It doesn't matter where I am or what time it is, I can always go for sushi. I've never been to Japan, but I've heard that they eat sushi for breakfast, which I would definitely be down for, lol. I love everything from nigiri to crazy rolls. Luckily, because of my travels, I've been to some of the best sushi restaurants around the world. Here are my faves!
Nobu in Malibu is the go-to for my family when we want sushi in LA. Whenever we have a special occasion, it's almost always here. Everything is so fresh and decadent—and the view from the patio isn't bad either! The yellowtail sashimi with jalapeño is the best!
Sugarfish is amazing because it's so simple. You order a "Trust Me" and the sushi just starts flowing out of the kitchen onto your plate! The rice is warm and the fish is so fresh.
Kinugawa is my family's Japanese spot in Paris. We love getting a big group together and going out. The spicy tuna with crispy rice is a must-order.
On the bank of the river Seine in Paris is the tiniest little sushi spot called Isami. The food is so incredible. You can't order the wrong thing!
Sushisamba is on the 38th floor of a building overlooking the Gherkin in London, so the views are incredible. The food is a blend of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian, and it's super colorful and tasty. Definitely a special place!
After shopping around Knightsbridge, I have to stop at Zuma for some of the best sushi in the world. It's another upscale chain, like Nobu, so I can hit it in other cities, too! The scallops are to die for.
Honestly, I think I've been to a Nobu in every city I've visited that has one! Nobu Fifty Seven in New York has a similar menu, but the vibe is super modern and very downtown. I go to this one all the time when I'm in town!
Another NYC sushi fave of mine is Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill, right off Columbus Circle. They have a huge menu of seafood and sushi to satisfy any Japanese craving. Mmm!