Michie Sushi (Ranelagh) restaurant

11 Chelmsford Lane, Dublin 6, Ranelagh

Dublin 6

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Cuisine:
Sushi

Price Range:

€€

47 reviews
5 stars - based on 47 reviews
Michie Sushi is a Takeaway & Delivery Sushi Shop with a small restaurant, situated down Chelmsford Lane in Ranelagh. Michie Sushi make's handmade sushi to order and caters for all events requiring sushi.

Michel Piare Sushi Chef and Propreitor hand selects all the fresh fish and ingredients for Michie Sushi. Together with Partner Anna van Exel and tasters Rosalie & Sara Piare, they make a great team. Michel and Anna have helped opened world class restaurants in the Uk, Holland and Belgium before venturing on their own to open Michie Sushi.

The word Michie in Japanese means “filled with smiles and laughter”. Michel chose this name as it resembles his own name and has a wonderful meaning. It makes us happy when a customer approaches us and says “thank you that was delicious”. Michie Sushi only wants the very best quality and satisfaction for you. Sit back, relax and enjoy your meal.

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OPENING HOURS

Mon12:00pm - 9:30pm
Tue12:00pm - 9:30pm
Wed12:00pm - 9:30pm
Thu12:00pm - 9:30pm
Fri12:00pm - 9:30pm
Sat12:00pm - 9:30pm
Sun12:00pm - 9:30pm

CAPACITY
20 people

CUISINES
Sushi

FACILITIES

Seafood available Accept major credit cards

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Michie Sushi (Ranelagh)

NewLucia
Dublin
19 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 21st June 2015 (visited 14 June 2015 )

Amazing sushi, have ordered a few times from them but when I went there I was positively surprised by the quality. The salmon sashimi was the best I've ever had. Definitely coming back soon!

Michie Sushi (Ranelagh)

gerbmorgana
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 05th February 2015 (visited 5 February 2014 )

It was most awful experience!! Was looking forward to taste luch menu, but unfortunately chicken was too dry, green tea tasted like just warmth yellow water, staf was loudly speaking in kithen in russian language and every second word was bad word!!! Was terrible, not going back its for sure! Hope they will improve! Good luck guys!

Michie Sushi (Ranelagh)

krasotevica
Dublin
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 04th October 2014 (visited 2 October 2014 )

Great little sushi place. Such an authentic feel to it. Loved it!

Michie Sushi (Ranelagh)

tatianemlrs
Dublin
11 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 13th December 2013 (visited 3 October 2013 )

Great sushi!! Very cozy. Really friendly staff!

Michie Sushi (Ranelagh)

bear123
Dublin
35 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 22nd July 2013 (visited 19 July 2013 )

cant say enough about this little place the food is great and its a pretty little restaurant the one in dunlaoghaire is just as good too i always eat here and if i dont have time i just have to get a takeaway fantastic deals and prices its lovely everytime

Michie Sushi (Ranelagh)

amyyinzhang
Dublin
14 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 14th June 2013 (visited 11 June 2013 )

Went there on Tuesday evening around 7pm, no reservation. the place was packed! We were looked after quickly by the bar however the waitress was very friendly and soon there is a table available she moved us to it. more importantly maki combo and sashimi we ordered there were very fresh and tasty. Reasonable price for what it is. Will go back there again.

Michie Sushi (Ranelagh)

LittleFish
Dublin
61 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 01st April 2013 (visited 30 March 2013 )

Pretty small and intimate seating area, quirky spot generally - down a back lane. Four of us went. Menus and drinks appeared quickly. Our order came out in wave form - which I like - so we all tucked in and shared each platter. Very happy with the quality of the sushi and sashimi. Waitress was helpful and had no issue with us tweaking some of the platter stuff - we requested no omelette or squid and this was not a problem. House wine was nice and the saki was a bit of fun, not my cup of tea but something a little different. We tried some weird dessert - I can't remember the name but it was described as Japanese Turkish delight. I was the only one that liked it, an acquired taste. We were all very content with Michie. Will go back again.

Michie Sushi (Ranelagh)

DoloresHayes
Dublin
19 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 14th December 2012 (visited 13 December 2012 )

At 9pm last night I called to book a table for Michie Sushi as I had heard good things about it from a friend. I was told by a youngish girl on the phone that the kitchen closes at 10pm and I said that was no problem, we would be there well before that. 9;30/9:45 ish. She said "you'd wanna be here by ten to 10 as thats when last orders are taken." I said ok thats fine. We got into the car in Howth, and when we were on Camden Street we got a call (at exactly 9:45 I might add) asking where we were. My boyfriend's number was the one I gave so he spoke to the caller. They told us we wouldn't make it on time and not to come. We were 2 minutes away. I was so annoyed. And hungry. In this economy, it's the restaurants that are adding little touches and giving that little bit more to entice and to keep customers. The ones that have not rolled with the punches are the ones we read about that are closing. Guess which category I think Michie Sushi falls into? And I didn't even get to go there...

Michie Sushi (Ranelagh)

bunagh
Dublin
3 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 02nd May 2012 (visited 4 April 2012 )

I've only gotten take-away from Michie (hence the lower score for atmosphere I can't somment but it looks nice), but its always been great. Very good sushi!

Michie Sushi (Ranelagh)

octo
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 18th September 2011 (visited 18 September 2011 )

Maybe I was there on a bad night, but I just can't see how this place has earned such positive reviews. The sushi was disappointingly bland - the sashimi consisted of tuna and salmon, that's it - the two most boring sashimis. The soba was what you'd cook yourself. It was all just about adequate, but not at all like even a cheap sushi restauarnt in Japan. But the atmosphere was what really diminished the experience. People kept trotting hurriedly in and out, ordering and collecting takeaways, leaving doors open, sitting on stools staring at those of us in the seats. Like a yuppie chippers, but without the amusing cameraderie. The furniture was cheap and hard and uncomfortable, the lighting and decor was bright and luminous. Having said all that, the staff were friendly, helpful and efficient - plenty of green tea. And the cost wasn't unreasonable at all.

Michie Sushi (Ranelagh)

yummy84
Dublin
43 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 23rd August 2011 (visited 19 July 2011 )

Went for lunch with a couple of friends and we were all very happy with the overall experience. Definitly best choice of sushi in Dublin that I know of. I will definitly come back here again and I am looking forward to getting takeaway.

Michie Sushi (Ranelagh)

Nia826
Dublin
20 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 26th June 2011 (visited 25 June 2011 )

After being advised that this place had the best sushi in Dublin I had to go along and find out for myself. My usual sushi dining partner came with to get two opinions...We walked in and as expected with a place with capacity for 20 people it's quite cozy, we were seated immediately and furnished with menus by a really pleasant waitress. After a long look at a very good menu we decided on a large sushi platter to share and we were not disappointed, everything was fresh, tasty and perfectly presented. It was a struggle to finish the whole platter but we gave it our best efforts. While it is a small place it is definitely a favourite of mine from now on!

Michie Sushi (Ranelagh)

tasty food
Dublin
20 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 23rd June 2011 (visited 14 June 2011 )

haven't eaten in but use often for takeaway. superb temaki cones and sushi rolls. love the tuna sashimi and the nigiri slices. any visit greatly enhanced by a hello/chat with the owner who has brought sushi to a new level in Ireland (i scored value less than 5 only because I don't thiig the salmon is as good as everything else...)

Michie Sushi (Ranelagh)

deft
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 24th May 2011 (visited 15 May 2011 )

The owner is not Japanese, but has trained in Japan and London. My wife and I are regulars and really love the food. While it is not up to the standard of sushi that you would get in the best restuaruants in Japan, it is the best that you can get in Ireland. I have tasted th food in most of the Japanese eestablishments in Dublin. I have also eaten in Paris and Yokohama and Tokyo. The food is authentic Japanese not a western variation to cater for local tastes. My son loves the sushi rice, which is excellent. If you like sushi then the large mixed platter is well worth it for two. Also like the chiken katsu curry and the prawns. Worth investigating also is the sake which even though there is only one choice is rather nice, definitely worth going back for.

Michie Sushi (Ranelagh)

Darstar
Dublin
13 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 24th May 2011 (visited 18 May 2011 )

I ate here for the first time last week for lunch...well actually i got a take-out Veggie Combo box and i was seriously impressed. Firstly this restaurant is a hidden gem - down a wee laneway off Ranelagh, its so small it has a sliding door to save on space! The staff are exceptionally nice, and offered me green tea whilst i waited for the food to be ready. The food was yum and such good value: 2 x 6 piece sushi roll, 2 omlette pieces, 2 inari pieces and wasabi and ginger etc all for bargain 9euro. You cannot get better value anywhere in Dublin. I'm going back for more today for lunch :)

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