Adaro Sushi

★★★★★
Enjoy sushi and other Japanese traditional dishes in a hip environment.
  • 129 W 56th St

    New York, NY 10019

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  • 866-959-4029

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My second time visiting Adaro this afternoon, and I have to admit.. I loved it! I'm usually a picky eater, that is never satisfied with anything. Magically, I can not battle with Adaro! I was quickly seated with two other friends as I walked up to the dining room (which is on the 2nd floor). The atmosphere was beautiful and lovely.. I felt so comfortable. The service was great! And the manager, Eddie was amazing! He noticed that I was a new face in his restaurant, so he came over to greet me. I told him that I was a picky eater, and he replied back "I hope Adaro can satisfy your taste. I'll try my best to advise some special dishes for you to enjoy." He asked a few questions about what I like to eat and how I like my food.. He started us off with "Tuna Pizza" and "Seafood Satay" for appetizers. Then Eddie ordered a few rolls for me. The "Snow White" and "Pink Panther" rolls were incredibly delicious! He also ordered a few other rolls for our table such as "Tornado Roll," "Spicy Mango Lobster Roll" as well as a few others. And some wonderful dishes from the kitchen. Which included Hibachi Salmon, Shrimp Pad Thai, Orange Flavored Beef and Tom Yum Shrimp. I can not believe the great taste of each dish. I didn't want to leave! My friends and I definatly enjoyed our incredible lunch. The bill was defiantly worth it, although it isn't as expensive as other places. I even came back after work to order take out for my husband to try. I can't wait to try more tomorrow afternoon!

2
★★★★★

My second time visiting Adaro this afternoon, and I have to admit.. I loved it! I'm usually a picky eater, that is never satisfied with anything. Magically, I can not battle with Adaro! I was quickly seated with two other friends as I walked up to the dining room (which is on the 2nd floor). The atmosphere was beautiful and lovely.. I felt so comfortable. The service was great! And the manager, Eddie was amazing! He noticed that I was a new face in his restaurant, so he came over to greet me. I told him that I was a picky eater, and he replied back "I hope Adaro can satisfy your taste. I'll try my best to advise some special dishes for you to enjoy." He asked a few questions about what I like to eat and how I like my food.. He started us off with "Tuna Pizza" and "Seafood Satay" for appetizers. Then Eddie ordered a few rolls for me. The "Snow White" and "Pink Panther" rolls were incredibly delicious! He also ordered a few other rolls for our table such as "Tornado Roll," "Spicy Mango Lobster Roll" as well as a few others. And some wonderful dishes from the kitchen. Which included Hibachi Salmon, Shrimp Pad Thai, Orange Flavored Beef and Tom Yum Shrimp. I can not believe the great taste of each dish. I didn't want to leave! My friends and I definatly enjoyed our incredible lunch. The bill was defiantly worth it, although it isn't as expensive as other places. I even came back after work to order take out for my husband to try. I can't wait to try more tomorrow afternoon!

Pros: Sushi Rolls, Kitchen dishes and service was all great including Eddie and his great suggestions!

Cons: Being bloated after all the delicious food! It was great, no negatives.

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If you're looking for delicious sushi and an incredibly fun atmosphere, Adaro is the place to be! This is a great place to come with friends!!! You bring your own bottles, and they encourage you to sake bomb- on the house! Crazy Joe (waiter) is hilarious!!! The rolls are really, really tasty too!!! Enjoy!

2
★★★★★

If you're looking for delicious sushi and an incredibly fun atmosphere, Adaro is the place to be! This is a great place to come with friends!!! You bring your own bottles, and they encourage you to sake bomb- on the house! Crazy Joe (waiter) is hilarious!!! The rolls are really, really tasty too!!! Enjoy!

Pros: Never too crowded, Great Wait-Staff, Delicious Rolls, Fun Atmosphere

Cons: They charge $$$ for birthday cake

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We LOVE this restaurant! Joe and his crew service fantastic Pan-Asian food, shockingly good. The decor is sleek modern, with bright colors. We stumbled in, because we were staying next door at the Parker Meridien, and we kept going back! And they definitely have a liquor license -- Joe got us flying with Sake-beer bombs, sitting at our table, eating our food (!), then sending lots of extra food and drinks. We left feeling like everybody in Adaro was our new friend.
Often-times, "pan-Asian" restaurants can't be trusted, since their kitchen is spread too thin with different styles. But all their food is DELICIOUS! The sushi is fresh and clever, with unusual crunchy goodies in the rolls. The standard cooked Japanese (teriyaki, Miso, etc.) is good. And the Chinese is terrific: The peppery Mapo tofu is some of the best I've ever had. The staff also enthusiastically improvised dishes, making up a sunny-side fried quail egg sandwich just for our little girl. Their posted closing time is 11:30 p.m. on weekends, but they stayed open an extra hour with us, just because we were all having so much fun! This place is a total winner.

2
★★★★★

We LOVE this restaurant! Joe and his crew service fantastic Pan-Asian food, shockingly good. The decor is sleek modern, with bright colors. We stumbled in, because we were staying next door at the Parker Meridien, and we kept going back! And they definitely have a liquor license -- Joe got us flying with Sake-beer bombs, sitting at our table, eating our food (!), then sending lots of extra food and drinks. We left feeling like everybody in Adaro was our new friend.
Often-times, "pan-Asian" restaurants can't be trusted, since their kitchen is spread too thin with different styles. But all their food is DELICIOUS! The sushi is fresh and clever, with unusual crunchy goodies in the rolls. The standard cooked Japanese (teriyaki, Miso, etc.) is good. And the Chinese is terrific: The peppery Mapo tofu is some of the best I've ever had. The staff also enthusiastically improvised dishes, making up a sunny-side fried quail egg sandwich just for our little girl. Their posted closing time is 11:30 p.m. on weekends, but they stayed open an extra hour with us, just because we were all having so much fun! This place is a total winner.

Pros: Tasty food, great service, friendly staff, cool decor

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My two best friends took me here Thursday night for my birthday dinner. I am NOT a big sushi eater, but still always open to new places. We got there before 7pm and it was empty, and did fill up as the night progressed. Upon entering, walk upstairs, since no alcohol, bar downstairs closed... but BYOB is better anyways. The manager (and owner I think) Joe sat next to us and took our menus away and just asked some basic questions of what we like, spicey/non, etc.. and then the food kept coming. I don't know what I ate, but it was great. The service was amazing, our wine glasses never went under a 3rd empty before someone grabbed the bottle and refilled, and took emply plates away without hesitation. We were doing saki-bombs with him and even did saki shot with another birthday party there at the next table. Dessert was a tempura cheesecake wih a birthday candle and then a green-leaf tea cake. Fortune cookies are a standard, but if you're with a fun group, we got the "adult" fortune messages. I will definitely go back again!

2
★★★★★

My two best friends took me here Thursday night for my birthday dinner. I am NOT a big sushi eater, but still always open to new places. We got there before 7pm and it was empty, and did fill up as the night progressed. Upon entering, walk upstairs, since no alcohol, bar downstairs closed... but BYOB is better anyways. The manager (and owner I think) Joe sat next to us and took our menus away and just asked some basic questions of what we like, spicey/non, etc.. and then the food kept coming. I don't know what I ate, but it was great. The service was amazing, our wine glasses never went under a 3rd empty before someone grabbed the bottle and refilled, and took emply plates away without hesitation. We were doing saki-bombs with him and even did saki shot with another birthday party there at the next table. Dessert was a tempura cheesecake wih a birthday candle and then a green-leaf tea cake. Fortune cookies are a standard, but if you're with a fun group, we got the "adult" fortune messages. I will definitely go back again!

Pros: good food, great service

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