Behind the hanging noren fabric curtain in the entry, and through its folding doors you enter this peaceful, private space at Sushi Den, called “Denchu” (our Chef’s Table) with seating for a maximum of 8 guests at the private sushi bar and table.Read More›
Join the seasoned chefs behind the Den Corner restaurants – Sushi Den and Izakaya Den– for a tasty, informative culinary experience where you’ll learn to create all styles of sushi rolls and nigiri sushi. After the class, the group sits together for a meal that includes over 20 pieces of sushi, miso soup and green tea.Read More›
Sushi Den has recently received both international and local press in Dining Out, Business Insider, Zagat, Eater, and more. Here’s some recent highlights:Read More›
OTOTO is the latest addition to the Sushi Den and Izakaya Den, a more casual ambience, raw bar and Robata grilled skewers, as well as a premium sake list.Read More›
When the winter arrives, the Fish Market starts to get busy, filling up with many varieties of fish.
This is because the fish that were born in the Spring in the northern hemisphere mature by the winter and become the right size and flavor. When the temperature of the water goes down, fish increases its flavor by insulating itself against the colder waters.Read More›
Sushi Den has been on the vanguard and regarded as one of the premier sushi and Japanese restaurants in the United States since opening Christmas 1984. Sushi Den has also hosted numerous State dignitaries, including several sitting and former Prime Ministers of Japan, the Emperor of Japan and G7 Summit dinners.Read More›
9 NEWS hosted Chef Yasu Kizaki from Sushi Den as part of their Asian Heritage Month coverage.
Admit it. You’ve eaten it at a restaurant, but you’re too afraid to make it at home. Sushi is a favorite for many, but when it comes to making the raw fish delicacy, it’s easy to get intimidated.Read More›