Yamamori Sushi was launched in 2007 on Ormond Quay, overlooking the Liffey and Ha’penny bridge. Yamamori Sushi served authentic Japanese food, and all the seafood is locally sourced and delivered daily. It is equipped with a heated bamboo garden, and displays a beautiful selection of 19th century Japanese artwork and original Samurai artefacts. The Tengu Bar is also based at the back of Yamamori Sushi, and serving a large selection of sake, Japanese beer, rice, and plum wines. “Yamamori rarely disappoints with its bubbly service and vivacious cooking” (TheLonelyPlanet). Yamamori offers an authentic Japanese cultural experience from three characteristic venues in the heart of Dublin City Centre. All three venues are in walking distance of all Dublin’s historical attractions, such as the Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College and St. Stephen’s Green. The Yamamori restaurants neatly frame the historical city centre, by the Ha’Penny Bridge (1816) and in Ireland’s first cafe on Georges St (1894). After eighteen years as Dublin’s first ever Japanese restaurant, Yamamori offers 3 characteristic restaurants and 2 lively sake bars. Whether is be a comforting bowl of chunky aromatic noodles, a sunny afternoon enjoying the freshest, fluffiest sushi and in the Bamboo Garden, or dancing the night away with fresh fruit cocktails at Izakaya. Yamamori has something for everyone!
38/39 Lower Ormond Quay