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15 Best Sushi Restaurants in Richmond Hill

15 Best Sushi Restaurants in Richmond Hill

Got a craving for some sushi? You’ll def want to visit these sushi restaurants in Richmond Hill.

I could eat sushi literally everyday of my life and never get sick of it.

There are plenty of great sushi restaurants in Richmond Hill, whether you’re in the mood for all-you-can-eat sushi or aburi sushi.

Here are some of the best sushi restaurants to eat at in Richmond Hill!

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Best sushi restaurants in Richmond Hill

Unome Sushi in Richmond Hill, Ontario

Unome Sushi

You’ll find Unome at Bathurst and Rutherford, and they serve up delicious sushi rolls and fresh sashimi in their bright and airy space.

I love that they serve up their sushi on wooden cheeseboards – it’s v ~aesthetic~.

I also love that they have the little booths that can be closed off with curtains if you’re looking to have a lil’ more privacy.

LOCATION: 9301 Bathurst St. Unit 7, Richmond Hill, ON

The Flying Fish

The Flying Fish is a Japanese fusion restaurant serving up wafu pasta, nori tacos, and sushi.

Their Omakase Sushi Boxes are what you’ll want to try, which range from $21.95 to $47.95 per box.

They’re located on Highway 7 near Bayview Avenue!

LOCATION: 324 Hwy 7 East, Richmond Hill, ON

MI-NE Japanese Restaurant

MI-NE serves up some of the best sushi in Richmond Hill, and they’re located by Yonge & Elgin Mills.

Most sushi places in Richmond Hill don’t have aburi sushi, but MI-NE has a few options, including an Aburi Sushi Appetizer with 6 pieces of 3 different aburi sushi.

They also have a huge menu of lunch specials if you’re visiting during the week!

LOCATION: 10815 Yonge St, Richmond Hill, ON


Haru is a relaxed spot by Leslie & 16th, with plenty of saucy rolls.

They have unique rolls like their Haru Roll (California roll topped with baked scallops and spicy cream sauce) and Pink Flower Roll (soybean paper, onion, asparagus, yam tempura, cucumber, avocado, and beet).

You’ll also find other Japanese and Korean dishes like Okonomiyaki, Katsu, and Donburi!

LOCATION: 10 East Wilmot St. Unit 14, Richmond Hill, ON

Senbazuru Sushi Bar in Richmond Hill, Ontario

Senbazuru Sushi Bar

Senbazuru has been around for a pretty long time, but I think it’s actually passed ownership multiple times over the years.

Because of that, it’s been hit and miss, but it’s great under the current ownership!

The interior is cozy and intimate, though it seems to be more popular for takeout nowadays.

They’ve got plenty of party platter options ranging from $35 to $99!

LOCATION: 9665 Bayview Ave. #13, Richmond Hill, ON

Pearl Sushi

Pearl Sushi is a somewhat newer sushi restaurant (to someone who grew up in Richmond Hill), and they occupy a small spot by Bayview & Major Mac.

I love that they have unique rolls like their Chicken Katsu Roll and Salmon Lover’s Roll.

They have a variety of sushi sets and platters ranging from $20 to $135, as well as cooked Japanese and Korean dinner entrees and bento boxes.

You can order ahead on their website for pickup, which makes life a lot easier!

LOCATION: 10066 Bayview Ave. Unit 1, Richmond Hill, ON

Kibo Sushi House

If you’re in the mood for some good takeout sushi, you’ll definitely want to hit up Kibo.

Kibo is one of my fave sushi chains in the GTA, and they’ve got a Richmond Hill location inside Richlane Mall.

The folks here are super friendly, and it’s a super low-key, cozy spot if you’re looking to dine in!

Spicy salmon and spicy tuna rolls from Kibo Sushi House in Richmond Hill, Ontario
Spicy Salmon and Spicy Tuna Rolls.

My go-to order is the Spicy Maki Trio combo, which comes with 6 pieces each of spicy California, spicy salmon, and spicy tuna rolls – they make some of the best spicy rolls out there!

I also love any of their aburi (torched) sushi rolls – they’re absolutely amaze.

They also have a small takeout shop inside Hillcrest Mall if that’s a more convenient location for you.

Definitely order ahead on Ritual (one of my fave food apps) so you don’t have to wait in line – you can use my link to get $10 off your first order!

LOCATION: Various locations

Sashimi, sushi, and maki platter from Aira Sushi in Richmond Hill, Ontario

Aira Sushi

Aira Sushi is an unassuming all-you-can-eat sushi spot in Richmond Hill that’s actually quite good.

You order everything via iPad at your table, which makes things easy!

They don’t have a huge AYCE menu, but their sashimi is quite fresh and their rolls are good.

Sashimi, sushi, and maki platter from Aira Sushi in Richmond Hill, Ontario

If you’re ordering takeout, their platters are actually quite affordable – I even got a free order of their Green Dragon Roll for spending over $35 on SkipTheDishes!

LOCATION: 10459 Yonge St, Richmond Hill, ON

Toshi Ryoriten

Toshi Ryoriten is headed by Chef Shinji Mori, who trained in Japan and worked internationally for over 4 decades.

Most of their fish is imported from Japan, and they serve up all kinds of sushi and cooked Japanese dishes.

For dinner, they have set menus for $75 or $95, or you can order a la carte.

You can find them by Leslie & Major Mac!

LOCATION: 1380 Major Mackenzie Dr. East, Richmond Hill, ON

Kitano Sushi

Kitano Sushi is a cool and contemporary spot near Lake Wilcox.

They’ve got unique fusion rolls like their Pink Pearl (crab salad, avocado, torched salmon, garlic mayo) and K.Yellow (salmon, avocado, cucumber, cream cheese, torched cheese).

If you’re looking to grab takeout, you can order ahead on their website for pickup!

LOCATION: 13162 Yonge St, Richmond Hill, ON

Ginza Sushi Express in Richmond Hill, Ontario

Ginza Sushi Express

Ginza Sushi Express serves all the typical sushi rolls we know and love (and they’re huge!), and their platters are a great deal.

I also love how fresh their sashimi is, and the variety in their platters.

They’ve actually been around around for almost 3 decades, and you can find them by Bayview & Elgin Mills!

There actually isn’t any seating inside the restaurant – it’s just a takeout spot (hence the “express” in the name).

LOCATION: 10800 Bayview Ave, Block B Unit 6, Richmond Hill, ON

Oyaji Sushi

Oyaji is a mom-and-pop Japanese and Korean restaurant serving up everything from sushi, to galbi, to teriyaki.

They have platters ranging from $35 to $120, and they’ve also got great lunch menu options during the week.

They also have closed booth seating inside the restaurant if you’re looking for something a little more intimate!

You can find them on Yonge right between Elgin Mills and Major Mac.

LOCATION: 10341 Yonge St. Unit 5, Richmond Hill, ON

Aka-Oni Ramen & Izakaya

Aka-Oni is actually an izakaya and ramen restaurant, but they also have sushi.

They’ve got unique rolls like their Black Diamond Roll and Oyster Bomb Roll, and they’ve also got a Live Lobster Sashimi!

I love their elevated takes on traditional Japanese dishes, like their Uni Hotate Carpaccio, Lobster Devil Don, and Hokkaido King Crab Milky Ramen.

Their menu is a little pricy, but their fish is super fresh and high-quality.

LOCATION: 10341 Yonge St. Unit 5, Richmond Hill, ON

Ato Japanese Restaurant

Ato Japanese Restaurant is an upscale sushi restaurant in Richmond Hill that does a la carte and omakase.

If you don’t know what omakase is, it’s a fine dining experience where the chef makes seasonal dishes using high-quality ingredients right in front of you.

The term “omakase” in Japanese means “I’ll leave it up to you”!

Their omakase options range from $138 to $238, and they also have set menus for 2, 4, 6, or 8 people ranging from $438 to $2280.

You can find their restaurant by 16th & Leslie, and I love that their interior design is inspired by Japanese architecture!

LOCATION: 16 Vogell Rd, Richmond Hill, ON

Rin Sushi

If you’re looking for more omakase experiences in Richmond Hill, Rin Sushi is another fantastic spot.

Executive Chef Jin has over 20 years of fine-dining experience and extensive kaiseki-ryōri cooking experience.

Their omakase ranges from $220 to $240 per person, and they change the menu up by the seasons.

They also source their fresh ingredients from local farmer’s markets!

LOCATION: 360 Highway 7, Richmond Hill, ON

Best sushi restaurants in Richmond Hill:

  1. Unome Sushi
  2. The Flying Fish
  3. MI-NE Japanese Restaurant
  4. Haru
  5. Senbazuru Sushi Bar
  6. Pearl Sushi
  7. Kibo Sushi House
  8. Aira Sushi
  9. Toshi Ryoriten
  10. Kitano Sushi
  11. Ginza Sushi Express
  12. Oyaji Sushi
  13. Aka-Oni Ramen & Izakaya
  14. Ato Japanese Restaurant
  15. Rin Sushi

These were some of the best sushi restaurants in Richmond Hill to visit!

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