, not mainly sushi but also noodle dishes and yakitori, soups and salads. Architecture is done by Ronald Hooft, he created a maximalistic environment with eye for details."
- Ariane van der Krol
"Very stylish interior design, but not very good sushi. A Japanese friend of mine said it nearly made her cry."
- Anneke (a_bokern@hotmail.com) [August 24th 2000]
"Nice Food, Nice Porcelain, Nice Logo Design and Really Nice Interior. advise: visit! "
- Pieter Klinkenberg (cnb.oriental@wxs.nl) [September 3rd 2000]
"Good quality sushi. Reasonable pieces. Seats of tables in the back too small for European. TOO LOUD music! My reason not to return. "
- Frank Huijsmans [December 28th 2000]

Amsterdam



Zushi Sushi

Name:Zushi Sushi
Address:Amstel 20, 1017 AA, Amsterdam
Phone:(020) 330 6882
Fax:(020) 330 6883
Reviews:"Smallish fairly trendy sushi bar with conveyor belt. Food pleasant and fresh but dependant on businessness (ie more is better) have been several times and always good value. Just past flower market. "
- W J Cowie (wcowie@dial.pipex.com) [January 3oth 2001]
"Excellent !! The food, The atmosphere, Everything about this place is cool. "
- Cormac O'Daly [January 30th 2001]
"I've gotten sick after eating here on two occasions. I wouldn't recommend it. "
- Julie [October 22nd 2002]
"I have been to Zushi Sushi every year since its opening and I have had a pleasant experience each time. Despite the fact that this is a kaitan (conveyor) style sushi bar it is much better than average. The fish is fresh, the prices are reasonable and they are happy to make a temaki (handroll) or any special request should you ask. The sake is exceptionally good, the miso soup is nicely flavored and the service is excellent. "
- Jimmy C. (dupcirc307@hotmail.com) [Nov 23rd 2003]
Link:Restaurant Website

Amsterdam




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