Seafood and Baton Rouge are synonymous, so it comes as no surprise that there are sushi spots aplenty in Baton Rouge. Offering the classic rolls, such as the California roll or the spicy tuna roll, you can also find more creative rolls centered around the city of Baton Rouge and its culture. Sushi spots in Baton Rouge are letting the good times ROLL and are sure to make a splash!

 

Ichiban Sushi Bar & Japanese Grill

Ichiban continues to top locals’ lists as some of the best sushi in Baton Rouge, and you’re sure to find something for everyone. From your classic rolls (raw and cooked) to the endless selection of cooked specialty rolls, even your pickiest eater will find something to enjoy here. And if sushi isn’t really your dining partner’s speed, Ichiban also offers dining from the hibachi grill.

 

 

Tsunami Sushi

Another favorite in Baton Rouge, Tsunami Sushi is known as the spot for dinner with a view. Overlooking the Mississippi River from the sixth floor of the Shaw Center for the Arts, you can enjoy beautifully crafted (as well as delicious) sushi rolls like viewing an equally as beautiful sunset!

 

Sushi Yama Japanese Restaurant

If you’re looking for some of the freshest sushi in Baton Rouge, look no further. Sushi Yama is known for its fresh sushi, with endless raw options for the sushi connoisseur. We can assure you that this spot's great reviews are nothing but the truth!

 

 

Sushi Masa

Bring your appetite with you when you go to Sushi Masa! Known for their all-you-can-eat lunch and dinner menus, you can select from options of salads, appetizers, sushi rolls and much more. You really can’t beat that!

 

Umami Japanese Bistro

For some of the freshest and most inventive rolls in the Red Stick, Umami Japanese Bistro is a must-try for the sushi lovers out there. From the cocktails to the appetizers to the rolls, you won’t leave disappointed!

 

 

Wahada-Japanese Sushi Bar & Grill

Located on Nicholson by LSU, this family-owned restaurant is one of Baton Rouge’s best-kept secrets. With budget-friendly options and a delicious extensive menu, you can see why this is a popular choice among LSU students and locals alike!

 

Drunken Fish

Drunken Fish is known for their signature rolls, as well as providing some of the classics you can bet on finding at a sushi restaurant. With a diverse menu, you can find other options aside from sushi, as this restaurant also serves Japanese and Vietnamese dishes.

 

Waka House

Waka House is truly a hidden sushi gem in Baton Rouge. With a fresh and authentic menu, this no-frills spot is known for a cozy atmosphere and consistently delicious rolls.

 

Rock-n-Sake Sushi

Rock-n-Sake Bar & Sushi is making taco Tuesdays a thing of the past with their TGIT (thank goodness it’s Tuesday) deal! For just $40, diners can get 3 drinks and 2 sushi rolls, and the food is just as delicious as the deal!

 

 

Hello Sushi

With locations on Highland Road and Burbank Drive, Hello Sushi is one of the sushi staples in Baton Rouge. The details are everything at Hello Sushi – they make their sushi with the freshest ingredients, and the beer and sake are imported straight from Japan!

 

Soji: Modern Asian

While Soji: Modern Asian offers more than just sushi, this spot’s raw bar is one you don’t want to miss out on. Try one of their classic rolls for the sushi options we all know and love or branch out and try one of their specialty rolls or signature raw specials.

 

More places to get sushi in Baton Rouge:

Paul Wong’s Chinese & Sushi

Taste & See Sushi Hibachi

Ginza Sushi and Japanese Steakhouse

Koi Japanese Cuisine

Nagoya Szechuan & Japanese Cuisine

Rock n Roll Sushi

Tokyo Café

Thai Kitchen

Teppanyaki