Almost as popular as coffee shops, sushi spots are aplenty in Seattle, with options for even the most adventurous piscivores. Whether you prefer your classic California roll or opt for something a bit more exciting (hotdog roll anyone?) Seattle’s sure to have something to satisfy your sushi cravings. If you’re looking to try a little of everything, Bento boxes combine individual portions of à la carte rice, veggies and fish or meat combinations. Our friends at Seattle Magazine have rounded up some great spots to try these sushi samplers.

Sierra Christman of Seattle Magazine writes:

Fuji Sushi
Fuji Sushi has an array of vegetable dishes to pack into its bento lunch special; the perfectly seasoned veggie udon and a new rich ginger tofu beckon. The bento box comes with two entrées accompanied by sides (salad, rice, decadent miso and a California roll), so you don’t have to choose. $8.95. International District, 520 S Main St.; 206.624.1201; fujisushiseattle.com

Kisaku
The bento at Kisaku has selections that change every day. Often included are the tangy gobo salad with chicken yakiniku stir-fry and a California roll. Consider yourself lucky if the day’s side happens to be the crispy korokkes, panko-encrusted potato croquettes. $9.95. Tangletown, 2101 N 55th St., Suite 100; 206.545.9050; kisaku.com

To get your fill of Seattle’s top Bento spots, check out the full story here. 

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