Speedy sashimi: Sushi delivery in Vancouver

Starving for some sushi? Feeling tempted by tempura? If you’re jonesing for Japanese but don’t feel like leaving the house, these sushi delivery spots can maki your life easy. Here are your best bets if you want sashimi, nigiri, teriyaki and more delivered to your door in under an hour.

Simply Sushi Ltd

3309 Broadway W, Vancouver, BC V6R 2B1

Jun Sushi has been one of Kitsilano’s favourite sushi spots for more than 15 years. The menu features standard rolls and appetizers alongside some chef’s specialties such as the Vancouver Roll stuffed with prawn and yam tempura, with mango and avocado on top. The signature Jun Special roll (available in a half or full order) is a meaty marvel with tuna, salmon, scallop, crabmeat, oshinko, avocado, cucumber and fish roe. The restaurant delivers from 5:00 pm onwards and will do it for free within a five-kilometer radius of its Broadway location.

Kadoya Japanese Restaurant

1063 Davie St, Vancouver, BC V6E 1M5

Kadoya’s crowd-pleasing menu features standard nigiri sushi, maki rolls and sashimi options alongside pan-fried gyoza, rice and noodle bowls, tempura dishes, soups, salads and teriyaki plates for those who don’t fancy raw fish. To start, there’s asparagus bacon skewers and chicken karaage, a delightfully crispy Japanese-style fried chicken marinated in ginger, garlic and soy sauce. Place your order over the phone or via the helpful online ordering system.

Ogenki Sushi

4346 Main St, Vancouver, BC V5V 3P9

We love this Riley Park sushi restaurant for its creative selection of rolls and easy-to-use ordering system. The online menu features lots of colourful photos depicting various options: donburi, tempura, temaki, stir-fried noodles, sashimi, udon, nigiri, ramen and premium rolls made with white or brown rice. We love the Kentucky Roll, a Southern-inspired deep-fried chicken roll with avocado, cucumber and lettuce, topped with potato crisps and tobiko. There’s free delivery on orders over $20 if you live within three kilometres of the restaurant’s Main Street location. Don’t forget to check out the online coupon to cash in on weekly specials.

Aqua | Sushi + Juice Bar

1764 Manitoba St, Vancouver, BC V5Y 0H1

Searching for a low-cal alternative to traditional takeout? It’s easy to get a healthy dinner in a hurry at Aqua Sushi where the brown-rice rolls are paired with detoxifying green juices. This alternative sushi spot offers low-carb rolls (made without rice), organic gluten-free quinoa sushi cones, and soybean wraps in addition to the traditional nori seaweed wraps. Delivery is available seven days a week and is free if you live in Olympic Village and order via phone (minimum $30). If you live outside the area, paid delivery ($6.95) is available on online orders over $20.

Sushi Q

102-1185 Georgia St W, Vancouver, BC V6E 4E6

With generous portions, fresh ingredients and reasonable prices, it’s easy to see why this Gerorgia Street sushi joint is a hotspot among Vancouver’s downtown office crowd. The delivery menu features soups, tempuras, bento box combos, rolls, makis, sashimi, donburi, udon noodles and party trays. Sushi Q also offers black rice for most menu items and boasts a nice selection of healthful salad options; we love the fresh and flavourful seared tuna and avocado salad. Delivery minimum is $15 (before tax) and there’s a delivery fee of $4.99 on all orders.

Tourism Vancouver’s annual Dine Out Vancouver Festival is back this winter from January 19th to February 4th. The 17-day culinary festival will see some of the city’s hottest restaurants serving an array of mouth-watering prix-fixe menus. If you want to take your significant other for a special meal, plan a date night at one of these romantic eateries. [Photo courtesy of Boulevard/Leila Kwok]
Tourism Vancouver’s Dine Out Vancouver Festival is back this winter from January 19th to February 4th. The 17-day culinary event will see some of the city’s top restaurants serving mouth-watering prix-fixe menus for lunch and dinner. If you’re looking for a kid-approved spot with a casual atmosphere and plenty of choices for picky eaters, book a table at these family-friendly restaurants. [Photo courtesy of Bufala]
Tourism Vancouver’s annual Dine Out Vancouver Festival is back this winter from January 19th to February 4th. The 17-day culinary event provides foodies with a great opportunity to eat at Vancouver’s most acclaimed restaurants for less. If you want an upscale meal in an elegant setting, these high-end spots deliver a great bang for your buck. [Photo courtesy of YEW Seafood + Bar]
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