Love the sashimi (let the chef choose) and selection of sake. One of the best sushi places in town and a wonderful experience (if you can get in-reservations recommended)
uni was outstanding
The Omakase - Nami for two is a great deal! And it's actually very filling. I've had a lot of sushi in my life and this restaurant literally changed my life.
I'll never eat sushi anywhere else in Seattle again! Sit at the sushi bar & leave everything to Chef Hajime - you'll be in good hands!!!
Leave it up to the chef and try an omakase!
Wish I could remember the names of the plates but we randomly picked from sashimi to nigiri and even good old American style rolls and it all tasted great.
I'm an avid sushi lover; this place is mediocre at best. The only highlight is that the fish they use is sustainable.
As an out of tower with a billion good allergies. The server was very knowledgable and the sushi chef was very willing to recommend something that wouldn't make me ill. We were not disappointed.
Don't let the uni scare you off if it is available. And getting the nami omakase is highly recommended. Made a fantastic anniversary dinner for us
Omakaze is a must
The best sushi in Seattle and among the best on the west coast taking into account creativity, quality, and consistency. Hajime kicks ass.
Atomically tuna, California rolls, and red violin!! EXCELLENT!!
A groundbreaking sustainable seafood restaurant. Be sure to follow all of Hajime's rules (posted on the website, in the menu, and all over the restaurant) and you're in for a great meal.
Order the snowflake sushi as your final roll for a tasty treat! By far, the best sushi in West Seattle and amongst the best I've ever had. Make a reservation, this place is popular for good reason.
Sustainable, creative and delicious. This is one of the premier sushi joints in Seattle if not the country. Make reservations as the small space fills up quickly. There is nothing that isn't amazing.
Three words... Uh. Maze. Ing.
The sushi at this West Seattle spot is just as popular as the mispronunciation of its name. It's pronounced MAH-shee-koh.
The Red Violin roll is delicious, the best on the spicy list
Hands down some of the best sushi I've had in Seattle
Best omakase ever!!
Sustainable Sushi: get the sashimi sampler. Be adventurous!
Entirely sustainable sushi. Best salmon sashimi I've had and their website (sushiwhore.com) is absolutely hilarious and entertaining.
Black cod...so good.
Order the Poke! (And ladies... use the restroom! Men.. Use the ladies' room. :) )
Order the agedashi tofu, snowflake & lazy hawaiian
Try the spicy and very delicious red violin. The dancing shrimp is also milder and phenomenal. Best miso soup in the city.
Imaginative, fun, ALWAYS ORDER THE LOCAL OR SPECIAL and you cannot go wrong on anything here.
Albacore tataki sashimi...thumbs freakin' up
I wouldn't call this a best but its better than Safeway Sushi.
The omakase here is one of the best in Seattle.
Have the scallop with crab and proscuitto. Its a party in your mouth.
Try the temptation island and the ultraman!
my home away from home (Japan). not so homesick after discovering this place. Chawanmushi, kushi katsu, agedashi-dofu is one of the best I've had in a long time. 有難う、Hajime-さん
The women's room toilet is fully loaded with a seat warmer, bidet and air dryer!
Best sushi restaurant in Seattle and Hajime has done a wonderful job with researching sustainable sources of fish. Sit at the bar and get the Omakase. You won't be disappointed and come ready to eat
Hajime and Mariah make life-changing Omakase. Wash it down with delicious sake from their extensive collection. Ask them and they'll pair sake with your meal.
sit at the bar and order omakase
Go to Mashiko for sushi. If you like the taste of hamachi, order the kampachi. If you like the taste of bbq eel, try the Southern roll with catfish.
Get the 'expert' chirashi. And eat it the right way (yes that includes eating the rice).