Sushi Counter, Dubai

ImageIf you make it to Dubai and love sushi as much as we do, Sushi Counter is a great chain of restaurants to try out.  The one we tried (pictured here) is on Sheikh Zayed Road in City Tower One.ImageImageServed before your eyes in a matter of minutes!ImageOn each table, customers have their choice of salty soy sauce or sweet soy sauce. Both were good to my taste buds!ImagePlenty of seats downstairsImageUpstairs as wellImageImageImageLunch Combo #55 (55 AED) – Here are the details of the lunch combos. ImageImageThis was my lunch combo (also #55).  Although not pictured here, don’t forget that these combos come with miso soup and your choice of fresh mango or pineapple.  We were both impressed with the quality and prices of the food.ImageWe decided to try something different as well so we went with the Avocado Shrimp Tartare which contains Ebi shrimp, cucumber, avocado, creamy spicy, blue flower, dill leaves, black and white sesame seeds (35 AED).  Not bad! Other tartares available include salmon, tuna, and white fish tartares.

The menu is far too big to post every page, but I’ll include a few here to give you an idea of the options:sushi optionsSeasons Twists Sushi counterhand rolls sushi counterother choices sushi counterImageImageOverall, it was a great dining experience for us at Sushi Counter on Sheikh Zayed Road! (Tel:04-388-8065/8069).  2 lunch combos + 1 avocado shrimp tartare + 1 coke + 1 small water = 156 AED.  We just might try other selections from their menu at their other branches including: Dubai Media City (Tel:04-375-1095/1096), Dubai Motor City (04-375-1686/1687), The Dubai Mall, Lower Ground Food Court (04-388-2245) and Dubai Marina (04-442-7503/7506). Dine-in, pick up, or delivery. or check them out on facebook at Open 7 days a week.

3 responses to “Sushi Counter, Dubai

  1. Never eaten here but I did go to Honyaki in Madinat Jumeirah recently and that was very nice for lunch. Lots going on around you as well.

  2. I tried this restaurant twice now and I can say that they really get my taste. You don’t need to wait long for your food and they don’t have a good and friendly staffs there. I think they also in Ibn Battuta soon. Check this out: Only walking distance to my place.

    • Hi, Summer. Thanks for sharing your experience. The truth is the wife and I have never been to a sushi place in Dubai or Oman that we haven’t enjoyed! 🙂 It’s nice that there are so many sushi options and locations!

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