Japanese Restaurants in Edinburgh

 Great cooking with Scottish ingredients and Japanese skill in Edinburgh’s restaurants

Scottish ingredients and Far Eastern cuisine combine beautifully in Edinburgh's Japanese restaurants with stunning results. Scotland provides some of the best produce anywhere in the world and Japan adds their exquisite cuisine, making it a match made in heaven. For example, the capital enjoys fantastic seafood, the best Aberdeen Angus beef and great organic vegetables and these come together under the skillful hands of Japanese chefs in Edinburgh restaurants. The food of Japan is so diverse that, when combined with these great local ingredients, you've got a recipe for success.

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Bonsai Bistro - Richmond

Old Town

Maki and Ramen - West Richmond Street

Old Town

Maki Maki

City Centre
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    Try different types of restaurants with Japanese food in Edinburgh

    Many people think of sushi when considering Japanese restaurants in Edinburgh, and there's no doubt that there is a great selection of sushi outlets due to the availability of excellent local seafood. Sushi and sashimi require the very freshest and finest of fish for these raw treats, so it's no wonder these eateries have made their home in the city. The chefs combine finely cut vegetables, delicate rice, seaweed and a huge amount of skill to create the most mouth-watering of dishes. These are often served in small portions, perfect for sampling or sharing, and some Japanese restaurants in Edinburgh even feature the famous conveyor belt system of delivering the dishes.
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    Dramatic teppanyaki dining at Japanese restaurants in Edinburgh

    Sushi is a wonderful and tasty treat but it’s not the only type of food found in Japanese restaurants around Edinburgh. Teppanyaki is another favourite, and these establishments typically offer a selection of meat, fish and vegetables, making great use of local Scottish produce. Teppanyaki restaurants usually have a grill installed at the diners' table, with the chef preparing the dishes freshly, right in front of the diners. It all makes for a great show and it is certainly an excellent way to build up an appetite!
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    Grab a quick bite at Edinburgh's Japanese noodle restaurants

    Japanese noodle restaurants in Edinburgh are becoming increasingly popular. Offering ramen noodles or soba noodles, these establishments serve up tasty and less formal dishes, which are often regarded as street food in Japan. These noodle bars make an excellent choice for a fast, healthy lunch, serving tasty but light dishes quickly and often available to go. With such a huge variety of dishes and food styles, the cuisine of Japan is a welcome addition to the capital's restaurant scene. So, what are you waiting for? Just download the app and let Quandoo be your own personal food guide to Japanese restaurants in Edinburgh!