Atoyama Sushi

★★★★☆
  • 11 W 36th St

    New York, NY 10018

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  • 212-967-9541

About Atoyama Sushi

Hours
Monday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM Tuesday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM Wednesday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM Thursday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM Friday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM Saturday 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM Sunday 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM

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The food is hit and miss depending on who the chefs are that day. Some make the food presentable, others not at all. The prices are higher and the food is mediocre. The service is the worst EVER. I refuse to re-enter the place. I

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★★★★★

The food is hit and miss depending on who the chefs are that day. Some make the food presentable, others not at all. The prices are higher and the food is mediocre. The service is the worst EVER. I refuse to re-enter the place. I

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I always ask for delivery from this place,because it is near where I work. The food over there is not much to complain. Their Age tofu and Fried Udon is bit greasy to my taste.But overall, They have really great food over there. I love their tiger eyes( which is squid stuffed with shrimp and seeweeds ) Their Pumpkin roll is lovely too, bigger than other sushi place I have tried. and it is hot and Fresh, and crunchy just the right way. Well, I have to run down a big list of food that I like about theirs.

I called this place today, and the person who answer my phone speaks really fast English that I don't really understand what she was saying. I am not complaining about her accent though. She first put me on hold for 1 minute and 40 seconds without telling me before. So I was sitting there , with phone next to my ear, listening to the vague conversation she had with other people. It was bit disappointing ,annoying. then I have to hang up and call again. She did say sorry When I mentioned that she was ignoring me before. I forgive her. maybe she works too hard, maybe the boss needs to hire more people so the server can provide a better service to their customer.

I read about someone's comment about the slow delivery speed as I was waiting for my food to arrive.. I was hungry, So I timed it. 42 Minutes. I mean It wasn't bad. But don't order for delivery from them if you are in a rush or if you are hungry.

1
★★★☆☆

I always ask for delivery from this place,because it is near where I work. The food over there is not much to complain. Their Age tofu and Fried Udon is bit greasy to my taste.But overall, They have really great food over there. I love their tiger eyes( which is squid stuffed with shrimp and seeweeds ) Their Pumpkin roll is lovely too, bigger than other sushi place I have tried. and it is hot and Fresh, and crunchy just the right way. Well, I have to run down a big list of food that I like about theirs.

I called this place today, and the person who answer my phone speaks really fast English that I don't really understand what she was saying. I am not complaining about her accent though. She first put me on hold for 1 minute and 40 seconds without telling me before. So I was sitting there , with phone next to my ear, listening to the vague conversation she had with other people. It was bit disappointing ,annoying. then I have to hang up and call again. She did say sorry When I mentioned that she was ignoring me before. I forgive her. maybe she works too hard, maybe the boss needs to hire more people so the server can provide a better service to their customer.

I read about someone's comment about the slow delivery speed as I was waiting for my food to arrive.. I was hungry, So I timed it. 42 Minutes. I mean It wasn't bad. But don't order for delivery from them if you are in a rush or if you are hungry.

Pros: good food

Cons: ok delivery speed, front desk lady is not so considerate.

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We had a great dinner at the Toyama Sushi. We took the chefs selection for two (it is called omakase) and it was all worth the money if not even more than that. Prices are anyhow quite reasonable for a mid town sushi place. Service was quick and very friendly. I definitly recommend to go there if you are interested in excellent reasonable priced raw fish selection. If you are looking for the sushi place where all the wannabes want to be seen a show them self, this is the wrong place... continue to go to the "sushi of gari" or other overprices palces...

2
★★★★★

We had a great dinner at the Toyama Sushi. We took the chefs selection for two (it is called omakase) and it was all worth the money if not even more than that. Prices are anyhow quite reasonable for a mid town sushi place. Service was quick and very friendly. I definitly recommend to go there if you are interested in excellent reasonable priced raw fish selection. If you are looking for the sushi place where all the wannabes want to be seen a show them self, this is the wrong place... continue to go to the "sushi of gari" or other overprices palces...

Pros: price, service level, quality of fish, selection of fish

Cons: atmosphere is the only thing they could do a little better

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Toyama Sushi was so amazing that I can't imagine ever going back.

Wait, what did I just say?

No, you heard me correctly. When something is just so once-in-a-lifetime amazing, it can't be duplicated.

Eating at Toyama Sushi isn't a meal. It's an experience. I would recomemnd to anyone.

2
★★★★☆

Toyama Sushi was so amazing that I can't imagine ever going back.

Wait, what did I just say?

No, you heard me correctly. When something is just so once-in-a-lifetime amazing, it can't be duplicated.

Eating at Toyama Sushi isn't a meal. It's an experience. I would recomemnd to anyone.

Pros: decor,food,staff

Cons: none

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Decided to try for the first time at Toyamai a few weeks ago after the recommendation of a friend. I was pretty impressed! I'm not a sushi expert but it tasted good for me, The food was fresh and we didn't have to wait too long. Will probably go back to Toyama at some point in the near future.

2
★★★★☆

Decided to try for the first time at Toyamai a few weeks ago after the recommendation of a friend. I was pretty impressed! I'm not a sushi expert but it tasted good for me, The food was fresh and we didn't have to wait too long. Will probably go back to Toyama at some point in the near future.

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Sushi is amazing here. We went for lunch, and they have fresh fish with great lunch deals.
Our server was horrible. He was rude, abrupt and rushed. I would go back on an off hour versus the crazy lunch hour.

2
★★★★☆

Sushi is amazing here. We went for lunch, and they have fresh fish with great lunch deals.
Our server was horrible. He was rude, abrupt and rushed. I would go back on an off hour versus the crazy lunch hour.

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I had given up on sushi until I had the sushi at Toyama. I was pleasantly surprised on how delicious it was but we often place our orders for delivery and it ends up taking over an hour to deliver. We called various times and were told that our food was on the way - good sushi or not, we arent too happy with the service and doubt we will be ordering from here in the future

1
★★★☆☆

I had given up on sushi until I had the sushi at Toyama. I was pleasantly surprised on how delicious it was but we often place our orders for delivery and it ends up taking over an hour to deliver. We called various times and were told that our food was on the way - good sushi or not, we arent too happy with the service and doubt we will be ordering from here in the future

Pros: Very Fresh Sushi

Cons: Terrible Delivery Times

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I am a BIG sushi lover! I live in Brooklyn and typically go to Chikurin (cant beat good sushi for $2.50 a roll); but this is the city and naturally everything is more expansive. Sushi here costs on average of $5.00 per a roll (6) which is actually pretty cheap for the city! Most importantly the sushi quality is amazing (a lot better then chikurin even!). Service is top notch as well; a lot better then some of the fancy restaurants that I have been to. I highly recommend!

2
★★★★★

I am a BIG sushi lover! I live in Brooklyn and typically go to Chikurin (cant beat good sushi for $2.50 a roll); but this is the city and naturally everything is more expansive. Sushi here costs on average of $5.00 per a roll (6) which is actually pretty cheap for the city! Most importantly the sushi quality is amazing (a lot better then chikurin even!). Service is top notch as well; a lot better then some of the fancy restaurants that I have been to. I highly recommend!

Pros: Great tasting sushi!

Cons: Should go more often!

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Toyama sushi is one of the best sushi restaurants I have ever been to. The atmosphere is great, the service is good, the sushi is delicious and the presentation is amazing! To everybody who loves sushi: go check this place out.

2
★★★★★

Toyama sushi is one of the best sushi restaurants I have ever been to. The atmosphere is great, the service is good, the sushi is delicious and the presentation is amazing! To everybody who loves sushi: go check this place out.

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I have tried a lot of sushi places but I keep going back to Toyama, I love this place! For the real sushi lovers, you should try the Toyama roll. The food is really great and the way they serve it is just spectacular. They have sushi for everybody from experts to beginners, and even vegetarians.

2
★★★★★

I have tried a lot of sushi places but I keep going back to Toyama, I love this place! For the real sushi lovers, you should try the Toyama roll. The food is really great and the way they serve it is just spectacular. They have sushi for everybody from experts to beginners, and even vegetarians.

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I love this sushi restaurant. The Dinosaur roll is the best I?ve ever had and the service is great. Wait staff is nice and the way the food presentation is beautiful. If you are looking for a great sushi restaurant... look no further, this is it!

2
★★★★★

I love this sushi restaurant. The Dinosaur roll is the best I?ve ever had and the service is great. Wait staff is nice and the way the food presentation is beautiful. If you are looking for a great sushi restaurant... look no further, this is it!

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The food is spectacular ? especially if you like sushi like I do. They serve sushi as if it was art. I was tempted to not eat it because it looked too beautiful but then I took a taste and it melted in my mouth. I highly recommend this restaurant to everyone that loves Japanese cuisine! I enjoyed my meal from start to finish.

2
★★★★★

The food is spectacular ? especially if you like sushi like I do. They serve sushi as if it was art. I was tempted to not eat it because it looked too beautiful but then I took a taste and it melted in my mouth. I highly recommend this restaurant to everyone that loves Japanese cuisine! I enjoyed my meal from start to finish.

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After wandering around the area south of Bryant Park for half an hour, searching for ANYwhere that was serving dinner (there are many cafes and lunch places around here but they all shut down for the evening), my friend and I were lucky to stumble upon Toyama. Opened just three weeks ago, the small restaurant was clearly eager to please. Service was incredibly attentive through the night--when we asked for a beverage menu (there were bottles lined up behind the sushi bar), they apologized that they are waiting on a liquor license--but generously offered to go out and pick up some drinks for us to accompany our meal.

The meal started out with complementary baby spring rolls; I enjoyed the sashimi salad, which included a generous helping of tuna, yellowtail, and salmon slices; my friend had the chicken teriyaki, which was a large serving and beautifully displayed. Twice during the meal we dropped our chopsticks, and the servers had appeared with replacements before we could even reach to retrieve them off the ground.

The menu is extensive and inexpensive. We each payed about $10 before tax and tip. Toyama doesn't offer haute cuisine, but the quality is excellent for the cost; the sushi ranges from $3.95 for a california roll, to about $13 for the extra-large, more elaborate choices like the "Fantastic Roll," which is a meal in itself, made with Eel, shrimp tempura, avocado, asparagus, and mango.

A great choice for lunch, takeout, or a casual and inexpensive dinner with friends.

2
★★★★☆

After wandering around the area south of Bryant Park for half an hour, searching for ANYwhere that was serving dinner (there are many cafes and lunch places around here but they all shut down for the evening), my friend and I were lucky to stumble upon Toyama. Opened just three weeks ago, the small restaurant was clearly eager to please. Service was incredibly attentive through the night--when we asked for a beverage menu (there were bottles lined up behind the sushi bar), they apologized that they are waiting on a liquor license--but generously offered to go out and pick up some drinks for us to accompany our meal.

The meal started out with complementary baby spring rolls; I enjoyed the sashimi salad, which included a generous helping of tuna, yellowtail, and salmon slices; my friend had the chicken teriyaki, which was a large serving and beautifully displayed. Twice during the meal we dropped our chopsticks, and the servers had appeared with replacements before we could even reach to retrieve them off the ground.

The menu is extensive and inexpensive. We each payed about $10 before tax and tip. Toyama doesn't offer haute cuisine, but the quality is excellent for the cost; the sushi ranges from $3.95 for a california roll, to about $13 for the extra-large, more elaborate choices like the "Fantastic Roll," which is a meal in itself, made with Eel, shrimp tempura, avocado, asparagus, and mango.

A great choice for lunch, takeout, or a casual and inexpensive dinner with friends.

 

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