According to a survey by Match, eating sushi on a first date increases your chances of having a second date by 170 percent. With Valentine's day right around the corner, I don't know about you, but I'm really starting to crave sushi. I did some of the dirty work for you and came up with this list of the top places for an effortless and easy sushi date in Richmond.

When Valentine's Day rolls around, why not chow down on some sushi and increase your odds (to an 170 percent chance) of being asked back for a second date.

Hiro Sushi

Located in a strip mall, this hidden gem is the perfect spot for a cozy sushi date in Richmond. With high quality ingredients, attentive service, and sushi that comes with adorable designs made out of sauces, what more could you ask for?

Osaka Sushi & Steak

Always busy and located right around the corner from the University of Richmond, Osaka is the perfect place for a more upscale sushi dinner. The specials are always fresh and constantly rotating. 

Sticky Rice

Known for their giant buckets of tater tots, head over to sticky rice for a more unconventional sushi experience. It's menu flaunts a ton of vegetarian options as well as noodles and unique sushi rolls (like tuna and grilled pineapple).

Akida Japanese

Akida is a cozy spot with just plain awesome sushi. Come here for lunch to try the delicious lunch specials and miss the dinner rush!

Sumo San

If the sushi doesn't lure you in here, the adorable Japanese style decorations on the walls sure will. Sumo San has perfected the art of setting the mood with its oriental, dimly lit atmosphere. Don't miss happy hour between 5 and 7- it includes cocktails and sushi!

Sushi King

If you are going on a date with one of those people that seems to have a never ending stomach, Sushi King is your place. Offering all-you-can-eat sushi for $13 at lunch or $20 at dinner, the quality of sushi is certainly not compromised by your ability to stuff your face.