About Tahk Omakase Sushi
We’re the first true Japanese sushi restaurant in Steamboat and follow the traditional sushi style called Edo-Mae and Izakaya. The Edo-Mae style of sushi refers to serving the highest quality sushi-grade fish from the Toyosu Fish Market in Japan. Izakaya refers to traditional hot plate options, such as tempura and marinated grilled foods.
“Amazing sushi in a surprising location. Some of the best nigiri we’ve ever had, very cozy location, and great service too.“
Tahk Omakase Sushi was built on a simple premise – that world-class sushi and Japanese food can be served anywhere if there is a commitment to procuring the freshest ingredients with amazing chefs.
Yes, it may be unusual to find a restaurant of this caliber in a mountain town instead of in NY, SF, or Tokyo, but spend an evening with us and you’ll experience a dining experience you won’t soon forget.
The Tokyo Beginnings
Chef Tahk travels to Tokyo to experience the culture and tradition of class Japanese cooking.
Chef Tahk moves to Aspen to work at Takah Sushi, the first traditional Japanese restaurant in Aspen, founded in 1982. This is one of Aspen’s most immersive dining experiences.
MICHELIN STAR WINNER
Chef Tahk moves to San Francisco in 2015 and works at The Omakase Group, which goes on to win a Michelin star in 2016. The bar is set.
tahk sushi opens in steamboat
Chef Tahk brings his brand to Steamboat, to deliver world-class sushi to locals and visitors.
A NEW EXPANSION: NOW OPEN
We’ve moved the Omakase Experience upstairs and expanded our lounge area with spirit from Japan and around the world.