Jo Sushi is a little place tucked away behind the Noordekerk. With only 3 or 4 seats it is mainly a Japanese takeaway, but if you are lucky, you can eat in. All the food is prepared with great passion and the very freshest ingredients. The menu is varied and complete with classics and innovations on a theme. We have been eating here for many years and if in the area, we invariably stop by for sushi. This is a highly recommended tip.
Geisha Japanese Restaurant is a fabulous place to enjoy fine Japanese and Asian dining. It is tucked away in a seemingly residential area, away from the crowds. Geisha mixes cuisine styles and breaks rules in order to excite your taste buds and surprise you. Classics are there and they are also reworked in a modern and wonderful way. This great restaurant really is all about the taste experience and in a fabulous setting.
Fou Fou Ramen began in Amsterdam in 2011 and its popularity goes from strength to strength. The mix of fresh ingredients not only looks amazing, it tastes amazing. The secret is making this simple daily comfort food into something magical. The right texture, ingredients, smell and taste combined in a bowl makes you want to eat it over and over. Fou Fow ships it to Amsterdam from Japan, so you can enjoy them daily. In Japanese Fu Fu is the ‘blowing sound’ we make to cool the hot noodles. In 2014 Fou Fow ramen opened its first own shop, and now there are two.
Akitsu Japanese Cuisine is a lovely restaurant next to the fire station, on the Marnixstraat. It is a very discreet and calm place to go and eat delicious sushi in Amsterdam. Here the food makes all the noise and that is what you want when going for sushi. Great looking and delicious Japanese cuisine classics and innovations by the Akitsu chef. The ambience is very pleasant and you will have a very nice time. For the latest news, opening times and menus, visit the Akitsu Amsterdam website.
De Japanner Restaurant is a place to enjoy fresh Japanese cuisine and drinks in a very social setting. Some of the best sushi in Amsterdam. Also, it is a a kind of Japanese apperativo – beer, sake and delicious finger food in a relaxing atmosphere. Amazing that it all started by two school friends that wanted to recreate a Japanese after work cafe. It has now expanded to a second location in Amsterdam West. All done so that you can soak up the atmosphere and enjoy the Japanese cuisine. Moreover, the chefs only use the very freshest ingredients and the emphasis is on the taste and the customer experience. See the menu on the De Japanner restaurant website.