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Chiso Kappo



701 N 36th St
Seattle, WA 98103

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(206) 547-0937

  • Sun - 11:00am - 9:30pm
  • Mon - Thu 11:30am - 9:30pm
  • Fri 11:30am - 10:00pm
  • Sat 11:00am - 10:00pm

Cuisine: Bars, Japanese Restaurants, Sushi Restaurants

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4.9 of 5.0 from 31 reviews


price range:$26 to $50

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Chiso Kappo Reviews

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  • Brian M.My favorite somewhat more affordable. Not the most impressive atmosphere, but also sustainable fish, and always pretty easy to get into.

    55555 by Brian M.


  • Celeste T.Omakase is amazing, and they have some of the freshest and most unique sashimi collections - very seasonal - just wonderful!

    55555 by Celeste T.


  • Jen A.The sushi here is amazing, especially the black cod. Don't skip out on dessert, it is on par with everything else you will have for dinner.

    55555 by Jen A.


  • Lauren DLOVED the Thursday Tonkatsu lunch set. Took me right back to Tokyo. Only on Thursdays and HIGHLY recommend.

    55555 by Lauren D


  • Riona TGo here often. They'll create you a platter of delicious vegan sushi without complaint, and there's a lot of veg*n ippan options too. Love. Drinks are okay

    55555 by Riona T


  • Emilio MThe BEST omakase in town.

    55555 by Emilio M


  • Drew M.Good, fresh, and expensive sushi. Apps/sharing plates are small, and over-priced.

    55555 by Drew M.


  • Grace P.Everything was very tasty and fresh! Service wasn't the best though.

    55555 by Grace P.


  • Cisel SOne of the best sushi restaurants in the U.S. for dessert, crème brûlée chestnut and butterscotch is highly recommended...

    55555 by Cisel S


  • Bill C.Went because all other sushi bars I tried to get into were booked. I'm glad I did! Friendly and professional service, freshest of sushi and sashimi, tasty cooked foods. I'll be back!!

    55555 by Bill C.


  • Sean T.Omakase is the best in Seattle!

    55555 by Sean T.


  • Eka B.Neah bay idiot fish netsuke - beyond expectations, as well as great chef's choice sashimi. Sake list is wonderfully organized with proper origin indication.

    55555 by Eka B.


  • Michael E.Let the chef decide.

    33333 by Michael E.


  • Chefs FeedEric Tanaka, chef of Dahlia Lounge, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Ikura don.

    55555 by Chefs Feed


  • Peter H.pretty good sushi. be warned though, the good (and the omakase in particular) is pricey.

    55555 by Peter H.


  • Patrick B.I like sitting at the bar and love the chef recommendations. Local Sustainable selection menu is really nice option!

    55555 by Patrick B.


  • Mariko L.Order anything and prepare to be delighted. But come on the weekends for their Japanese style breakfasts and prepare to have your mind blown.

    55555 by Mariko L.


  • Changren Y.The BEST Japanese lunch in town on weekends. Get one of the lunch sets and you won't regret it.

    55555 by Changren Y.


  • TY KU S.Enjoy your delicious sushi at Sushi Kappo Tamura with the best tasting sake in the world! Celebrate World Sake Day with TY KU!

    55555 by TY KU S.


  • Lisa J.Excellent service but pricey

    55555 by Lisa J.


  • Seattle MetTaichi Kitamura is the terrific sushi chef who gave us Chiso and Chiso Kappo (now closed). If those were good restaurants, his Eastlake sushi bar and omakase house is a great one.

    55555 by Seattle Met


  • EaterSitting at the sushi bar guarantees both lively banter and mind-blowing sashimi. The sushi wares are dazzling, but don't overlook the menu of cooked dishes. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • Celeste T.You will never regret getting the omakase.

    55555 by Celeste T.


  • Kevin C.Oysters are awesome, black cod incredible, great sushi all around.

    55555 by Kevin C.


  • Seattle MetTaichi Kitamura’s sleek, serene new sushi/omakase space on Eastlake is rapidly giving the elder-statesmen in town a run for their money...

    55555 by Seattle Met


  • The Seattle TimesSushi Kappo Tamura's food is rooted in Japanese concepts, but has an American exuberance. A list of specials is printed daily to accommodate seasonal tweaks and available ingredients.

    55555 by The Seattle Times


  • Jeff R.Minimal roll selection, lacking in basics - no edamame, non-standard (not great) miso - fish quality is run of the mill Seattle.. Shiku, Umi, -even I Love Sushi- are all better choices. Overpriced.

    55555 by Jeff R.


  • Anju R.The omakase is an experience to be had. Put your trust in Taichi and all will be well.

    55555 by Anju R.


  • Roger L.Try the Hou Hou Shu Sparking Sake.

    55555 by Roger L.


  • The Seattle TimesThere's a $60 tasting menu that provides a wide-range of tastes and textures and dishes hot, cold and in-between. Nancy Leson has pics and picks.

    55555 by The Seattle Times


  • Dave B.Have the chef's tasting menu.

    55555 by Dave B.


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