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Introducing Denver's top 4 Japanese restaurants

Introducing Denver's top 4 Japanese restaurants
Rolls by Chubby Cattle. | Photo: Mindy D./Yelp
By Hoodline - Published on March 04, 2020.

Looking to satisfy your appetite for Japanese fare?

Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the most excellent destinations for Japanese cuisine around Denver, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of the best places to fulfill your urges.

People in the Denver area usually spend more in the winter at restaurants than any other season of the year, according to data on local business transactions from Womply, a provider of marketing software and small business local advertising solutions. The average amount spent per customer transaction at Denver-area restaurants grew to $28 for the metro area in the winter of last year, 1% higher than the average for the rest of the year.

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1. Taki Sushi

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First on the list is Taki Sushi. Located at 420 E. Bayaud Ave. in Southwest Denver, the sushi bar is the highest-rated Japanese restaurant in Denver, boasting 4.5 stars out of 529 reviews on Yelp.

2. Sushi Den

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Next up is Platt Park's Sushi Den, situated at 1487 S. Pearl St. With 4.5 stars out of 1,761 reviews on Yelp, the Japanese sushi bar and cocktail lounge has proved to be a local favorite.

3. Rolls by Chubby Cattle

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Southwest Denver's Rolls by Chubby Cattle, settled at 2 Broadway, is another superior choice, with Yelpers giving the joint to score conveyor belt sushi, ramen and hot pot 4.5 stars out of 827 reviews.

4. Uchi

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Last but not least is Uchi, a sushi bar and Japanese bistro that offers seafood and more in Five Points, with 4.5 stars out of 355 Yelp reviews. Head over to 2500 Lawrence St. to give it a go for yourself.


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