The Restaurant

Sushi Sei - The flavours of home

The Japanese restaurant, dating back more than 10 years, awaits gastronomy‑lovers with an authentic menu and unique atmosphere. The elegant restaurant, located not far from Kolosy square in the heart of Óbuda district, combines innovative technology with traditional flavours, and the result: both Hungarian guests and Asian communities living here are awed.

The mission of Sushi Sei is to encourage the local community to get to know Japanese gastronomy. To achieve this goal, the perfect harmony of fresh, good‑quality ingredients and authentic tastes predominates all of our culinary compositions. Alongside various sushi options, the finest of the justly famous Japanese cuisine may be discovered in our refined selection: grilled salmon with teriyaki sauce, octopus salad, and roast beef strips with sesame-ginger sauce are only a few examples of the delicacies prepared here.

Whether you are a true sushi enthusiast or an ardent gastronomy adventurer seeking to be swept up by the unique combination of flavours of other countries, Sushi Sei awaits you with an elegant setting, a select menu, and first‑class service.

Leave the clamour of the city behind, break with the grayness of weekdays, and let yourself be enchanted by Sushi Sei’s peaceful atmosphere – your taste buds are guaranteed to be fondled by our dishes.

 

The Chef

Seiichi Kusumoto, EXECUTIVE CHEF

 

Seiichi was born in Himeji and raised in Osaka, the food capital of the world (*1). His childhood memories are crammed with the yummy Japanese cooking, especially Sushi. Seiichi decided to become a Sushi chef at the age of 15, and trained himself by working in the Sushi restaurant in Osaka for 10 years. Then Seiichi moved to Hiroshima to learn “Kaiseki” ( first class Japanese banquet dishes). After achieving these skills, Seiichi joined Zakoba Sushi, a famous and old Sushi restaurant in Osaka. Seiichi was headhunted in 1994 and moved to Hungary to fill the Executive Chef position of “Japán étterem”, the sole Japanese Restaurant in Hungary. 6 years later Seiichi established his own Japanese Restaurant “Sushi Sei”. In 2014 he sold the restaurant, but he is working as an Executive Chef. The new owners for one year built the best Japanese restaurant in Budapest. Kusumoto san taking care about the quality of authentic taste.

(*1)  Booth Michael (2009-07-13). “Osaka – the world’s greatest food city”The Guardian.

food critic François Simon of Le Figaro

Events

Awards

Best of Budapest Hungary 2014
Best of Budapest Hungary 2015
Best of Budapest Hungary 2016

Career

Ha Ön is szeretne tagja lenni a Sushi Sei étterem lelkes és dinamikus csapatának, kérjük küldje el önéletrajzát, a betölteni kívánt pozíció megjelölésével az info@sushisei.hu email címre, hogy adatbázisunkban rögzíthessük. Amennyiben tapasztalatának és szakmai végzettségének megfelelő állásajánlattal rendelkezünk, az önéletrajzban megadott elérhetőségek egyikén felvesszük Önnel a kapcsolatot.

Aktuális állásajánlataink:

Felszolgáló
Elvárás:
- szakirányú végzettség
- min. 2 éves éttermi tapasztalat
- angol nyelv magabiztos, legalább középfokú ismerete
Konyhai kisegítő

Elvárás:
-
megbízható, önmagára igényes hozzáállás
- min. 2 éves konyhai tapasztalat

Amit nyújtunk:
- kiváló munkakörülmények
- versenyképes jövedelem
- jó hangulatú, összetartó csapat
- hosszú távú munkalehetőség

Contact Us

Address: 1036 Budapest Bécsi út 58.
Tel.: +36-30/435-05-67
+36-1/240-40-65

Irma Héder
Owner, Managing Director
heder.irma@sushisei.hu

Beáta Bagu
Manager
bagu.beata@sushisei.hu
| +36 30 506 86 89

Györgyi Tóvaj
Sales and Marketing Manager
tovaj.gyorgyi@sushisei.hu
| +36 30 595 8668

Opening hours:

  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday: 12:00PM - 10:00PM
    Kitchen closing: 9:30PM
  • Friday, Saturday: 12:00PM - 11:00PM
    Kitchen closing: 10:00PM