Type “Sushi restaurants in St. Louis” on Google Maps and you will get more than 400 results. This Japanese delicacy traces its roots to the Fourth Century B.C. in Southeast Asia, when fish was stored with rice for preservation purposes, according to Sushi-Master.com, a website that specializes in Sushi.
Centuries later, many sushi eateries have made their way across the United States and St. Louis. Although price varies from restaurant to restaurant, sushi is considered by many as a fine dish, sometimes associated with business meetings or such other occasions.
At Patch, however, we are not interested in fancy reviews. We want our readers’ opinions, which we value more than anything.
So vote now in our poll bellow for your favorite place to eat sushi in the St. Louis metropolitan area.
The voting period will take place from today until Aug. 17 at midnight. Winners will be announced on Aug. 24.