Montana might not have many sushi restaurants, but the quality is high and offer something different.

If there is one type of restaurant popular with young adults and teenagers, it has to be sushi. Sushi consists of raw fish wrapped in rice and seaweed. Many sushi rolls come with additional items such as sauces, toppings, and more. If you aren't into eating raw fish, many sushi restaurants have cooked sushi rolls to enjoy.

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Here in the Gallatin Valley, we have several sushi restaurants packed with patrons during lunch and dinner. Why is that? Buying one or two sushi rolls is affordable and easy to share with friends.

Plus, people enjoy the freshness sushi rolls offer compared to other foods. If you are looking for a high-quality sushi restaurant in Montana, we are here to help.

Photo by Jakub Dziubak via Unsplash
Photo by Jakub Dziubak via Unsplash

We looked around the state for the best-rated sushi restaurants, asked our listeners for their top picks, and compiled a list of the ten best in Montana.

These incredible sushi restaurants can be found all over Montana. There are multiple selections in cities like Missoula, Bozeman, and Billings because sushi spots are in high demand in those locations.

Photo by Andraz Lazic via Unsplash
Photo by Andraz Lazic via Unsplash

We did find a few sushi spots in smaller towns in Montana that could be considered hidden gems. So we had to include them on this list.

If you want to try something new or try sushi for the first time, these restaurants will surely give you a fantastic experience in that world.

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