Roll into the New Year with the DiG as we dish about where to find the best sushi in Gwinnett! With a community as diverse as Gwinnett, good sushi isn’t hard to find. From spider rolls to delicious house special rolls, these sushi restaurants elevate fish to an art form. So get your chopsticks ready as we help narrow down the choices of where to go for the best sushi in town!

Kani House
3208 Buford Drive | Buford, GA 30519

Family owned and operated since 1999, Kani House has been instrumental in introducing a true Japanese dining experience to metro Atlanta. Kani House is not only about the flavorful, freshly cooked foods, but also, the experience and entertainment. Kani House is committed to their motto, “Finding food fun again and again,” and thrives on creating a new way to present the best ingredients. Take a seat at their sushi bar and watch unique dishes prepared right in front of your eyes. Their sushi chefs are trained to create traditional Japanese fare as well as modern creations customized to your personal tastes. To get things rollin’, try the mango bango roll made with cream cheese and topped with avocado, shrimp and tropical mango sauce!

Samurai Blue
2000 Riverside Pkwy.
Lawrenceville, GA 30043

Samurai Blue was an instant hit when it opened in Lawrenceville 2007 with its well-executed, traditionally rooted sushi that could swim (figuratively speaking, the fish is generally no longer alive) with anyone. With over 15 years of experience, Chef Lee has mastered various Japanese cuisines to make them his own and thrives to see his clients happy with the highest quality he can offer. We suggest trying the Samurai Blue Special roll or the Red Snapper Tempura Special roll for a transcendent experience!

Fumi Hibachi & Sushi Bar
3550 Mall Blvd NW
Duluth, GA 30096

A newly designed space, inventive cocktails, and the best sushi in town – how can you go wrong? At Fumi, the goal is to maintain the quality, creativity and freshness of the food they serve. Fumi strives to maintain a responsible policy towards sustainability, not just with their fish, but with the entire menu. You have many choices when going out for sushi, but you’ll soon see why Fumi is different. Their updated Japanese cuisine reflects the sleek, vibrant atmosphere, and every aspect of your dining experience was chosen to create a comfortable, tasteful environment. Don’t leave without trying the rock’n roll made with Fumi’s rock shrimp, and asparagus, topped with lobster crunchy salad and sweet chili mayo sauce.

Niko Niko Sushi & Hibachi
3260 Buford Dr., Suite 30
Buford, GA 30515

Niko niko means ‘with a smile’ in Japanese and that’s exactly what you can expect at Niko Niko Sushi & Hibachi located across from the Mall of Georgia. Niko Niko’s Chef Lee has been creating good food that has brought happiness and joy to sushi patrons for over 25 years. He received his training in Korea from the masters. Every serving prepared by Chef Lee is an artistic expression of his love for cooking. His culinary works of art combine the freshest ingredients with a sincere passion for the craft of sushi preparation. Chef Lee will even prepare a custom roll to your liking upon request and keep the recipe on record for your next visit! How about that for service with a smile?! Recommendations include the crazy boy roll, which is a deep fried version of the basic California roll or the baked scallop roll, which is filled with crabmeat and tiny scallops.

1250 Scenic Hwy. #1300
Lawrenceville, GA 30045

Kampai has emerged as one of the best Japanese sushi and hibachi restaurant in the metro Atlanta area with a menu that includes fusion elements that are served with flare. The executive chef has been with the Kampai family since its opening in 1995 offering patrons quality ingredients and service that they have come to expect. The restaurant has grown into a sensation offering guests traditional and exotic Japanese cuisine with a dose of modern comfort. We suggest trying the OMG roll that will leave you saying, oh my gosh, that is good!