Honesty, authenticity and certainty. These are the simple basic pillars on which both Japanese cuisine and Sabi Sushi are built upon. Only fresh, short-distance ingredients are used and the food is courageous in its simplicity. This allows the food's natural taste to run free. Pure ingredients and good craftsmanship. This is Sabi Sushi.
Sabi (Japanese) symbolises simplicity and purity. These are principles upon which Sabi Sushi are founded.
High-end takeout at Sabi Sushi
Sabi Sushi introduces a new concept in the space between the restaurant and take-away. Sushi restaurant quality at home, in a packaging that is aesthetically and tastefully garnished. To the extent possible, they use local foods from local suppliers, such as Sterling white halibut, salmon from Hjelmeland, scallops from Kvitsøy, and raw shrimps from the fjords. If you love sushi, then you will love this place.
Honest, genuine and safe sushi
The restaurateurs believe in the simple basics of the Japanese culinary tradition. They use only fresh produce that has traveled the shortest way possible. The food is bold in its simplicity. They seek to let the natural flavours run free - without unnecessary interference. They believe in the simple, pure ingredients and good craftsmanship. They believe in ideals that many forget in today's hectic lifestyle. This is Sabi Sushi. The restaurant has 30 table seats, 20 seats at the counter as well as 10 seats in a "private" Tatami room.