The first 'Asian' restaurant in Sweden to receive a Michelin StarThe first 'Asian' restaurant in Sweden to receive a Michelin Star, Sushi Sho is where I run when I am in need of a solid sushi fix in Stockholm. Indeed, it throws down the best nigiri I have come across in the city thus far (although I am yet to venture to Soyokaze, which also looks great).Featuring a daily selection of sushi and small dishes, the Tokyo-inspired omakase-only menu showcases both Scandinavian and European ingredients and varies based on the season and produce available. A series of optional extras are offered upon its conclusion, taking the form of various iterations of gloriously fatty hunks of tuna belly, which are definitely worth the price of admission. Bypass them at your own peril.All white tiled walls and intimate counter seating, guests are seated at the L-shaped bar and served directly by the Chef, piece by piece. The atmosphere is relaxed and convivial. I have only ever dined here alone and never once felt out of place or intimidated by that fact. The team is friendly and inserts themselves into as much of the experience as you allow them to. This, for me, is a significant amount as it quickly became apparent that aside from expert sushi slinging they can also recommend a damn delicious sake.
One of the top spots for sushi in Stockholm with a Michelin star