I know very well that not everyone loves sushi all you can eat, but if they tried one of these three restaurants, they would change their mind! Some of them are better than others, but the problem is to find the best. The article about my 5 favorites sushi AYCE is one of the most read, for this reason I decided to write another post to share with you 3 new places that I’ve recently tried and I like them.
3 new sushi all you can eat in Milan
Amico Sushi – via Piacenza, 1 (Porta Romana/Corso Lodi)
The owner is the brother of Haruka Sushi’s owner, one of my favorite sushi restaurant (it’s not all you can eat). It’s very small, not completely decorated as every new opening – but I like this aspect. It’s simple, small and someway cozy, and it’s full of frequent guests. The quality, indeed, is really impressive. We ate here both for lunch and for dinner, and we’ve been satisfied with everything. For dinner it’s a great choice, but we still prefer Fuku Jima and Jin Sushi Experience. However, in terms of price performance, Amico sushi is incredible and unbeatable for lunch. Some of our favorites are tartare, really good and thin with a delicious gravy, tuna tataki, saudade (you defintely can’t miss them!), spazio roll, and mixed chirashi. You can check the full menu on their well done website. I recommend to reserve a table.
Lunch: 12.30€ during the week, 14.30€ on weekend
Tue/Sat 12:00 am – 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm – 11:30 pm
Sun/Mon 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Ono Sushi Experience – via Felice Casati, 8 (Buenos Aires/Centrale)
This place is really huge, decorated with the typical style of the new “fancy” sushi all you can eat. Here you can eat on the traditional tatami, and even if there are a lot of places, I recommend you to reserve a table. I tried it both because they suggested me and because the eye-catching furniture gave me a positive vibe. Actually, the variety of the dishes on the menu is impressive, there is more choice than other restaurants. Undoubtedly, some of our favorites are tuna tataki (amazing), dragon roll, and tartare. Uramaki are very small, so you have the possibility to try more of them. Moreover, there are some dishes with black rice, and some uncommon dishes, such as teppanyaki and onigiri. The price is a little higher, but it’s perfect if you want a particular atmosphere.
Lunch: 12.80€ during the week, 14.80€ on weekend
Dinner: 22.80€ + cover charge
Tue/Sun 12:00 am – 2:30 pm and 7:00 pm – 11:30 pm
Hinata – via Eustachi, 6 (Buenos Aires/Dateo)
Everyone has a favorite place, usually for some reasons, such as personal ones. This is the favorite sushi all you can eat in Milan of my friend Marta – the one who suggested me Mieru Mieru. It’s a cozy restaurant, with two small and well-groomed rooms, completely new. Here you can feel comfortable, it’s not messy at all, and the variety of the menu is very respectable. The tartare is cut into little pieces – I know some people loves minced tartare, while others in the other way. Furthemore, you can choose your uramaki in 4 or 8 pieces, so you can try a bit of everything. Tiger rolls are noteworthy, with the hot and crunchy king prawn. Everything is well done, and we’ve always enjoyed.
Tue/Sun 11:00 am – 3:00 pm and 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm