Chef Shiro Kashiba has delighted Seattle diners with his culinary artistry and craft for over five decades. Located next to the Pike Place Market, Sushi Kashiba offers the highest standard Japanese cuisine that sushi lovers have come to expect from who the Seattle Times calls, the Sushi Sensei of Seattle.
- (206) 441-8844
- Japanese cuisine
Questions & Answers
Q What is the phone number for Sushi Kashiba?
A The phone number for Sushi Kashiba is: (206) 441-8844.
Q Where is Sushi Kashiba located?
A Sushi Kashiba is located at 86 Pine St Suite #1, Seattle, WA 98101
Q What days are Sushi Kashiba open?
A Sushi Kashiba is open:
Sunday: 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday: 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Thursday: 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Friday: 5:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Saturday: 5:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Q How is Sushi Kashiba rated?
A Sushi Kashiba has a 4.7 Star Rating from 1382 reviewers.
Ratings and Reviews
Overall Rating( 1382 Reviews )
Steve Kal on Google
Highest quality of food and service. Sushi is delicious. Recommended dishes Sushi Bar, Tempura More
Sunayana Gali on Google
Food : 5/5 | Service : 5/5 | Atmosphere : 5/5
Recommended dishes Omakase Albacore Tuna Belly, Tempura, Sashimi Tuna Poke, King Salmon, Nigiris More
Mariam Tabatabaie on Google
The omakase was amazing and very very filling! Staff was extremely attentive and knowledgeable about each course. Overall a great experience.
Karan Sunil on Google
Stephanie O'Callaghan on Google
Amazing. Amazing. Amazing. Came here 7 years ago for my first omakase experience and was blown away. Have since thought about that meal often and dreamed about it and hoped to come back. Sometimes when we build something up in our head, we over romanticize it, but that was not the case with kashiba. Better yet, I was lucky enough to be served by Shiro himself!
He is sweet, he is kind, he is funny and he shares such great information throughout the meal and answered some questions as well!
I dined on a Saturday (shiro only works Wednesdays and Saturdays). The omakase bar is first come first serve. The first person in line arrived at 2:30pm (they open at 5). I was the 4th party in line but because the 2nd party was a party of 4, they got bumped over to a different sushi chef (since each chef only serves 4 guests) so I lucked out and got to be with shiro. I got in line at 3:45pm so I really didnt have to wait that long (certainly not as long as I expected for a nice Saturday afternoon). Around 20-30 min prior to opening, someone came out to greet those of us in line, get our names and number of people in our party and offered us a drink menu to look over (they then got our drink orders prior to entering the restaurant) and the hospitality was def felt through this process and making sure they knew our names going forward.
On 3/18/2023, the omakase was $175/p (for 21 pieces) and there was an option to add some specialty pieces on towards the end for $30 more which shiro asked how we were doing (fullness wise and asked if we would like to do the additional pieces or not). I was pretty full but I couldnt say no to shiro and I am glad I didntthey were some of the best bites of the night (including a special firefly squid bite which apparently has a very short season its available and was so delicious and unexpected in flavorwasnt sure how Id like it by the look of it but it was phenomenal. We also got served a fish collar bite-AMAZING, and otoro).
The experience was a little different than my first onewe were served sushi in groups of 3/4 pieces but I enjoyed how they did it; started with all salmon varieties, then tuna varieties, then white fish, then shellfish, then mackerel, then the special add ons if you elect to, then the final bites (more dessert like with the eel and tamago (egg).
I tried to chew so slowly to enjoy it all. It was a truly unique and special experience. One I recommend to anyone! Especially on Wed/Sats with Shiro ;)