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Best Sushi Restaurants in the U.S.

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David Chin

Raw-fish fans are flocking to these sushi restaurants from Los Angeles to Maine.

Horinoya, New Orleans

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It can be difficult for a Japanese restaurant to stand out in a city where the cuisine is all about the Cajun and Creole influences. The subtler flavors of Japanese cuisine are on full display at Horinoya, where first-class sushi is served in a relaxing dining room adhering to the principles of feng shui. While nothing on the menu is too crazy—leave that to the nearby French Quarter—the cuts of hamachi are generous. If you’re ordering nigiri, the fish rests on a perfectly cooked bed of rice that’s seasoned with just the right amount of vinegar.

920 Poydras St.; (504) 561-8914

Best Sushi Restaurants in the U.S.

Horinoya, New Orleans

It can be difficult for a Japanese restaurant to stand out in a city where the cuisine is all about the Cajun and Creole influences. The subtler flavors of Japanese cuisine are on full display at Horinoya, where first-class sushi is served in a relaxing dining room adhering to the principles of feng shui. While nothing on the menu is too crazy—leave that to the nearby French Quarter—the cuts of hamachi are generous. If you’re ordering nigiri, the fish rests on a perfectly cooked bed of rice that’s seasoned with just the right amount of vinegar.

920 Poydras St.; (504) 561-8914

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