There's no shortage of good sushi in Northeast Ohio.
From high-end sushi bars owned by Cleveland's big-name chefs to little hole-in-the-wall spots serving up bites just as good as the expensive stuff, Northeast Ohio's sushi scene offers something for all palates.
Check out our list of three of Northeast Ohio's top sushi spots, then let us know your personal favorite.
Owned by Dante Boccuzzi, one of Cleveland's most reputable chefs, Ginko has become an anchor in the city's high-end sushi scene. The menu features sushi rolls for all types, from the daring try-anything eaters to vegans and newbies trying their first California roll. Fans should also take note that Boccuzzi's next Japanese fusion spot, Goma, is due to open this summer on E.4th Street in downtown Cleveland.
Where: 2247 Professor Ave., Cleveland
Kintaro has pleasantly surprised west siders at its new Westgate Fairview Park spot. The best part is, it's all you can eat sushi and/or hot pot for an incredibly reasonable price. It also has a Brooklyn location that opened in 2016. Kintaro offers unlimited sushi dinners for $25.99, a steal compared to some of its parallel competitors, and the quality exceeds many standard sushi buffet concepts.
Where: 3111 Westgate Mall, Suite A128, Fairview Park
Mizu has one of the most extensive sushi offerings in Northeast Ohio, and its flavors run just as deep. Signature and special rolls range from the Crouching Tiger, which is stuffed with five kinds of sashimi, to the Winter Roll, which comes tucked inside a soybean pepper wrapper.
Where: 10219 Brookpark Road, Parma