Otoro Sushi in Birmingham is a traditional sushi bar creating some of the best and most authentic Japanese food in the city. This hidden gem can be found within the Indoor Market in the Chinese Quarter, but locals in the know are absolutely delighted with the authentic sushi rolls that are created daily at this unassuming joint. Otoro Sushi are passionate about the art and craft of sushi making, which means adhering to several essential principles – quality ingredients, fresh produce and polished techniques. You can taste the chef’s expertise and dedication with every piece, whether it's fatty tuna nigiri or a tempura prawn maki roll. The presentation of each dish is another standout feature, with every platter a colourful and creative artwork in itself. Located on Edgbaston Street, Otoro Sushi raises the bar for Japanese cuisine in Birmingham. With limited seats available and due to its huge popularity, we recommend you reserve a table today to avoid disappointment!
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Hands down the best sushi in Birmingham. There is sometimes a wait to be seated, even when booked, but, as there are limited seats and the sushi is freshly hand made to order, this is a small price to pay!
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Otoro Sushi really is a step-up from every other sushi joint in Birmingham. While you will find typical sushi favourites like the California or salmon-and-avocado rolls, our suggestion is to branch out and experience some of the best Japanese food on offer. This Chinese Quarter eatery has an extensive sushi menu which offers the likes of traditional sashimi, nigiri, gunkan, futomaki, oyakomaki, uramaki and temaki. You don’t need to be a genius to realise that Otoro Sushi know what they’re doing.
Fresh seafood is key to Otoro Sushi’s success and why it’s so popular amongst Birmingham locals. The menu is full of a diverse range of fish options like yellowtail sashimi, tuna and surimi rice balls and the salmon teriyaki uramaki roll. For something other than fish, delve into squid or octopus nigiri, eel futo futomaki or the divine dragon roll – crispy prawn tempura wrapped in nori seaweed and topped with fresh avocado, fish roe and homemade garnishes. If you can’t decide and want a taste of them all, we recommend a sushi set which comes in small, medium or large sizes. While seafood is where Otoro Sushi really shines, vegetarians are well catered for with the likes of tamago egg nigiri, tofu pockets, pickled radish maki and avocado or cucumber rolls. There’s no doubt that Otoro Sushi in Chinese Quarter is a must visit for sushi lovers, so make a booking and head down to Edgbaston Street with an empty stomach – you’ll be needing it.