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Whether a tourist or a businessman, you would be interested in knowing that there is no better place to dine in the city than in its top sushi restaurants highlighted below.

Top sushi restaurants in Milan

Milan is the second largest city in Italy and while Rome is its capital and center of knowledge and arts; Milan is the industrial, commercial and financial Centre of Italy. The post war industrial boom of 50s and 60s brought with it a massive transport and logistics infrastructure making Milan a place in Italy from which you can access any part of Europe by train, road and air. Thus said, you would be interested to visit the city either as a businessman or a tourist.

Whether a tourist or a businessman, you would be interested in knowing that there is no better place to dine in the city than in its top sushi restaurants highlighted below.

1. Hana Restaurant

This restaurant is located on Corso Vercelli and is famous for its sushi delicacies. It is a classy traditional Japanese restaurant with most of its menu having Asiatic cuisines. For 25 Euros, you can have some miso soup, a little cooked fish taster, rice, salad, 2 pieces of sushi and 3 little rice rolls.

2. Nera sushi milano

Located at Via Medeghino, this restaurant has a knack for cutting small chunks of fish and presenting it with small sizes of sushi really well. If you are looking for class and style, this is the place to have your sushi.

3. Mitsuba

This is a small restaurant in Navigli that boasts eclectic sushi dishes such as Yakisoba (buckwheat noodles), tempura (fried fish), furai (traditional Japanese breaded fish with salad and rice) etc. It is the kind of place you pop in for a quick meal before continuing with your exploration of the city.

4. Bento Sushi Restaurant

With delicacies such as salmon tataki, minami (steamed lobster and avocado), Bentosfera (seared tuna with cream cheese) which are served along with sushi, it is not hard to see why this restaurant has made the cut of the best sushi restaurants in Milan even though it just 15 years old.

5. Yoshi

Grilled giant crab, moleche and pumpkin flower tempura, seed salad with blue lobster and prawns and many more are some of the dishes that you can expect at this restaurant. The fishes are the choicest and freshest and the rice is artfully prepared and vinegared to bring out its best flavor.

Milan is a huge city and therefore, you cannot explore it on an empty stomach. Whatever else you do, make sure you replenish your energies with some sushi variation in the above restaurants before you embark on your exploration.

 

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