These are the most popular sushi delivery restaurants in Boston, according to Grubhub

A noodle and sushi place in South Boston takes the top spot.

Teriyaki House is a hybrid between Japanese and Chinese dishes, with teriyaki bowls, sushi, and plenty of wok options. The lobster rangoon appetizer is new to the menu, along with their spicy chicken wings. Address: 1110 Boylston St.
A sushi platter from Teriyaki House in South Boston. –Dina Rudick / The Boston Globe

When it comes to sushi, the Boston area is on a roll. In a recent article examining the most popular restaurants to order delivery from in Coolidge Corner, around one-third of the eateries listed sushi as one of the most-ordered menu items. While Bostonians more frequently associate lobster rolls, clam shacks, and ice cream shops with summer, a tray of California rolls is a pretty refreshing warm-weather treat. And much like Coolidge Corner, Boston is full of sushi spots that offer delivery. But which of them are the most popular?

Thanks to data from online food ordering company Grubhub, we were able to find out the 10 most popular sushi delivery spots in Boston that use the restaurant’s mobile and online ordering platforms from Wednesday, June 8 to Tuesday, June 14.

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1. Teriyaki House
32 W Broadway, South Boston

2. Symphony Sushi
45 Gainsborough St., Fenway

3. Moko
674 E Broadway, South Boston

The Coco Salmon and Wild Fire sushi rolls at Moko in South Boston.
The Coco Salmon and Wild Fire sushi rolls at Moko in South Boston. —Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe

4. Kayuga
1030 Commonwealth Ave., Allston

5. Genki Ya
232 Tremont St., Chinatown

6. Fin’s Japanese Sushi & Grill
62 Boylston St., Downtown

7. Rice Bowl
6 Hemenway St., Fenway/Kenmore

8. Irashai Sushi & Teriyaki
8 Kneeland St., Chinatown

9. Billy Tse Restaurant
240 Commercial St., North End

10. ZC Boston
801 Mass Ave., South End

Genki Ya: One of the sushi spots near campus, Genki Ya is one of the best values in the city. The restaurant serves a wide variety, from sushi to dumplings to scorpion bowls, and the place gets lively on the weekends. Address: 232 Tremont St., Boston
A sushi plate from Genki Ya on Tremont Street. —Dina Rudick / The Boston Globe

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