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Places Around Maastricht: Sashimi

Type of Place: Restaurant

Location: Helmstraat off the Vrijthof


Sashimi features a huge Buddha statue.

If you’re looking for a classy, date atmosphere with all you can eat sushi and some of the best tuna we’ve had in a while, you should take a look at Sashimi. Located just off of the Vrijthof, Sashimi is a cut above the usual sushi restaurant with fresh tasting short-grained rice and a wider menu that our usual all-you-can-eat choice. In four courses you can chose between a variety of sushi rolls, nigiri, handrolls, cooked dishes, and soup (although surprisingly not sashimi). The lunch menu is naturally cheaper at 16,50 euros, and dinner cost 23,00 euros. For dinner you get fewer items per round, but more variety.

The miso soup was quite tasty too.

The miso soup was quite tasty too.

The interior of the restaurant is really nice, with a dark and soft glow. The two floors are dominated by a huge, dark wood Buddha statue which sits in the center of the restaurant. Wall decorations and furniture are modern and help to enhance the romantic atmosphere. If I was with a family, I’d still eat at Kashi, but for a date or adult meeting, Sashimi would be my first choice (at least until we find another option).

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