Kyatchi restaurant Minneapolis | Photo by Caitlin Abrams
Photo by Caitlin Abrams
Thoughtfully composed (and sustainably sourced) sushi rolls are the stars here, alongside small plates, a piping hot ramen, and even some Japanese hot dogs.


Type: Japanese

Price: $$$

Features: Late Night Dining, No Personal Checks, Outdoor Dining, Wheelchair Accessible, Wine & Beer Only

Meals: Dinner, Lunch

Neighborhood(s): Minneapolis, South Minneapolis

From Kyatchi

Kyatchi is committed to fun times, happy service, healthy oceans, and perennial landscapes. We’re plating up sustainable ingredients—especially with a focus on sustainable fish and seafood—in both traditional Japanese and new American ways. Kyatchi is proud to partner with the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch® program, and we're committed to purchasing seafood from sources that minimize their environmental impact. We’re also on a mission to pour you a great sake. Irashai!
Kyatchi (Japanese for 'catch') opened in late February 2014 in the Kingfield neighborhood.  Chef Hide Towaza has created a traditional Japanese menu (and we have a kids menu!), giving customers a chance to experience new items not usually found on Americanized sushi menus.  In addition to sushi, Kyatchi serves Peterson Limousin Farm hot dogs (recently named 'Best Hot Dog' by Star Tribune), Larry Schultz Organic chicken wings, traditional Donburi rice & vegetable bowls, and an assortment of small plates.   
Kyatchi is open daily 4pm-12am.