The first Asian restaurant in Sweden to get a Michelin star, this intimate Tokyo-inspired sushi bar has made a huge impact on Stockholm’s food scene since opening in 2014. Its head chef, Carl Ishizaki, spent two decades perfecting his unique twist on some of Japan’s most classic recipes before investing in his own tiny 20-seat venue. Here, customers are offered the chance to experience 15 of his signature dishes in one sitting via a seasonal tasting menu, scribbled up on a giant chalkboard. The interior is made up of floor-to-ceiling white square tiles and perfectly sanded wooden benches, and the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly.
Time Out tip: Request a seat at the bar for the best view of Sushi Sho’s chefs preparing their dishes in the open kitchen.
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