Omakase – Japanese for “I’ll leave it up to you” – has become the hottest way to enjoy sushi. The seven-seat, 18 square meters of Sushi Oi is one of the city’s newest sushi bars, and offers a five-course tasting menu that is wrapped up with a serving on mochi ice cream.
Run by Batjargal Ochirbat, former head chef at Råkultur and Imouto, Soyokaze is the go-to spot for Stockholm’s full-blooded sushi lovers. For dinner, the esteemed sushi bar serves a starter, main course and dessert omakase menu for 900 kronor.
Opening in 2014, Sushi Sho was one of the predecessors in the field of omakase sushi in Stockholm. The effort has paid off: Sushi Sho now has one Michelin star and long lines of patron’s waiting to get a taste of their Edomae-style sushi.
Photo: Sushi Oi