Sushi Garden  

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Finding decent sushi in Bucharest is actually becoming an easy task these days. Finding the right spot to chill out on a date while practising your chopstick skills could be a little more tricky. Discreetly tucked away on Serban Voda, 10 minutes south of Piata Unirii, Sushi Garden is exactly that type of spot. One of the first sushi place opened in Bucharest, Sushi Garden serves good, fresh sushi & sashimi, an awesome chicken katsu, but you might want to save some room for their green tea ice cream or banana maki. What really makes Sushi Garden stand out is its quiet laid-back terrace, perfect for enjoying a Japanese beer while marveling at their tiny pond — filled with, you guessed it, more fish. If you’re going through one of those really lazy days, no worries, Sushi Garden also delivers.

Dan B.

Calea Șerban Vodă 86, București, Romania

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