The 8 Best Places For Sushi All You Can eat in Milan

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Sushi. It’s probably the most popular, trendiest food in Milan—and if you’re looking for a sushi restaurant, you’ll find one almost on every other street.

Yes, Milanesi notoriously pick a trend every year and then go overboard with it.

The all-you-can-eat version of these restaurants is definitely the most popular. For a fixed price, you get unlimited great food—who wouldn’t want that?


Not so fast. When you’re about to eat raw fish, a potential catastrophe is never far away.

Life is too short to waste your night dealing with the consequences of a bad sushi choice. That’s why we only included the top choices in our selection of the best all you can eat sushi in Milan.

All these restaurants have one thing in common: they use only the freshest ingredients and create dishes that look as good as they taste.

The best all-you-can-eat sushi in Milan


Set lunches and all-you-can-eat sushi at this modern, low-key Japanese restaurant.

Toyama (Duomo / Castle) – Via Santa Maria alla Porta, 12 

Toyama (Navigli)– Corso Cristoforo Colombo, 3

Experience dining at its finest at this trendy restaurant with stunning decor and backlighting that enhances the ambiance. The dishes are presented beautifully and taste just as good as they look.

Be sure to try the salmon tartare, spicy salmon roll, and expertly crafted monkfish.

And even if raw fish isn’t your thing, there are plenty of cooked options including meat, fish, and vegetables. All-you-can-eat dinner is available for a reasonable price of around 26€.


The freshest sushi, tartare, and other traditional Japanese foods served in a cozy, hip setting.

Viale Col di Lana, 14 (Navigli)

Tucked away on one of the streets surrounding the Navigli canals, this sushi restaurant is just a short walk from the Duomo.

The menu features both classic sushi options like uramaki, gunkan, and nigiri, as well as innovative dishes like the Mazara lobster bruschetta and lobster cones. The chef’s Italian influence shines through with the use of local ingredients like Bufala mozzarella cheese and olive spread.

While the prices at MIsushi may be slightly higher than other all-you-can-eat sushi restaurants at 31.90€ for dinner, the freshness and presentation of the dishes make it worth the splurge.


Elegant sushi restaurant with a menu featuring traditional dishes and original creations inspired by Italian cuisine

Ishi Navigli – Corso di Porta Ticinese, 96

Ishi Loreto – Viale monza 51

Ishi is a small and well-decorated sushi bar located near the San Lorenzo columns, with a second location nearby in the Loreto area.

The menu offers both an a la carte selection and all-you-can-eat options. The prices are slightly above average, but they are absolutely worth it for the sophisticated food, both in terms of presentation and flavor.

In addition to the classic dishes, their menu features some unusual choices inspired by regional foods, such as the Piemontese roll (fassona, robiola, steamed asparagus), the Genoese roll (burrata, avocado, cherry tomatoes, and Genoese pesto), all very thoroughly explained and paired with pictures.

Although the restaurant is small and frequently busy, service is quick and there is no lack of attention for guests: you’ll get a glass of prosecco while you wait for your meal and amaro with your check.


In a sleek, contemporary setting, these three restaurants in the center of Milan offer all-you-can-eat sushi and gorgeously presented Asian dishes

Kanji (Central Station) – Via A. Caretto 4

Kanji Evo (Porta Venezia) – Via G. Broggi 17

Conveniently located in central areas of Milan – Central Station and Porta Venezia – Kanji offers a tranquil atmosphere and authentic Oriental cuisine for those on the go or looking to relax.

The ordering process is easy and efficient, with tablets at each table allowing you to order as much as you’d like every 10 minutes to minimize food waste.

Despite the abundance of tables and seats, the service is lightning fast, even when the restaurant is at capacity.

The small portion sizes allow you to try a variety of dishes, such as rolls served in 4 pieces instead of the usual 8, all presented with care and made with fresh, meltingly tender fish.

Prices are around €30 per person.

Sushi Kòbbo

Extensive and sophisticated menu with elegant presentations and refined ingredient combinations

Viale Vittorio Veneto, 32 (Central Station / Porta Venezia)

Sushi Kòbbo is another experience that goes above and beyond your typical all-you-can-eat restaurant.

This elegant restaurant is just a short walk away from the central station, and is well worth the slightly higher price point (31.8€ per person at dinner) for the refined dishes and great quality ingredients.

This restaurant’s menu is a true feast for the senses, with a dizzying array of sophisticated offerings that will leave you wanting more.

From the elegant presentation of the dishes to the refined combinations of ingredients, every bite is a true delight.

And just when you thought an all-you-can-eat joint couldn’t possibly serve up gourmet fare, the shrimp scampi and shrimp tartare come along to prove you wrong. Trust us, you’ll be shocked by just how delicious these dishes are.

But the real stars of the show are the uramaki with lobster, the trio of cheviche (which puts other seafood joints to shame), and the sublime gunkan with quail egg. And to top it all off, the pairings – like passion fruit with shrimp or salmon and mustard – are nothing short of extraordinary. We guarantee you’ll be left wanting more, even after you’ve stuffed yourself silly.

Plus, the ambiance of the restaurant is very chic, and the tables come equipped with tablets for smooth and easy ordering. The service is lightning fast, making the whole dining experience smooth and enjoyable.


Must-try all you can eat sushi restaurant offering incredibly fresh fish and beautiful presentation at fair pricing

Via Paolo Lomazzo, 29 (Chinatown)

For some seriously drool-worthy sushi in Milan, Houseki is the right place. Just a stone’s throw from Chinatown, this spot serves up sushi that will blow your mind.

Not only is the fish super fresh, but the flavor combinations and presentation are all top-notch. It’s clear that the team at Houseki knows their stuff when it comes to sushi. And the best part is that the pricing is totally fair at 21€, which is a steal for the level of quality you’re getting.

So if you’re in Milan and craving some truly exceptional sushi, make sure to swing by Houseki. Trust us, your taste buds (and Instagram followers) will thank you.

Fuku Jima

Delicious sushi in a stunning courtyard setting

Via Ascanio Sforza, 73 (Navigli)

Located in one of the minor streets in the Navigli district, Fuku jima is a contemporary sushi restaurant that offers good quality food. However, the real highlight of this establishment is the inner courtyard located within the restaurant. If you’re looking to dine in this area, it’s worth making a reservation and requesting a table in this hidden gem. The evening menu at Fukujima costs 26.90 euros.


This restaurant may be a little out of the way, but the limitless sushi variety is well worth the trip.

Hegui – Viale Marche, 70

This trendy location boasts stylish wood furniture and airy décor, creating a very welcoming vibe that’s also due to the exceptionally warm and friendly staff.

It is located in Viale Marche, northwest of the Central train station. There are several parking spaces available on the street leading up to it.

Hegui has an extensive menu, featuring a wide variety of sushi rolls. Some notable options include the black rice rolls or their special rolls—which offer interesting pairings such as truffle, foie gras, and even an Italian mixup with burrata cheese.

At dinner, they offer an all you can eat option for 24€ excluding beverages.

Photo by Spencer Chow on Unsplash

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