Top 5: Best Sushi Restaurants

By on February 20, 2009

For this weekend consider giving one of the great Sushi restaurants in Tulsa a shot. Here are our five favorites.

1

In the Raw: If you love sushi, and you haven’t visited In The Raw, you’re missing out! It’s on the popular ’Brookside’ in Tulsa. With reasonable prices, and its dimly lit classy atmosphere, it’s a great spot for a business lunch or dinner date. $$$

In the Raw Brookside
www.intherawsushi.com

3321 S Peoria Ave
Tulsa, OK 74105
(918) 744-1300

In the Raw South

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6151 S Sheridan Rd
Tulsa, OK 74133
(918) 524-0063

2

Fuji: Fuji is known as one of the best sushi restaurants in Tulsa. They are offering three specials right now: Handson Rolls, I found Nemo rolls and Ragoon Rolls. $$$

Fuji on 71st
8226 E 71st St. Tulsa, OK 74133
(918) 250 1821

Fuji On Brookside
3739 S. Peoria Ave Tulsa, OK 74105
(918) 794 4448

3

Memories of Japan: They have a great lunch box combo offering rice, a California roll, and an appetizer in addition to your meal. All this is under $8 for lunch. What a steal! $$

Memories of Japan
2409 west kenosha st. #133
broken arrow, OK 74012
(918) 259-8686

4

Sushi Train: Known for their Hawaiian roll, Scorpion roll, Top ten roll, Seaweed soup, and California roll. They are highly recommended especially for being a moderately priced sushi restaurant. $$

Here’s an old video we found on YouTube of the train!

Sushi Train
3302 E 51st St
Tulsa, OK 74135
(918) 747-9931

5

Simply Sushi: Located in Owasso this quaint Sushi Restaurant is sure to fill your stomach while not breaking the bank. $

Simply Sushi
13720 E 86th St N
Owasso, OK 74055
(918) 609-6805

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21 Comments

  1. Lee Miller

    February 20, 2009 at 1:24 pm

    I must admit I disagree with your top five.

    The Sushi Train is… the only word I can think of is icky. Asahi is one of the best in town and it is a shame that it did not make it on to the list. I have not ate at all of them on the list, but if there was one that should have never been on this list was Sushi Train.

  2. J Cremeen

    February 23, 2009 at 11:59 am

    It seems that no one knows about the sushi at the Bill and Ruths on Yale – 3205 S Yale Ave, Tulsa, OKâ??.

    Owned by a Korean couple – It’s been the best that I have had yet.

  3. SS

    February 28, 2009 at 3:48 pm

    Has anyone heard about or tried the new place off the SW corner of 71st and Yale called Haruno?

  4. Jennifer

    March 7, 2009 at 11:08 am

    Tsunami downtown was the first place I ever ate sushi and I still think it’s one of the best. Fuji is great too, and it’s not too expensive. I like ITR but I think it’s a bit over-rated/over-priced – but I guess you pay for the atmosphere there too.

  5. JO

    March 7, 2009 at 1:20 pm

    Haruno is the best I have had in Tulsa so far. The prices are more reasonable that ITR, and the decor is upscale. I actually went to Haruno directly after leaving Fuji because the food was bad, and it is now my spot. Open 7 days lunch and dinner.

  6. Heath

    March 16, 2009 at 9:04 am

    I agree with JO, Haruno is our new spot as well. They’re sushi reminds me a bit of the original Wasabi, but even better. They also have a few more non-sushi food items as well. This is a very elegant restaurant, and I hope it stays around. Oh, $5 for a california roll, $7-$10 for specialties.

  7. Gary

    March 27, 2009 at 5:57 pm

    I also agree with JO and Heath i went to haruno like 4 days ago after i saw some comments from other places. When i went to haruno the food was outstanding and also the service is vvery good. I even sang some song in the karioki.
    Anyone who didnt went to haruno should really try there foods. They make you feel like your at home.

    P.S its better then ITR and Memories of Japan.
    Keep up the nice food and the service!

  8. Chris

    May 24, 2009 at 11:13 am

    J Cremeen thanks for mentioning the Bill and Ruths on Yale – 3205 S Yale Ave, Tulsa, OKâ??.

    I had no idea they served sushi there. Go figures, sushi in a sandwhich shop.

  9. miki

    June 7, 2009 at 2:19 am

    In the Raw as #1? OMG. CMON! NO WAY!

    You have got to be kidding me. Everything there is served incorrectly… at the wrong temps… terrible sushi. Cute staff. Terrible sushi. Cute decor. Terrible sushi.

    Isn’t this known? Cmon Tulsa… I am beginning to get really disappointed with you.

  10. Saif from OKgamers.com

    August 20, 2009 at 4:06 pm

    I’ve heard nothing but bad when it comes to In the Raw – so much so I’ve avoided it totally. Memories is great, Fuji’s is great even if you are paying a bit for decor, but my standby is still Asahi’s.

    Speaking of which – when do we get a review on California Sushi?

  11. Alecia

    September 30, 2009 at 4:28 pm

    California Sushi has great sushi! I have been several times and each time wonderful. My only complaint is their lack of consistency between rolls. I have ordered the same rolls each time and each time they are slightly different, still excellent, just not exactly what I’m expecting. They are also very reasonably priced. For an appetizer, their crab cakes are incredible!

  12. Lena

    April 21, 2010 at 5:53 pm

    I’m amazed that California Sushi (formerly Asensu) has been left off of your list. The staff is fantastic and their food is always fresh, always promptly prepared, and always delicious. I can’t speak for the hipness of the restaurant, but God forbid we should ever confuse trendiness for good food.

    If you haven’t tried California Sushi, give it a shot.

  13. Rajib

    June 24, 2011 at 2:14 pm

    Haruno is so far the best sushi place in Tulsa, maybe one of the top three in Oklahoma. I have tried several sushi places in Norman, OKC and Tulsa. And Haruno is the best so far. I was a bit disappointed at their service on the very first day and decided never to go there but after having the sushi both my wife and I kept on going back. Their Service also have improved a lot now that they hired more people. I just simply love that place, I am going there tonight :)

  14. seikel

    June 28, 2011 at 12:06 pm

    I judge a sushi establishment on variety of sashimi present. I always order Mackerel, and Kama (yellow fin collar). I can’t find either of these in Tulsa.

    Tokyo in OKC has them though. I really enjoy that place.

  15. seikel

    June 28, 2011 at 12:10 pm

    Oh! I just looked at haruno’s menu and they may have what I’m looking for, I will go there asap!

  16. kim

    September 1, 2011 at 10:26 am

    I enjoy eating at the Sushi House on 71st and Lynn Lane in Broken Arrow! I have has Osakas and didn’t not like it. My picky husband and my hard to please cousin ate there and they love it too! They serve a 3 course meal and the owner is always there making sure you are happy! ^_^

  17. Nana

    May 21, 2012 at 8:40 pm

    My bf and I decided to try out Haruno on 71st and Memorial Drive today and was very disappointed. We ordered the “sexy sexy,” “flaming volcano,” “volcano,” “seared tuna tataki,” and the “seaweed salad.” It wasn’t all that great, for example, the sushi dishes we ordered were all falling apart so it was hard to eat. The “sexy sexy” was ok and the “flaming volcano” was pretty cool because it was served flaming. The volcano was terrible. It was as if you took all the ingredients of the sushi and just poured it on a plate. Ummm…. I don’t know if they were trying to make it look like a volcano, a messy look? But it sure did not show the appreciation of serving sushi or serving food in general at a public restaurant. In addition to that the sushi under the volcano lava look was cold and the ingredients poured over it was warm/hot. We didn’t even finish it nor did we eat much of it.
    The service was ok, but compare to other restaurants I’ve been to, like Sushi House; I would have to say it was bad. They don’t really smile, don’t speak loud enough for you to hear, and when you’re done eating with a dish they aren’t timely to get your dish out of the way and ask you how is everything tasting or checking up on you in general.
    I don’t recommend it and will not go back there.

  18. Nana

    May 21, 2012 at 8:43 pm

    One more thing about Haruno, they did not give us any ginger or wasabi, which is pretty standard with sushi.

  19. Mandy

    August 20, 2012 at 8:47 pm

    I have eaten at ITR and was not that impressed with the quality of the sushi. I have also eaten at Fuji but never had the sushi (going friday night) BUT I must say that my favorite place for sushi just happens to be in Stillwater. A place called Negoya OMG so many wonderful rolls and the prices arnt out of this world. Hate that they dont have a place in Tulsa because im sure I’d be there daily! If your ever in Stilly you should try them out. Have the Hawiian roll!

  20. CarleyJ

    February 13, 2013 at 1:03 pm

    We always go to fuji’s (on 71st) brookside’s location has HORRIBLE service.

  21. Nick Reed

    June 30, 2013 at 12:07 pm

    I must disagree with your top five. The Sushi Train has no right to be in the top five, nothing good happens when you leave raw sushi on a toy train for hours at a time. The best sushi restaurant by far is The Sushi Place in downtown Tulsa. The 918 Roll and the TSP are the two best rolls I have ever had. Fresh food, great service and a clean establishment.

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