Japanese Food in Brighton

E-kagen An established, much-loved Japanese diner in the heart of the North Laine – near Shimaguni. Friendly staff and great service. No frills and reasonable prices. A real authentic experience.

Kantenya The only specialist Japanese food shop in Brighton. In a great location opposite the big Sainsbury’s and 2 minutes walk from Brighton station. Runs great seasonal promotions, bento style lunches and is full of friendly Japanese staff

Sushi Garden On the popular restaurant-road of Preston Street, Sushi Garden specialises in a variety of noodles, rice and sushi dishes. Not cheap but gets good reviews.

Pompoko In the centre of Brighton and a few minutes walk from the station, Pompoko is known for it’s inexpensive yet satisfying and tasty mix of many Japanese dishes. Although quite popular and can get very occupied at lunch time.

Oshio Located on Trafalgar Street (very close to Shimaguni school!) Newly opened restaurant specialising in Japanese and Korean cuisine. Great reviews.

Cafe An-An Ok, not actually in Brighton, in nearby Portslade, but must be mentioned for its fantastic wagashi (traditional Japanese sweets), popular events and excellent lunches. Irregular opening hours so please check before you go.

Oki-nami Most exclusive Japanese restaurant in Brighton – right opposite the Pavilion. Part wwned by local celebrity Norman Cook aka Fatboy Slim. Great sushi and bar apparently.

Sushi Mania On Middle Street in the middle of the The Lanes. Large chain-style restaurant with big menu suitable for big groups.  Offers half-price deal promotions.

Shogun On Prince Albert Street, Shogun is a popular ramen shop in Brighton. Very authentic in style and taste. Limited menu but very tasty.

Murasaki The most elusive, ninja-like of all the Japanese restaurants in Brighton.  The restaurant lurks up on Dyke Road near Seven Dials and the takeaway is up from Western Road on Montpelier Place.

Moshimo Located in Bartholomew Square, Moshimo is one of Brighton’s most popular Japanese Restaurants. Known for it’s building aesthetic imitating a traditional Japanese room and it’s authenticity. Handmade sushi and various hot Japanese dishes are available here. Very tasty.

Yo! Sushi Located on Jubilee Street close to the library. Yo! Sushi is a popular sushi chain across Britain. Known for it’s interesting conveyor belt style of dining and cute coloured plates. A great place to go for a unique Japanese experience.