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Where to Find the Best Sushi in Sonoma County

Nine of the best places to eat sushi. Guaranteed.

When you know, you know. Sushi Kosho is officially the best sushi in Sonoma County.

Now, I don’t say this lightly, because sushi is a lifestyle choice for me, not just a meal. It’s about the warm (hand temperature), perfectly seasoned rice, pristine fish and just-so preparation. With expanded hours and an expanded menu that includes not only nigiri and sashimi, but poke bowls and traditional Japanese entrees, this Sebastopol sushi spot has always been good — but with a new sushi rice recipe, it’s head and shoulders above the rest.

In addition to Sushi Kosho, I have three other best runner-up restaurants for your sushi fix, along with more casual sushi stops that offer up solid takes in the raw fish game. Click through the gallery for details.

Editor’s Note: Travel, dining and wine tasting can be complicated right now. Use our inspirational ideas to plan ahead for your next outing, be it this week or next year. If you visit restaurants, wineries, and other businesses during the pandemic, remember to call ahead, make reservations, wear a mask and social distance.

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7 thoughts on “Where to Find the Best Sushi in Sonoma County

  1. MisoGood Ramen (507 4th St. Santa Rosa) deserves to be on this list. They have amazing and creative sushi! They recently expanded their already incredible sushi menu. Great place to go with friends who don’t like sushi as their Ramen is also amazing.

  2. Shameful that Osake is not on this list. But then again Heather Irwin is a very spiteful person who has probably been snubbed by Gary Chu.

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  3. When will Heather Irwin get around to providing addresses for all the places she’s touting? Laziness is not an endearing trait in a food critic.

    1. The addresses are shown in italics for every place she mentions, in the first slide dedicated to each restaurant.

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