Sushi Sasabune

★★★★★

About Sushi Sasabune

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Mon., Sun. CLOSED;Tue. - Sat. 12am - 10pm

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Our meal here was highly dissapointing..We are sushi fanatics and love Sushi of Gari and Sushi Seki in NY ..We had been to Sasabune in LA and wanted to try NYC location.It was not good...It really had no special flavorings and some of the

3
★★★★★

Our meal here was highly dissapointing..We are sushi fanatics and love Sushi of Gari and Sushi Seki in NY ..We had been to Sasabune in LA and wanted to try NYC location.It was not good...It really had no special flavorings and some of the

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I'm an avid sushi eater from NYC and I've been to Japan. I do my fair share of fine dining. This restaurant was much more expensive than I expected (and I'm not cheap). It cost $270 per couple. That included the prix fix menu and a $60

3
★★★★★

I'm an avid sushi eater from NYC and I've been to Japan. I do my fair share of fine dining. This restaurant was much more expensive than I expected (and I'm not cheap). It cost $270 per couple. That included the prix fix menu and a $60

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Great food, but a bit pricey. Atmosphere needs work. Overall, a very good experience

2
★★★★☆

Great food, but a bit pricey. Atmosphere needs work. Overall, a very good experience

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this is difference from others.

2
★★★★★

this is difference from others.

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From the outside it looks like a regular sushi place where people normally order take out or delivery, but don't let it fool you. This place by far is one of the best sushi place in NYC. They literally fly the fish from Japan!! Talk about fresh!! The price is a little in the high side and there's no menu. The sushi master will create whatever he desires that day and it is up to you to eat it. If this sounds scary, don't be, because his creation are spectacular! If you like fresh sushi and sashimi like the ones they have in Japan.... going to the UES is shorter ride than to Tokyo.

2
★★★★★

From the outside it looks like a regular sushi place where people normally order take out or delivery, but don't let it fool you. This place by far is one of the best sushi place in NYC. They literally fly the fish from Japan!! Talk about fresh!! The price is a little in the high side and there's no menu. The sushi master will create whatever he desires that day and it is up to you to eat it. If this sounds scary, don't be, because his creation are spectacular! If you like fresh sushi and sashimi like the ones they have in Japan.... going to the UES is shorter ride than to Tokyo.

Pros: Best sushi in NYC

Cons: Small Restaurant

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The best sushi I had in NYC!! I went there several times and never disappointed, sit in the sushi bar if possible. Omakase only, the chef make the next piece of sushi only after you finished your piece, the rice in the sushi is still warm while you eat it. Kumamoto oysters, abalone sashimi (whole) in half shell, uni and salmon roe, etc, everything that I was served was top quality and fresh. Highly recommended.

2
★★★★★

The best sushi I had in NYC!! I went there several times and never disappointed, sit in the sushi bar if possible. Omakase only, the chef make the next piece of sushi only after you finished your piece, the rice in the sushi is still warm while you eat it. Kumamoto oysters, abalone sashimi (whole) in half shell, uni and salmon roe, etc, everything that I was served was top quality and fresh. Highly recommended.

Pros: Top quality sushi, excellent service, fresh ingredients

Cons: Decoration is average

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This was my first experience with this place. Excellent quality fish--nearly every piece melted in my mouth. I like sushi, but NOW i can see why people love sushi so much. Tiny, so quarters are tight.

4
★★★★☆

This was my first experience with this place. Excellent quality fish--nearly every piece melted in my mouth. I like sushi, but NOW i can see why people love sushi so much. Tiny, so quarters are tight.

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My BF's and I have been to the Honolulu and NYC restraurants and they are simply the best ever for sushi. We talk about our meals there all the time and in fact we are going there tonight to celebrate the one year anniversary of finding the restraurant in Honolulu. It is that good! Our next step is to complete the Susi Sasbune trifecta and go to the one in LA.

2
★★★★★

My BF's and I have been to the Honolulu and NYC restraurants and they are simply the best ever for sushi. We talk about our meals there all the time and in fact we are going there tonight to celebrate the one year anniversary of finding the restraurant in Honolulu. It is that good! Our next step is to complete the Susi Sasbune trifecta and go to the one in LA.

Pros: Best sushi anywhere and service is excellent

Cons: NONE

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I found these reviews online and took a chance (I've only been in NYC for 7 months). My BF actually congratulated me on finding a "steal" (he's from here). We sat within seconds of arriving on a Friday night with reservations made at 4pm that day! We told the server what we didn't like and then we ate the freshest sushi I have ever had in my life! I eat sushi and often! Our service was fantastic! We especially appreciated the little tips on soy sauce/no soy sauce. Although I have to admit it wasn't a posh atmosphere, we had a dinner that we still talk about three months later and inspired me to write this review! We will be back!

2
★★★★★

I found these reviews online and took a chance (I've only been in NYC for 7 months). My BF actually congratulated me on finding a "steal" (he's from here). We sat within seconds of arriving on a Friday night with reservations made at 4pm that day! We told the server what we didn't like and then we ate the freshest sushi I have ever had in my life! I eat sushi and often! Our service was fantastic! We especially appreciated the little tips on soy sauce/no soy sauce. Although I have to admit it wasn't a posh atmosphere, we had a dinner that we still talk about three months later and inspired me to write this review! We will be back!

Pros: Fresh, fresh, fresh; attentive waitstaff

Cons: smaller space, not a lot of frills

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I have lived in NYC for over 30 years and have been to all the big name sushi restaurants: Masa, Kuruma Zushi, Blue Ribbon, Sushi Yasuda, Sushi of Gari, Bond Street, Sushi Sen-nin (just to name a small handful). Sasabune absolutely destroys all of them. The prices are totally fair for what you are getting, and the service is excellent. Good wine and sake list, and the servers are very helpful in making a selection. Seating is very limited though, so unless you're planning on going before 6:30pm or so, I would advise making a reservation. If you are a sushi lover and you haven't tried this place, you are really denying yourself a great experience.

2
★★★★★

I have lived in NYC for over 30 years and have been to all the big name sushi restaurants: Masa, Kuruma Zushi, Blue Ribbon, Sushi Yasuda, Sushi of Gari, Bond Street, Sushi Sen-nin (just to name a small handful). Sasabune absolutely destroys all of them. The prices are totally fair for what you are getting, and the service is excellent. Good wine and sake list, and the servers are very helpful in making a selection. Seating is very limited though, so unless you're planning on going before 6:30pm or so, I would advise making a reservation. If you are a sushi lover and you haven't tried this place, you are really denying yourself a great experience.

Pros: Best sushi anywhere, excellent service, good value given the quality

Cons: Cramped, limited seating, blah location

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To call this a sushi place is almost an insult to the chefs there. Definitely not for noivce. The fish is very fresh of course. Rice is warm, which strangely, brings out the best taste of the flesh. It's not cheap. We spend $350 for 2 cause we order 2 bottles of sake & additional sashimi. The abalone is great.

This place is definitely for sushi purists only.

2
★★★★★

To call this a sushi place is almost an insult to the chefs there. Definitely not for noivce. The fish is very fresh of course. Rice is warm, which strangely, brings out the best taste of the flesh. It's not cheap. We spend $350 for 2 cause we order 2 bottles of sake & additional sashimi. The abalone is great.

This place is definitely for sushi purists only.

Pros: Can't get any fresher. Authentic

Cons: Expensive. Can't linger around.

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I love how cute this place is. Also they are very sweet and inviting- you feel like part of the family, not just a customer. and the chef is an incredible stickler for freshness. I know that he chooses fish by hand every day at the seaport. This guy is no joke and will only serve the best. :)

2
★★★★★

I love how cute this place is. Also they are very sweet and inviting- you feel like part of the family, not just a customer. and the chef is an incredible stickler for freshness. I know that he chooses fish by hand every day at the seaport. This guy is no joke and will only serve the best. :)

Pros: freshest and best

Cons: Too far from my house!

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This place rocks, it's a great omakase joint that's not hideously expensive despite the quality of its ingredients. Sit at the bar and let the master take care of you.
That said, two things stand out: they need to pack the rice tighter, several times on repeat visits the rice crumbled as I was bringing the roll to my mouth. Also, if you go for the early seating, you might feel rushed (I eat slowly, granted).
That's the only 2 reasons I didn't give this place 5 stars.

2
★★★★☆

This place rocks, it's a great omakase joint that's not hideously expensive despite the quality of its ingredients. Sit at the bar and let the master take care of you.
That said, two things stand out: they need to pack the rice tighter, several times on repeat visits the rice crumbled as I was bringing the roll to my mouth. Also, if you go for the early seating, you might feel rushed (I eat slowly, granted).
That's the only 2 reasons I didn't give this place 5 stars.

Pros: Great fish

Cons: Loose rice,

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I think you can only order the tasting menu, which is definitely what you want to do. Unlike other pretentious omakase menus in the city (i.e. Masa), this place has a laid-back, non-stuffy vibe. It's very small, so you will interact with the sushi chefs. And unlike a very traditional Japanese place (which has a time and a place), all of the courses come with creative sauces and dressings that really compliment the seafood. I had the most memorably fresh oysters in my life here. You can tell that there is exquisite attention to detail. Take a date here who really appreciates food, and she will be wildly impressed.

2
★★★★★

I think you can only order the tasting menu, which is definitely what you want to do. Unlike other pretentious omakase menus in the city (i.e. Masa), this place has a laid-back, non-stuffy vibe. It's very small, so you will interact with the sushi chefs. And unlike a very traditional Japanese place (which has a time and a place), all of the courses come with creative sauces and dressings that really compliment the seafood. I had the most memorably fresh oysters in my life here. You can tell that there is exquisite attention to detail. Take a date here who really appreciates food, and she will be wildly impressed.

Pros: MIndblowing food

Cons: Small, quiet ambience, limited menu options

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I have been there twice now, and I can't wait to go back again! The freshness and the quality of the seafood is among the best I have had in the city. Even though the plates are small, and most of them would take no more than a minute or two to consume, you will be quite full at the end of the meal. This is a great place to impress a date if he or she isn't afraid of eating raw seafood of all sorts. The decor is somewhat lacking, and the service isn't terribly great if you aren't at the suchi bar, but the staff does aim to please. Make a reservation before hand, and, if you want a smooth flow of dishes yet not so fast so that you are getting a new one every 2 or 3 minutes, I think 6:30-7 pm during a weekday should be about perfect.

During both of my visits I requested an encore at the end of the meal--another blue crab roll the first time, and one more sea urchin the second time (I have never had such a large and great tasting serving of sea urchin except when I was in Tokyo)--and my bills came to about 100$ before tax and tip. Some signature dishes do not seem to change much--like the albacore/octopus/oyster trio at the start, and the crab roll at the end, so I wonder whether it would be fun after 3 or 4 visits. The sushi rice is warm, which is pleasant in your mouth, but sometimes it falls apart too easily. Finally, I wish they would serve some desert at the end--anything, jelly or ice cream would do. But I suppose such ordinary desert would be anti-climatic after what come before.

2
★★★★★

I have been there twice now, and I can't wait to go back again! The freshness and the quality of the seafood is among the best I have had in the city. Even though the plates are small, and most of them would take no more than a minute or two to consume, you will be quite full at the end of the meal. This is a great place to impress a date if he or she isn't afraid of eating raw seafood of all sorts. The decor is somewhat lacking, and the service isn't terribly great if you aren't at the suchi bar, but the staff does aim to please. Make a reservation before hand, and, if you want a smooth flow of dishes yet not so fast so that you are getting a new one every 2 or 3 minutes, I think 6:30-7 pm during a weekday should be about perfect.

During both of my visits I requested an encore at the end of the meal--another blue crab roll the first time, and one more sea urchin the second time (I have never had such a large and great tasting serving of sea urchin except when I was in Tokyo)--and my bills came to about 100$ before tax and tip. Some signature dishes do not seem to change much--like the albacore/octopus/oyster trio at the start, and the crab roll at the end, so I wonder whether it would be fun after 3 or 4 visits. The sushi rice is warm, which is pleasant in your mouth, but sometimes it falls apart too easily. Finally, I wish they would serve some desert at the end--anything, jelly or ice cream would do. But I suppose such ordinary desert would be anti-climatic after what come before.

Pros: Fresh seafood, lots of variety, one-of-a-kind sushi restaurant, expensive but worth it.

Cons: So-so ambience, no desert, no clear pricing (no menu)

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the fish here is incredibly fresh. the omakase exceeds sushi of gari but is lighter on your wallet. just tell your server what you don't eat, and allow the chef to do the rest. the sashimi starter is sublime, as is the king crab roll finish. in between are several courses of sushi, paired to highlight eachother, and are served on warm rice (it brings out natural oils in the fish for maximum flavor). definitely my favorite sushi restaurant in the city, i try to come as often as i can. price ranges from $65-70 per person depending on what the chef serves. he takes requests after the omakase if you're still hungry. call ahead for reservations...

2
★★★★★

the fish here is incredibly fresh. the omakase exceeds sushi of gari but is lighter on your wallet. just tell your server what you don't eat, and allow the chef to do the rest. the sashimi starter is sublime, as is the king crab roll finish. in between are several courses of sushi, paired to highlight eachother, and are served on warm rice (it brings out natural oils in the fish for maximum flavor). definitely my favorite sushi restaurant in the city, i try to come as often as i can. price ranges from $65-70 per person depending on what the chef serves. he takes requests after the omakase if you're still hungry. call ahead for reservations...

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Everyone seems to be calling this an amazing SUSHI joint.. but it was totally MEDIOCRE.
The temperature of the rice was a little too warm and the nigiri (sushi) wasn't shaped nicely.
I think the customers feel special at this joint because the menu is Omakase(pre-fix) ONLY. Also, the white small plates made me feel like I was at a caroussel sushi joint.

Two of us ordered a small bottle of beer each and the bill came out to be around $220 together with tax and tip. NOT worth the price.

1
★★★☆☆

Everyone seems to be calling this an amazing SUSHI joint.. but it was totally MEDIOCRE.
The temperature of the rice was a little too warm and the nigiri (sushi) wasn't shaped nicely.
I think the customers feel special at this joint because the menu is Omakase(pre-fix) ONLY. Also, the white small plates made me feel like I was at a caroussel sushi joint.

Two of us ordered a small bottle of beer each and the bill came out to be around $220 together with tax and tip. NOT worth the price.

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I've tried many of the mainstream upscale Japanese restaurants in NYC and finally decided to go for a more delicate/authentic experience. After doing much review, I decided to go to Sasabune on a Saturday for their famous Omakase. The reservation was made for 7, but after being stuck in traffic, we were delighted to when we were seated promptly at 8.

We were asked if we wanted to order drinks, what we didn't want to eat. Once these questions were answered, the show began. Sushi were served in pairs on a very simple white dish, but all of it tasted divine. The butterfish on rice surround by seaweed was the star of the night, and the bluecrab roll got better with each bite. The tab came to 170 for two and with a small bottle of Sake, I'd definitely come to this place again!

2
★★★★★

I've tried many of the mainstream upscale Japanese restaurants in NYC and finally decided to go for a more delicate/authentic experience. After doing much review, I decided to go to Sasabune on a Saturday for their famous Omakase. The reservation was made for 7, but after being stuck in traffic, we were delighted to when we were seated promptly at 8.

We were asked if we wanted to order drinks, what we didn't want to eat. Once these questions were answered, the show began. Sushi were served in pairs on a very simple white dish, but all of it tasted divine. The butterfish on rice surround by seaweed was the star of the night, and the bluecrab roll got better with each bite. The tab came to 170 for two and with a small bottle of Sake, I'd definitely come to this place again!

Pros: Amazing Fish, Friendly Service, Excellent Value

Cons: Cramped, Few Seats

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Sit at the expanded sushi bar (try lunchtime- not so crowded) and get ready for an amazing experience- from the starter of albacore sashimi to the ending of a blue crab handroll, each piece of sushi is better than the next. I am so addicted I end up going almost weekly. Not cheap, but a great value as the quality is unmatched in the area.

No menu, so this is not really sushi for beginners, but if you love sushi, you MUST try this place.

2
★★★★★

Sit at the expanded sushi bar (try lunchtime- not so crowded) and get ready for an amazing experience- from the starter of albacore sashimi to the ending of a blue crab handroll, each piece of sushi is better than the next. I am so addicted I end up going almost weekly. Not cheap, but a great value as the quality is unmatched in the area.

No menu, so this is not really sushi for beginners, but if you love sushi, you MUST try this place.

Pros: The sushi is so amazingly delicious!!!

Cons: could use a bit more work on the decor

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I ate at Sasabune last night... I would have to agree with all of the reviews and give it one of my highest ratings for a sushi restaurant (the fish is of very high quality). I really enjoyed the experience here. You walk in, order a drink if you like, tell the waitress what you don't like and then you just sit, relax and enjoy. They started last night with albacore in a soy/wasabe plate and then the sushi came on small plates with two pieces each time; you consistently wait the same amount of time between each dish. The waitress politely tells you what pieces you should eat with soy and which ones not. The evening ended with one of the best rolls I've ever enjoyed, it was a fresh crab roll, very plain, but so savory. In a 'joking' matter, when I was paying the bill, I was able to think of the experience I had while still tasting that roll! I would go here on a weekend night even though there's little decor and being so far out of the way for me. It's $65/person.

2
★★★★★

I ate at Sasabune last night... I would have to agree with all of the reviews and give it one of my highest ratings for a sushi restaurant (the fish is of very high quality). I really enjoyed the experience here. You walk in, order a drink if you like, tell the waitress what you don't like and then you just sit, relax and enjoy. They started last night with albacore in a soy/wasabe plate and then the sushi came on small plates with two pieces each time; you consistently wait the same amount of time between each dish. The waitress politely tells you what pieces you should eat with soy and which ones not. The evening ended with one of the best rolls I've ever enjoyed, it was a fresh crab roll, very plain, but so savory. In a 'joking' matter, when I was paying the bill, I was able to think of the experience I had while still tasting that roll! I would go here on a weekend night even though there's little decor and being so far out of the way for me. It's $65/person.

Pros: Food

Cons: No background music

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I cannot stand sushi and I absolutely love this place. It only took my friend who raved about the one in L.A. a month of convincing to get me to go and it was so worth the trip..granted I live across the street but if I lived anywhere else I would travel just to go here. I have never tasted fish so fresh in my entire life!! Just to give you an idea they close the restaurant if the fish market is closed. Having said that....call to make sure they are open. Thank you Sasabune for making me love sushi....but only yours :-)

1
★★★☆☆

I cannot stand sushi and I absolutely love this place. It only took my friend who raved about the one in L.A. a month of convincing to get me to go and it was so worth the trip..granted I live across the street but if I lived anywhere else I would travel just to go here. I have never tasted fish so fresh in my entire life!! Just to give you an idea they close the restaurant if the fish market is closed. Having said that....call to make sure they are open. Thank you Sasabune for making me love sushi....but only yours :-)

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With the most no frills sushi experience in NYC, what Sasabune lacks in decor it makes up for in fantastic sushi. Fresh, complex, rare, and expertly crafted and paced, this eating experience is out of this world. Easily the best sushi I've ever eaten in the whole country. You'll drop a significant percentage of your weekly paycheck, but it's totally worth it. You'll leave with a very happy stomach.

2
★★★★★

With the most no frills sushi experience in NYC, what Sasabune lacks in decor it makes up for in fantastic sushi. Fresh, complex, rare, and expertly crafted and paced, this eating experience is out of this world. Easily the best sushi I've ever eaten in the whole country. You'll drop a significant percentage of your weekly paycheck, but it's totally worth it. You'll leave with a very happy stomach.

Pros: Exquisite Food

Cons: Unromantic Space

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I was blown away by the freshness of sushi at sasabune. Its what sushi should be like. Try it all its wonderful(i prefer it better than nobu or sushi samba's sushi - it just doesn't compare)

2
★★★★★

I was blown away by the freshness of sushi at sasabune. Its what sushi should be like. Try it all its wonderful(i prefer it better than nobu or sushi samba's sushi - it just doesn't compare)

Pros: excellent food

Cons: can be pricey

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This is by far the best sushi anywhere. Incredible omakase with the freshest fish possible. The flavors are perfect as are the chef made speciality sauces. Thank the food gods that Kenji moved to NYC.

2
★★★★★

This is by far the best sushi anywhere. Incredible omakase with the freshest fish possible. The flavors are perfect as are the chef made speciality sauces. Thank the food gods that Kenji moved to NYC.

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The combination of incredibly fresh sushi, warm rice and the occasional of some subtle sauces and flavors makes for wonderful dining. It's all omakase (chef's choice) although they'll customize the offerings to avoid or include certain favorites on request. The decor is not special and unimportant. Go for the food.

2
★★★★★

The combination of incredibly fresh sushi, warm rice and the occasional of some subtle sauces and flavors makes for wonderful dining. It's all omakase (chef's choice) although they'll customize the offerings to avoid or include certain favorites on request. The decor is not special and unimportant. Go for the food.

Pros: Incredible food

Cons: Ambience

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The fish here is so fresh and the quality of the preparation is really wonderful. The place is very small and sometimes the service is not very prompt, but they certainly make up for it with friendliness. The staff seems genuinely enthusiastic about the food they are serving.

2
★★★★☆

The fish here is so fresh and the quality of the preparation is really wonderful. The place is very small and sometimes the service is not very prompt, but they certainly make up for it with friendliness. The staff seems genuinely enthusiastic about the food they are serving.

Pros: fantastic food, fresh sushi, friendly staff

Cons: , tiny quarters

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Because Y's is AMAZING. The seafood is incredibly fresh. The service is excellent. The atmosphere is serene and pleasant. Both the sushi chef and head chef demonstrate their artistic skill and food preparation prowess in each and every dish. We are regulars, and over and over again the fare is consistent, innovative, and delicious. The quality of your meal will equal its price. Choose to eat here and you will never be disappointed.

2
★★★★★

Because Y's is AMAZING. The seafood is incredibly fresh. The service is excellent. The atmosphere is serene and pleasant. Both the sushi chef and head chef demonstrate their artistic skill and food preparation prowess in each and every dish. We are regulars, and over and over again the fare is consistent, innovative, and delicious. The quality of your meal will equal its price. Choose to eat here and you will never be disappointed.

Pros: fresh sushi, excellent value, wonderful service

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Great Sushi for a great price- The Sushi deluxe includes fish that you don't typically find in platters. All dishes are fresh and well presented. Appetizers are creativity assembled. The maki is delicious because of the abundant amount of toasted black sesame. Desserts are great- Green Tea ice cream actually tastes like green tea. Staff is courteous and attentive. Overall a great dining experience. We are becoming regulars!

2
★★★★★

Great Sushi for a great price- The Sushi deluxe includes fish that you don't typically find in platters. All dishes are fresh and well presented. Appetizers are creativity assembled. The maki is delicious because of the abundant amount of toasted black sesame. Desserts are great- Green Tea ice cream actually tastes like green tea. Staff is courteous and attentive. Overall a great dining experience. We are becoming regulars!

Pros: fresh, creative, value

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My friends and I enjoyed an amazing dinner here the other night. The fish was the freshest I have had in a long time. We had no idea such a gem was in the neighborhood.

2
★★★★☆

My friends and I enjoyed an amazing dinner here the other night. The fish was the freshest I have had in a long time. We had no idea such a gem was in the neighborhood.

Pros: High Quality Food

Cons: Small Dining Room

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The food is excellent, great quality and quantity. The service is very friendly but a bit slow. However, they make up for it in complimentary sake and appetizers. A must eat at restaurant if you like Yasuda and Sushi Den.

2
★★★★★

The food is excellent, great quality and quantity. The service is very friendly but a bit slow. However, they make up for it in complimentary sake and appetizers. A must eat at restaurant if you like Yasuda and Sushi Den.

Pros: Quality, Quantity, Reasonable Price

Cons: A bit slow, Upper East Side

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Hiden on the side of first avenue at 73rd St, this small delightful Japanese restaurant is a surprise find! We visited at least ten times from New Jersey and value is consistently there.
Run by an owner of a major fish wholesaler, this place has all the fresh ingridients needed, including "toro", fatty tuna often hard to find in a smaller restaurant. Good friendly atomosphere and cozy ambiance makes it such a delight to be. The food and presentation is well balanced with the price. The restaurant has consistently given us the over-all worth for the money.

2
★★★★★

Hiden on the side of first avenue at 73rd St, this small delightful Japanese restaurant is a surprise find! We visited at least ten times from New Jersey and value is consistently there.
Run by an owner of a major fish wholesaler, this place has all the fresh ingridients needed, including "toro", fatty tuna often hard to find in a smaller restaurant. Good friendly atomosphere and cozy ambiance makes it such a delight to be. The food and presentation is well balanced with the price. The restaurant has consistently given us the over-all worth for the money.

Pros: Taste, Inovative, Presentation

Cons: Hard to find, Limited seats (30+), A little slow

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The appetizers are always innovative. The dishes are exceptionally prepared and presenation is wonderful. A great place to eat sushi on the upper eastside.

2
★★★★★

The appetizers are always innovative. The dishes are exceptionally prepared and presenation is wonderful. A great place to eat sushi on the upper eastside.

Pros: Sushi, Sake

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