Having a craving for some sushi but not sure where to go? While there are many of the town’s restaurants that feature delicious seafood options, we’ve picked out the best sushi spots in southeastern Connecticut.

Go Fish has the freshest fish this side of the shoreline, any way you want it … raw or cooked. Mystic’s most innovative seafood restaurant featuring a raw bar, wine bar, sushi bar and coffee bar.

Kyoto Sushi located in Groton, they offer Asian Cuisine including sushi, Hibachi, Poke, noodles (Yakisoba), salads, & soup. Come in Monday- Saturday before 3:30pm and take advantage of their lunch specials. They even offer the popular drink Bubble Tea!

Ju Sushi offers sashimi, classic and specialty rolls, and catering.  Great place to grab fresh made to order take out.

Johnny’s Peking Tokyo serves an extensive menu of Japanese and Chinese cuisine. Experience fabulous food beautifully adorned and presented, prepared by professional chefs, and delivered by the most accommodating servers. The menu is very extensive and the special rolls are to die for. Don’t forget to take a look at the specials board, as the items on there are as good as their regulars. The mini shopping mall corner location does not do this place justice. Johnny’s Peking Tokyo is a must try.

Samurai Noodle Bar & Grill offers authentic Japanese Ramen Noodle Soup, Asian BBQ and sushi in Downtown Mystic. Their noodles made fresh daily on site (you can watch them in action) and they have 18 beers on tap.
Koto Japanese Steakhouse also located in Groton, Koto offers a great mix Japanese and Chinese cuisine. They have many optons to choose from including sushi, sashimi, hibachi, Udon, Unagi Don, Nabemono, small plates, Teriyaki, and desserts.
Pink Basil is an asian (Thai and Japanese) bistro located in the Olde Mistick Village featuring home cooked Thai cuisine and a sushi bar. They have a nice, large shaded patio for outdoor dining. Sister restaurants include: Thai Sawasdee in Groton and The Spice Club in Niantic.