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Sushi in Rome?

 
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EB

I’m looking for a recommendation for a good sushi restaurant in Rome. I’ve been here for just over a month and am looking for something other than pasta or pizza. Suggestions are appreciated.

Posted August 15th, 2009

 
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Susie White

Yesterday I visited the Mercato Centrale at Termini Train Station in Rome. It’s actually very nice. I love sushi and don’t often get a chance to have it, since there’s nothing near where I live, so, when I saw a sushi stand, I asked if they’d have a good selection around 4 pm, as I thought I’d take some home for dinner. The young man replied that they have their own ‘laboratorio’, so they always have a good selection. When I returned at 4:06 (exactly, on my receipt), I chose the package I preferred, left €9,90 to the woman and went on my merry way, happy that I’d be enjoying my rare dinner of sushi. Not. This was the most disappointing, not to say worst, sushi I have ever had! The rice wasn’t even half-cooked and the fish just plain wasn’t good. I looked at the sticker (I will always remember to do that in the future, no matter where I pick it up) and it had been prepared the day before. I’ll surely try other products at this new and very diverse space at the station, but I will surely never go back for the sushi.

PS: Daruma Sushi has never let me down.

What are YOUR favorite places for a good sushi?

Posted December 2nd, 2016

 
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ErinAbroad

Oh no! What a terrible experience. At least you have a good place to share.

I also saw another Insider shared top picks for international food in Rome: http://insidersabroad.com/italy/blogs/student-b…

Unfortunately it doesn’t mention sushi, so if anyone has other recommendations it appears they are sorely needed.

Posted December 4th, 2016

 
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ErinAbroad

A response came in on our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/insidersabroad/) recommending Hasekura Roma. Anyone else tried it?

Posted December 6th, 2016

 
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Valerie Fortney

Hasekura is very good. It’s not cheap, but it’s good! There is also another great place in Via dei Serpenti that is a Japanese fusion type restaurant but I can’t remember the name of it. We go to that street for both Indian and Japanese are there are three Indian places and the two Japanese restaurants right there!

Posted December 14th, 2016

 
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ErinAbroad

If you’re a serious sushi aficionado, perhaps you want to work as a chef in a new restaurant in Rome: http://www.insidersabroad.com/italy/classifieds…

Posted January 20th