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Prague’s Gone Sushi Mad

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It might seem odd to go for for sushi in Prague, the capital of a landlocked country, but that doesn’t stop Prague residents tucking into the stuff in an increasing array of sushi venues.

There has been massive growth in the variety of sushi spots in the city over the past few years, at all kinds of price points and quality levels. If you’re yearning for some raw fish on your Prague vacation, here’s a quick briefing.

Top Notch

If you want to push the boat out, Sushi Bar, one of Prague’s longest established sushi places (since 1999), owned by the same group as the similarly obviously-named Seafood Shop, is your port of call for the absolute freshest sushi in the city. Strictly for high rollers, with a piece of salmon nigiri setting you back nearly $6.

They’re Everywhere!

Well, not quite, though it might seem that way at first glance: Sushi Point has sushi bars in several locations around Prague. Prices are a little more reasonable than Sushi Bar, though not by much. The same company has a restaurant on Wenceslas Square called Kobe, with similar prices and a much plusher setting than the Sushi Point places. Our tip: try the Kobe burger if one of your party is looking for a meaty alternative.

Sushi and (much) more besides

Although the sushi offerings are limited to fairly basic salmon and butterfish nigiri and simple maki rolls, the all-you-can-eat salad & sushi buffet at Ambiente Brasileiro means you can keep a tight control on the outlay. Useful for groups of mixed tastes as the salad bar and optional all-you-can-eat rodizio grilled meat provides plenty of variety.

Keep it coming

A relatively new phenomenon is the all-you-can-eat conveyor belt of sushi offered by the Makakiko Running Sushi outlets in a couple of large shopping malls (398Kc/$17 daytime, 438Kc/$19 evenings). The sushi isn’t going to be the best you’ll ever have but if you’re a quantity over quality kind of person then you can go crazy.

Get it to go

Sushi Time set - NotoriOpened in late summer 2011, Slovak-owned Sushi Time started out with one delivery/takeaway only service to become the goto delivery sushi provider for the city. Over the years they’ve expanded to add eat-in options in several spots around town too.

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Other places

There are many other places, too numerous to mention, so if you think we’ve missed out somewhere that should be on this list, do let us know in the comments.

Charlie takes care of the marketing side of things at JayWay Travel. A long-term Prague resident, his interests are cooking, eating out, cycling, skiing and travel.

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