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Sushi Restaurants In Madison

Mapped Restaurants Madison

Takumi Japanese Restaurant Takumi Japanese Restaurant Madison 3 Star Rating

4222 E Towne Blvd Madison
(608) 663-3899

Madison Japanese Restaurant near E Towne And Eagan Rd offering dine in

Sarku Japan Sarku Japan Madison 3 Star Rating

89 E Towne Mall Madison
(608) 243-8686

Madison Japanese Restaurant near Zeier Rd And Lien Rd

Takara Takara Madison 3 Star Rating

315 State St Madison
(608) 423-5076

Madison Japanese Restaurant near E Washington Ave And N Blount St

Sarku Japan Sarku Japan Madison 3 Star Rating

111 W Towne Mall Madison
(608) 833-8808

Madison Japanese Restaurant near S Gammon Rd And Odana Rd

Edo Garden Edo Garden Madison 3 Star Rating

6309 Monona Dr Monona
(608) 226-9828

Madison Japanese Restaurant near Kings Row And Monona Dr

Sushi Box Sushi Box Madison 3 Star Rating

2433 University Ave Madison
(608) 232-1432

Madison Japanese Restaurant near University Ave And Chestnut St

Takara Takara Madison 3 Star Rating

696 S Whitney Way Madison
(608) 270-1188

Madison Japanese Restaurant near S Whitney Way And Odana Rd

Ichiban Ichiban Madison 3 Star Rating

610 S Park St Madison
(608) 509-9381

Madison Japanese Restaurant near W Shore Dr And Emerald St

A Sakura A Sakura Madison 3 Star Rating

5401 Caddis Bnd Fitchburg
(608) 616-4880

Madison Japanese Restaurant near Fish Hatchery Rd And Glacier Valley Rd

Wasabi Japanese Restaurant Wasabi Japanese Restaurant Madison 3 Star Rating

449 State St, Ste G Madison
(608) 255-5020

Madison Japanese Restaurant near State St And W Gorham St offering dine in

Restaurant Muramoto Restaurant Muramoto Madison 3 Star Rating

225 King St Madison
(608) 259-1040

Madison Japanese Restaurant near King St And E Wilson St offering dine in

Sushi Restaurants Madison


Sushi is a very versatile dish, which one of the reasons for its well-deserved popularity. Most capitals of the world, from China to Madison, have more than one sushi restaurant in its region. It can contain anything from crisp vegetables, juicy fruit, and fresh seafood, to more unconventional elements such as cream cheese and even chocolate! You can eat it as a snack on-the-go, or savor it more leisurely as part of a main meal in any Madison sushi restaurant. The classic sushi is typically very healthy, as most authentic dishes of Japanese cuisine are, since it uses only the freshest ingredients and entails virtually no cooking. Thus, the vitamins and minerals are more preserved without any added fat, oil or even salt, making it appealing to health-buffs and weight-watchers alike.

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