Koodo Sushi Corp

★★★★☆
Sushi serving Wall Street Since 2002
  • 55 Liberty Street

    New York, NY 10005

    Map & Directions
  • 212-425-2890

About Koodo Sushi Corp

Hours
Lunch: Mon-Fri 11am-3pm Dinner: Mon-Sun 5pm-10pm

Food

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delicious rolls! we come here all the time for lunch. there are so many places for sushi in the City, but if it's on your way, this is worrrttth it.

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★★★★★

delicious rolls! we come here all the time for lunch. there are so many places for sushi in the City, but if it's on your way, this is worrrttth it.

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They have some very unusual rolls here that tasted really good. I liked the dragon roll and the volcano roll in particular. This place is like a hidden gem lunch spot that not to many people know about. To get inside, you have to go through stairway to a basement, but once you get there, the space really opens up and it's actually a pretty large area there. They have a nice bar in the front after the stairs. Food was fresh, salads and sushi were great.

2
★★★★☆

They have some very unusual rolls here that tasted really good. I liked the dragon roll and the volcano roll in particular. This place is like a hidden gem lunch spot that not to many people know about. To get inside, you have to go through stairway to a basement, but once you get there, the space really opens up and it's actually a pretty large area there. They have a nice bar in the front after the stairs. Food was fresh, salads and sushi were great.

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We randomly strolled into this place while walking around the area. The entrees here were really great, the price, very reasonable. Fish seemed really fresh and service was with a smile. Liked it a lot here. My favorite dish was the bolgogi beef, and i liked all of the rolls we got too

2
★★★★★

We randomly strolled into this place while walking around the area. The entrees here were really great, the price, very reasonable. Fish seemed really fresh and service was with a smile. Liked it a lot here. My favorite dish was the bolgogi beef, and i liked all of the rolls we got too

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Koodo was a delight! Came here intending to each before happy hour, but ended up staying at their bar. Good food and large portions--the Chinese and Korean dishes were pretty exotic and full of unusual spices. Service here is REALLY fast, especially when you order from your office. Anything with salmon tended to be very good, so i would go with that. They also use seamless web, so its very convenient.

2
★★★★☆

Koodo was a delight! Came here intending to each before happy hour, but ended up staying at their bar. Good food and large portions--the Chinese and Korean dishes were pretty exotic and full of unusual spices. Service here is REALLY fast, especially when you order from your office. Anything with salmon tended to be very good, so i would go with that. They also use seamless web, so its very convenient.

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All the salads and special rolls here are delicious! Definitely try that, and go there for lunch when the price is at its best. They have really good sashimi deluxe platters for $20 that are enough for two people, really fresh and great! Great service too!

2
★★★★★

All the salads and special rolls here are delicious! Definitely try that, and go there for lunch when the price is at its best. They have really good sashimi deluxe platters for $20 that are enough for two people, really fresh and great! Great service too!

Pros: The special rolls!

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We had some trouble finding this place because its really on Nassu Street rather than Liberty street, but once we got here, we realized it was as gem as soon as we got our dishes. The avacado salad was delicious as a starter, and all the rolls we got were mouth-watering. I really liked the dragon rolls--very fresh avacado and a big portion size. The adamame was good, and also the bogolgi beef was incredible. Although it was pretty much just a big plate of meat that my boyfriend got, it tasted delicious and tender, even though I'm generally not much of a meat person. Great experience, this restaurant, I would definitely come back here.

2
★★★★☆

We had some trouble finding this place because its really on Nassu Street rather than Liberty street, but once we got here, we realized it was as gem as soon as we got our dishes. The avacado salad was delicious as a starter, and all the rolls we got were mouth-watering. I really liked the dragon rolls--very fresh avacado and a big portion size. The adamame was good, and also the bogolgi beef was incredible. Although it was pretty much just a big plate of meat that my boyfriend got, it tasted delicious and tender, even though I'm generally not much of a meat person. Great experience, this restaurant, I would definitely come back here.

Pros: Great rolls, quick and friendly service

Cons: Difficult to find this place, located in a basement

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Moved into the area and work near by but everything was a disappointment - from the food and service co-workers and I had for lunch to the dinner delivery I had on another occasion. Must be better options in the neighborhood!

1
★★☆☆☆

Moved into the area and work near by but everything was a disappointment - from the food and service co-workers and I had for lunch to the dinner delivery I had on another occasion. Must be better options in the neighborhood!

Pros: price

Cons: I guess you get what you pay for!

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I went to the sister restaurant on the Upper East Side called Koodoos. The fish was fresh, the rolls were delicious, and the ramen portions were huge. I ordered the Tuna tartar appetizer & it was wonderful. I ordered one of the recommended rolls (I think it was called Firecracker) & that was great as well. My friends had the bento box (which came w/ a lot of food), ramen (huge bowl of noodles), and some sushi rolls. Everything was delicious. I would definitely eat here again & the service was great. They didn't rush us at all.

2
★★★★★

I went to the sister restaurant on the Upper East Side called Koodoos. The fish was fresh, the rolls were delicious, and the ramen portions were huge. I ordered the Tuna tartar appetizer & it was wonderful. I ordered one of the recommended rolls (I think it was called Firecracker) & that was great as well. My friends had the bento box (which came w/ a lot of food), ramen (huge bowl of noodles), and some sushi rolls. Everything was delicious. I would definitely eat here again & the service was great. They didn't rush us at all.

Pros: Good food, good service, fresh fish

Cons: None

Review Partner
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Why are vermicelli rice noodles so hard to get in Manhattan? Huzzah!, Koodo has them. Very yummy, not stuck together in one big birds nest of noodles. Thumbs up!

2
★★★★☆

Why are vermicelli rice noodles so hard to get in Manhattan? Huzzah!, Koodo has them. Very yummy, not stuck together in one big birds nest of noodles. Thumbs up!

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