Find Great Sushi in La Jolla Restaurants
If your idea of a heavenly meal includes sushi and sake, you won't be disappointed in the sushi restaurants in La Jolla. Each sushi restaurant in La Jolla offers a unique atmosphere, but all offer fresh, delicious menu items, as well as takeout, private event hosting, and catering services.
Station Sushi on La Jolla Boulevard in Bird Rock is open every night for happy hour and dinner and on weekends from Noon to 5 p.m. for lunch. Station Sushi is known for its friendly service and a creative variety of sushi. The menu includes nigiri rolls, maki rolls, classic inside out rolls, and a large variety of special rolls, including rainbow, vegetarian, ecstasy and tiger. In addition, the restaurant serves sashimi and a variety of beers, wines, sake and cocktails. Search for all the top dining options from breakfast and brunch to the most romantic restaurants in La Jolla to the best daily happy hour specials.
If you're looking for a top restaurant that serves sushi in La Jolla, you must visit Sushi on the Rock in the heart of La Jolla Village on Prospect. The restaurant is open every day for lunch, happy hour and dinner. During Wednesday's happy hour, you can enjoy half off the price of wine, sake and appetizers. Sushi on the Rock offers indoor and outdoor seating, with an ocean view from the outdoor patio. This La Jolla sushi restaurant is known for its friendly staff and wide variety of creative sushi rolls, including the Kitchen Sink Roll (eel, crab, salmon, avocado, cream cheese) and the Barrio Roll (tuna, cilantro and salsa).
Tadashi Sushi in La Jolla is on Prospect is also open daily for lunch and dinner and offers popular lunch specials Monday through Friday. The lunch specials include sushi as well as many combination plates, bentos, and teriyaki bowls. All lunches are served with salad, rice, miso soup, California rolls, gyoza (pork dumplings) and tempura. In addition, Tadashi's newly revamped menu includes many noodle and vegetable dishes. With floor-to-ceiling glass walls, the atmosphere is light and casual.
For a more futuristic setting and a lively bar open until 1 a.m., try Tabu Sushi on Girard. In addition to traditional sushi, Tabu offers fusion cuisine, such as their sushi tostada, garlic edamame, sushi burrito (crab and avocado with spicy mayo) and jalapenos stuffed with crab and cream cheese and tempura fried. This sushi restaurant in La Jolla also offers many healthy eating choices such as brown rice and an outstanding selection of sake.
Zenbu Sushi Bar offers an eco-friendly menu based on its own local seafood company and locally raised all natural grass-fed beef. Located on Fay Street in La Jolla Village, Zenbu is open for happy hour and dinner daily. During happy hour you can enjoy several select wines, beers, hot sake, appetizers and rolls for half price. The atmosphere is warm and friendly and the menu a blend of traditional sushi and Asian fusion.
If you enjoy a fusion menu, check out three other La Jolla restaurants that combine sushi with other cuisines: Aloha on Fay Avenue (Hawaiian), Fugu's on Pearl Avenue (Chinese) and Roppongi on Prospect (Asian and Spanish tapas).