Setting the standard in Saigon sushi
What we say:
With its imposing front facade that strategically has the word "SUSHI" jumping off several bright red signs, The Sushi Bar is tough to miss at the busy intersection of Le Thanh Ton and Ton Duc Thang.
Open since 1999, it's been the standard for sushi in the city for more than 10 years and has built a loyal following of customers who come back for the consistently fresh and tasty Japanese food that includes sushi, sashimi, maki rolls, tempura and bento boxes. Just about everything can be ordered a la carte in the 30,000 to 100,000 VND range, but the set menus offer the best value, particularly during lunch-time.
The atmosphere is spacious and modern with bright lights contrasted by dark wood furniture, and if the enormous downstairs bar is too loud you can hide away with a date at one of the more private tables upstairs. Staff are cheerful and a free sample appetiser is offered as soon as you sit down along with a wet cloth, but it can take a while for orders to arrive, especially during the busy lunch rush. Still, this has never kept us away as the plates always do eventually get served and the quality and freshness of the food is worth the wait.
Contact details2 Le Thanh Ton, District 1
T: (08) 3823 8042
Open: Daily 10:00-23:30
In depth reviewRead a more in depth review of Sushi Bar on the Travelfish blog.
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