Ten Best Sushi Restaurants in Palm Beach County
4. Yakitori Sake House
Yakitori has been a Boca Raton landmark destination in Royal Palm Plaza for those seeking authentic Japanese cuisine. Known for serving traditional Japanese dishes, and the extensive menu offers daily fresh catch appetizers and entrees. The menu has more than two dozen specialty and signature rolls, as well as an extensive offering of rice-free cucumber rolls served with the house ponzu sauce.
3. Sushi Simon
Nicole Danna The 2005 roll at Sushi Simon in Boynton Beach features fresh Maine lobster.
A nondescript Boynton Beach strip-mall just before the Woolbrite Blvd. bridge may be the last place you'd expect to find good sushi, but that's the deal with Sushi Simon. The eatery has earned praise from hardcore sushi fans for its ultra-fresh fish, and on off-nights you'll often find some of the area's top chefs dining out here. A three-page list of specialty rolls are rather pricey -- including the 2005 roll with Maine lobster priced at $25 -- but are worth the price. The real special, however, are the daily specials, which feature fresh-off-the-boat fish cut expertly into sushi and sashimi, or sliced thin as usuzukuri and lavished with ponzu, spicy kimchi sauce, and fresh herbs.
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