The Sushi World Guide - for Restaurants outside Japan.




Currently listed: 118 Restaurants in
New York City, USA/New York.

Angura Asia Avenue A Sushi
Bamboo Restaurant & Lounge Benihana Benihana (2)
Biny Blue Ribbon Sushi Chikubu
Choshi Doozo Dosanko
Dosanko (2) Dosanko (3) Dosanko (4)
Dosanko (5) CLOSED ! Dosanko (6) Dosanko (7)
East East (2) East (3)
East (4) East (5) East (6)
East (7) East Village Sushi Park Eastern King
Esashi Four Winds Fujiyama Mama
Funayama Genji Genki Sushi
Gibbon CLOSED ! Ginger Hamachi
Hanami Hasaki Hatsuhana
Hatsuhana (2) Honmura An CLOSED ! IDT Megabite Cafe
Inagiku Iso Itcho
Japanese on Hudson Japonica Jeollado
Kan Pai Kan Pai (2) Katana
Kiiroi Hana Kinoko Kitamoto CLOSED!
Kotobuki Bistro Kurumazushi Kyoto Sushi
La Maison... Lenge Lenge (2)
Menchanko-Tei Meriken Mitsukoshi
Morimoto Nadaman Hakubai Nakagawa
Nanatori Next Door Nobu Niko Niko
Nippon Nobu Omen
Oshiso Japanese Catering PacRom Sushi & Asian Cuisine Planet Sushi
Raku Sakura of Japan Sakura of Japan (2)
Sandobe Sushi Sawaki Seryna
Sesumi Shabu Tatsu Shiki's
Shinwa Sinbashi Sushi a Go-Go
Sushi Kosher Sushi Metsuyan Sushi Rose
Sushi Sen-Nin Sushi Tatsu Sushi Yasuda
Sushi Zen Sushi-Dessé SushiAnn (former Sushisay)
Sushiden Sushiden (2) Sushiyama Express
Taka Take-Sushi Tan-Go
Taste of Tokyo Tatany Ten Kai
Tomoe Sushi Toraya Tsuki
Tsukushi Umeda Waterfall
West Side Sushi Yakitori Totto Yama
Yama (2) Yamaguchi Yuka
Zutto

Angura

Name:Angura
Address:196 2nd Avenue, New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 674-7060
Fax:(212) 674-7060
Opened:Daily: 6.30pm - 2am
Review:"Open since April 2004 Angura is the East Village's newest, underground, late-night Sushi & Sake hot spot and perhaps the only place in New York City where you can relax in a Barka Lounger and enjoy the finest sushi this side of the Tokyo fish market. Angura’s talented Sushi and Kitchen chefs are winning customers over with their masterful creations such as the Deep Sea Roll (Spicy Tuna on the inside topped with regular Tuna and the Chef’s special sauce) and from the kitchen, the heavenly, Baked Lobster Dynamite (a casserole-style dish consisting of lobster, shrimp, crab, scallops, mushrooms and onions over a bed of rice topped with a cream sauce and baked to perfection). Both the kitchen and sushi bar staff are on call until the wee hours to compliment the wonderful, eclectic selection of Sake available. The decor is lush and clandestine reminiscent of an old-style Japanese 'speakeasy'. The vibe is comfortable with an ever-present buzz fueled by the funky sounds of the Japanese Underground. Finally, New Yorkers have a 'chill' authentic sushi joint without the stiff, pretentious atmosphere that usually accompanies these eateries. Angura is a sub-level space open seven days a week located off Second Avenue between 12th and 13th streets. "
- Joe Martinez (jojolingus@aol.com) [Sept 9th 2004)

New York City



Asia

Name:Asia
Address:1155 Third Ave. (bet. 67th & 68th Sts.), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 879-5846

New York City



Avenue A Sushi

Name:Avenue A Sushi
Address:103 Avenue A, New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 982-8109
Opened:Mon-Thur: 5pm-2am, Fri-Sat: 5pm-3am, Sun:4pm-1am
Reviews:"This place has the best sushi I have ever had! The atmosphere of this place is very casual, and it has more of a ´bar´ feeling to it than a traditional Japanese restaurant feeling. If anything, it is nothing BUT traditional. It´s a great place and a lot of fun just to hang out at. They play loud popular music, and the walls are painted black... They have a great ´Early Bird Special´ that consists of soup, salad, appetizer, entree (choice of sushi, sashimi, tempura, various noodles) and ice cream, all for only $13.95 !"
- Stacie Calabrese (stacie628@msn.com) [July 6th 1997]
"I have no clue what I was thinking when I typed up this review the first time. 'If anything, it is nothing but traditional'? That makes no sense. Ahem: it is not traditional. "
- Stacie Calabrese [Feb 25th 2005]

New York City



Bamboo Restaurant & Lounge

Name:Bamboo Restaurant & Lounge
Address:8716 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn, New York City, NY 11209
Phone:(718) 238-8250
Review:"Open since September 2002. "
- Audrey Chin (audreychinkm@yahoo.com) [July 10th 2003]

New York City



Benihana

Name:Benihana of Tokyo
Address:120 E. 56th St. (bet. Park & Lexington), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 593-1627

New York City



Benihana (2)

Name:Benihana of Tokyo (2)
Address:47 W. 56th St. (bet. 5th & 6th Aves.), New York City, NY
Phone:581-0930

New York City



Biny

Name:Biny Japanese Restaurant & Karaoke Bar
Address:8 Thompson Street 2nd Floor,New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 334-5490
Fax:(212) 334-4678
Review:" "
- William (tommyleu@earthlink.net) [July 5th 2002]
Link:Restaurant Website incl. menu

New York City



Blue Ribbon Sushi

Name:Blue Ribbon Sushi
Address:119 Sullivan St., New York City, NY 10012
Phone:(212 ) 343-0404
Opened:Tue - Sun: 4pm - 2am, Closed Monday
Reviews:"It is a very unique place with incredible sushi, great service and great atmosphere. Try it!"
- nuritk@inter.net.il
"A few steps downstairs lead to this always crowded, ´no reservations taken´ Japanese restaurant. Be prepared for up to one hour waiting. Behind a tiny bar several sushi chefs prepare fine fish of all kind. For a start try ´Hamachi Tataki´ (yellowtail tartare with a quail egg) or ´Ebi Shumai´ (homemade shrimp dumplings). More than 2o appetizers are a good start for a dinner (´Yamakake´: grated mountain yam with tuna, ´Tako Sumiso´: house cured octopus sashimi, ´Una Kyu´: eel and cucumber) to name a few. Salads include ´Hamachi Mayashi Kyuri´ (yellowtail,beansprout and cucumber).Soups include plain ´Miso´, ´Kaibashira Wakame´ (scallop with seaweed) or ´Unagi Shiitake´ (eel and black mushroom).A few mushimono (steamed dishes) like ´Tai - Red Snapper with plum wine´, ´Yasai - vegetables with ginger´ or ´Hamachi with eel sauce´ are also available. But the main treat is sushi. ´Hamachi´ (yellowtail) and ´Sake´ (salmon) are excellent as well as ´Soft shell crab rolls´, ´Spicy crab lobster roll´, ´Inside Out´ variations of all kind. They offer sushi and sashimi a la carte from $1.75 for ´Tamago´ (sweet egg) to $3.75 for ´Toro´ (fatty tuna). You can even have ´Gyu´ (filet mignon) or ´Hitsuji´ (lamb) as sushi or sashimi. Rolls start at $3.75 for a ´California roll´ to $13.75 for a ´Niji Seven Color Rainbow´ roll, which is enormous. Blue ribbon is a nice place to go and certainly one of the finest in New York City."
- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW [July 4th 1998]
"This place is highly over-rated. Besides their mediocre presentation and un-inspiring sushi, their service has hit rock bottom. In a city as grand as New York, Blue Ribbon Sushi has offered very little to support the service and diginity that comes with fine Japanese dining. In fact, it has given it a black eye. Having dined at many fine sushi restaurants, I recommend trying somwhere different in NYC than Blue Ribbon for fine and creative sushi. "
- Grace J. B. (hottiesushi@hotmail.com) [February 10th 2003]

New York City



Chikubu

Name:Chikubu
Address:12 E. 44th St. (bet. 5th & Madison Aves), New York City, NY
Phone:818-0715

New York City



Choshi

Name:Choshi
Address:77 Irving P. (19th St.), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 420-1419

New York City



Doozo

Name:Doozo Japanese Restaurant
Address:216 Thompson St, New York City, NY 10012-1373
Phone:(212) 533-4433
Review:"I haven´t yet decided if this is a tourist trap. The portions are rather small, but the prices are low. The hamachi don was fresh the one time I ate there. I will probably try it again when I am not very hungry or trying to conserve funds. They also accept the IGT dining card, which get you 25% off the bill (discount does not include tax or tip)."
- Mason Hu [July 3rd 2000]

New York City



Dosanko

Name:Dosanko
Address:24 W. 56th St. (bet. 5th & 6th Aves.), New York City, NY
Phone:757-4339

New York City



Dosanko (2)

Name:Dosanko (2)
Address:1500 Broadway (43rd St.), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 354-2550

New York City



Dosanko (3)

Name:Dosanko (3)
Address:217 E. 59th St. (bet. 2nd & 3rd Aves.), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 752-3936

New York City



Dosanko (4)

Name:Dosanko (4)
Address:10 E. 52nd St. (bet. 5th & Madison Aves), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 759-6361

New York City



Dosanko (5) CLOSED !

Name:Dosanko (5) CLOSED !
Address:423 Madison Ave. (bet. 48th & 49th Sts.), New York City, NY
Phone:688-8575

New York City



Dosanko (6)

Name:Dosanko (6)
Address:123 W. 49th St. (bet. 6th & 7th Aves.), New York City, NY
Phone:245-4090

New York City



Dosanko (7)

Name:Dosanko (7)
Address:329 Fifth Ave. (bet. 32nd & 33rd Sts.), New York City, NY
Phone:686-9259

New York City



East

Name:East
Address:1420 Third Ave. (bet. 80th & 81st Sts.), New York City, NY
Phone:472-3975

New York City



East (2)

Name:East (2)
Address:251 W. 55th St. (bet. B´way & 8th Ave.), New York City, NY
Phone:581-2240

New York City



East (3)

Name:East (3)
Address:210 E. 44th Sts. (bet. 2nd & 3rd Aves.), New York City, NY
Phone:687-5075

New York City



East (4)

Name:East (4)
Address:366 Third Ave. (bet. 26th & 27th Sts.), New York City, NY
Phone:889-2326

New York City



East (5)

Name:East (5)
Address:354 E. 66th Sts. (bet. 1st & 2nd Aves.), New York City, NY
Phone:734-5270

New York City



East (6)

Name:East (6)
Address:9 E. 38th (bet. 5th & Madison Ave.), New York City, NY
Phone:685-5205

New York City



East (7)

Name:East (7)
Address:137 E. 47th St. (bet. 3rd & Lexington), New York City, NY
Phone:980-7909

New York City



East Village Sushi Park

Name:East Village Sushi Park
Address:E. 121 2nd Ave (Bet 7 St. & 8 St.), New York City, NY 10003
Phone:(212) 533-8448
Reviews:"This restaurant provides a quant, quiet, beautiful atmosphere. It´s not large so the service is very personal and friendly. The food is always fresh and the presentation is extremely attractive. "
- Ingrid Won [June 23rd 2000]
"Despite other information, the restaurant is open for business. "
- [Dec 5th 2003]
"Excellent food, always good deals. Whenever we are in NY we eat at this place!"
- [Sept 16th 2005]

New York City



Eastern King

Name:Eastern King
Address:1395 Second Avenue, New York Citty, NY
Phone:(212) 628-8652
Fax:(212) 772-3546
Review:"They were written up in the City Section of the NY Times on July 31, 2005 for their incredible $19.95 'all-you-can-eat' sushi deal which includes all drinks at half price! "
- Robert Barish (robbarish@aol.com) [Aug 15th 2005]

New York City



Esashi

Name:Esashi
Address:32 Avenue A (betw. 2nd & 3rd), New York, NY 10009
Phone:(212) 505-8726
Opened:Mon-Sat: 5pm - 11.30pm, Sun: 5pm -11pm
Review:"Best sushi in Manhattan."
- [March 8th 1999]

New York City



Four Winds

Name:Four Winds
Address:135 E. 63rd St. (bet. Park & Lexington), New York City, NY
Phone:486-1664

New York City



Fujiyama Mama

Name:Fujiyama Mama
Address:467 Columbus Ave. (bet. 82nd & 83rd), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 769-1144
Review:" ZAGAT gives this restaurant a great review every year and for good reasons. The sushi is high quality and reasonably priced and the rest of the menu is a great mix of very well done modern Japanese-Asian favorite dishes and recipes. Fujiyama Mama easily ranks as one of the funnest sushi restaurant in New York City. A live DJ spins all manner of dinner music, from 80's new wave to ultra-modern Japanese techno. People who are prone to asking for the music to be turned down should stay away, but people who don't want everyone else in the restaurant to hear what they're talking about will love it. This is also a terrific restaurant for a celebration, especially a birthday. The whole restaurant, including the DJ, gets involved. FM has been a hit since it opened in 1986 but some of the kitchen team have been working from that location for over a decade. FM's biggest fans are from the neighborhood; their delivery business has never stopped growing. It's so popular, the ownership is considering opening another one! The only drawback -- they're only open for dinner. "
- [December 11th 2000]

New York City



Funayama

Name:Funayama
Address:24 Greenwich Avenue, New York, NY 10011
Phone:(212) 989-2500
Fax:(212) 691-9925
Opened:Mon-Thur:12pm-11pm, Friday:12pm-12am, Sat:1pm-12am, Sun:1pm-11pm
Review:"Pieces are huge Prices are low Fishes are fresh Tastes are great "
- Joey Zhang (joey@lhai.com) [March 9th 2001]

New York City



Genji

Name:Genji
Address:56 Third Ave. (bet. 10th & 11th Sts.), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 254-1959

New York City



Genki Sushi

Name:Genki Sushi
Address:9 East 46th Street, New York, NY 10017
Phone:(212) 983-5018
Fax:(212) 983-5057
Reviews:"Kaiten (conveyorbelt) sushi restaurant."
"The place looks nice but you have to get past the overwhelming attitude... They´re not doing you a favor to let you eat there. If you want to eat here for the experience of the conveyor belt, try dinner and avoid the lunch crowds. Just don´t expect the customer-friendly service common to most Japanese restaurants."
- A sushi-lover in NYC (email@yahoo.com)

New York City



Gibbon CLOSED !

Name:Gibbon CLOSED !
Address:24 E. 80th Sts. (bet. 5th & Madison), New York City, NY
Phone:861-4001

New York City



Ginger

Name:Ginger
Address:109 First Avenue, New York City, NY 10003
Phone:(212) 260-6223
Fax:(212) 260-1768
Opened:Mo-Fri: 4.30pm - 11.30pm, Sa-Su 2.30pm -11.30pm
Reviews:"This is a small restaurant very close to St. Marks Place, well worth checking out! Find out more about this great, non traditional Japanese restaurant at chowhound.com "
- (gingersakebar@aol.com) [July 13th 2002]
"This is not your typical Japanese restaurant, with unique Maki rolls and fantastic appetizers, this restaurant could become one of your favorites, even the vegitarians and non-sushi fans alike enjoy the menu and aptmosphere "
- annomous [July 13th 2002]
"For thoes looking for an alternative to traditional Japanese-Sushi restaurants, Ginger offers some truly amazing rolls and appetizers! "
- ron (gingersakebar@aol.com) [May 12th 2003]

New York City



Hamachi

Name:Hamachi
Address:34 E. 20th st. (bet. B´way & Park Ave.S), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 420-8608

New York City



Hanami

Name:Hanami Restaurant
Address:213 East 45th Street, (between 2nd Av. & 3rd Av.),New York City, NY 10017
Phone:(212) 687-0127
Fax:(212) 260-5928
Opened:Mon-Fri noon-2:30pm 5:30pm-11pm Sat 5pm-10pm
Review:"Just east of 45th and 3rd. Stresses a healthy menu of fresh, traditional Japanese cuisine.Oldest sushi restaurant in the area"
- Robert Fung (ca314159@bestweb.net) [August 20th 2000]
Link:Restaurant Website

New York City



Hasaki

Name:Hasaki
Address:210 E. 9th St. (bet. 2nd & 3rd Ave.), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 473-3327

New York City



Hatsuhana

Name:Hatsuhana
Address:17 E. 48th St. (bet. 5th & Madison Ave.), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 355-3345
Review:"The very best there is!!!!! "
- Michael Barnett (michael-san@att.net) [8July 13th 2002]

New York City



Hatsuhana (2)

Name:Hatsuhana (2)
Address:237 Park Ave. (46th St.), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 661-3400
Review:"Top of Sushi restaurants in New York City."

New York City



Honmura An CLOSED !

Name:Honmura An Soba Cuisine
Address:170 Mercer St. (bet. Prince & W.Houston), New York, NY 10012
Phone:(212) 334-5253
Opened:Tue-Thu: noon - 2.30pm, 6pm - 10pm, Fri-Sat: noon - 2.30pm, 6pm - 10.30pm, Sun 6pm - 9.30pm, Closed Mondays
Review:"Honmura An is a Soba restaurant. The restaurant states that their Soba is all handmade on the premises by masters from their Tokyo restaurant using the highest quality freshly stone ground buckwheat flour. Soba is rich in vitamins and meritorious in reducing the cholesterol count in the blood. Freshly made Soba must be eaten quickly in order for Soba´s subtle flavor and texture to be fully appreciated (Quote from the chopsticks cover). Honmura An has a beautiful location like a huge loft. Very stylish but still cozy. They offer small tasting plates like ´Sansai Ni´ (marinated wild greens), ´Momiji Tataki´ (Carpaccio-style Japanese rare beef) or ´Prawn tempura´. Their giant prawns are specially shipped from Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo. They are enormous, succulent and sweet. Finally they serve noodles: Hot and Cold Soba as well as Udon. Cold Soba includes ´Kamo Seiro´ (Seiro Soba with a hot,duck based, dipping sauce), ´Nameko Oroshi´ (Daikon radish, scallion and button mushrooms) or ´Ten Seiro´ (Seiro Soba with giant prawn tempura). Hot Soba includes ´Okame´ (topped with seafood, vegetables and fillet of chicken in a rosy cheek figure), ´Kamonan´ (topped with sliced duck and scallions in a duck based soup) or ´Tempura Soba´ (with two giant prawn tempura). Udon includes ´Goma Dare Udon´ (Plain cold udon noodle with sesmae based dipping sauce) or ´Nabeyaki Udon´ (Sizzlinghot Udon in a clay dish with prawn tempura and topped with chicken, fish cake and vegetables). Desserts like ´Soba Shiruko´ (small Soba dumplings in sweet redbean soup) or Vanilla Icecream with Ogura (redbean topping). Prices for main dishes vary from $8.50 to $18.75. For lunch they offer a ´prix fixe´ for $18.00."
- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW [July 4th 1998]

New York City



IDT Megabite Cafe

Name:IDT Megabite Cafe and Sushi Bar
Address:19 West 45th Street, New York City, NY 10036
Opened:Mon-Thur 24h / Fri 10am-close early / Sun 10am-5pm
Review:"This restaurant has not only low prices - it is also kosher! Mention their internet ad (see link below) and you will get a free soda."

New York City



Inagiku

Name:Inagiku
Address:Waldorf-Astoria, 111 E. 49th St. (bet. Lex. & Park), New York City, NY
Phone:355-0440

New York City



Iso

Name:Iso
Address:175 Second Ave. (11th St.), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 777-0361

New York City



Itcho

Name:Itcho
Address:402 E. 78th St. (bet. 1st & York Aves.), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 517-5340

New York City



Japanese on Hudson

Name:Japanese on Hudson
Address:551 Hudson St. (bet. Perry & 11th Sts.), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 691-5379

New York City



Japonica

Name:Japonica
Address:100 University Pl. (12th St.), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 243-7752
Review:"After so many years, still a really good place to go. You may expect a wait, and a hefty bill at the end of the meal, but the food is definitely worth it. "
- H. Chou [June 18th 2002]

New York City



Jeollado

Name:Jeollado
Address:116 E 4th Street between First and Second Avenues, New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 260-7696
Review:" Much larger than sister-restaurant Sandobe, Jeollado is perfect for a large party. They can always pull together a table for 10, and if you're more than that, there's a large private room with karaoke that you can reserve free of charge (and the karaoke is free). In addition to the sushi menu available at Sandobe -- excellent house rolls and great sushi for very reasonable prices -- Jeollado has a kitchen that serves hot Japanese food (tempura and teriyaki that's not available at Sandobe) and Korean food. "
- Amanda (amandam@nycmail.com) [February 25th 2001]

New York City



Kan Pai

Name:Kan Pai
Address:1482 Second Ave. (bet. 35th & 36th Sts.), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 772-9560

New York City



Kan Pai (2)

Name:Kan Pai (2)
Address:245 Park Ave.S. (bet. 19th & 20 ths Sts), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 529-2888

New York City



Katana

Name:Katana
Address:179 Prince Street (Sullivan & Thompson). New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 677-1943
Fax:(212) 677-1943
Opened:Mon-Sat: 6pm-11pm
Review:"Authentic and modern Japanese food served Kaiseki style. Six to ten small dishes for each meal."

New York City



Kiiroi Hana

Name:Kiiroi Hana
Address:23 W. 56th St. (bet. 5th & 6th Aves.), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 582-7499

New York City



Kinoko

Name:Kinoko
Address:165 W. 72nd St. (bet. Columbus & B´way), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 580-5900

New York City



Kitamoto CLOSED!

Name:Kitamoto CLOSED!
Address:2nd Ave. & 12 st, Manhattan, New York City
Review:"Very good quality and presentation. The US$19.95 ´All you care to eat´ special is to die for! In Manhattan´s Lower East side, near ´Alphabet City´."
- Dave Vick (rigger@voyager.net)

New York City



Kotobuki Bistro

Name:Kotobuki Bistro
Address:192 Columbia Street,(Right off BQE, exit Atlantic Ave), Brooklyn, New York City, NY 11231
Phone:(718) 246-7980
Fax:(718) 246-7981
Opened:Mon-Thu: 11.30am - 3pm,5pm-10.30pm, Fri,Sat:11.30am - 3pm, 5pm-11.30pm, Sun: 11.30am-3pm, 5pm-10.30pm
Review:" "

New York City



Kurumazushi

Name:Kurumazushi
Address:18 W. 56th St. (bet. 5th & 6th Aves.), New York City, NY
Phone:541-9030

New York City



Kyoto Sushi

Name:Kyoto Sushi
Address:153-11 Union Turnpike,(Queens), New York City, NY
Phone:(718) 380-7777
Opened:Mon-Thur: 11am-10.30pm,Noon-11.30pm on weekends
Review:"A new 2,000 sq foot mecca to neo japanese & thai fusion in the heart of queens gathers its influence from its feng shui influenced design. This trendy spot near st johns university claim to fame is its intricately designed food and extensive sake & wine list. Kyoto features 4 private cherry wood tatami rooms, full sushi bar, flat screen tv and on street parking. Open . Come and see what everyone is talking about! "
- Kenny (kennypdp@gmail.com) [April 22nd 2005]
Link:Restaurant Website

New York City



La Maison...

Name:La Maison Japonaise
Address:125 E. 39th St. (bet. Park & Lexington), New York City, NY
Phone:682-7375

New York City



Lenge

Name:Lenge
Address:1465 Third Ave. (bet. 82nd & 83rd Sts.), New York City, NY
Phone:535-9661

New York City



Lenge (2)

Name:Lenge (2)
Address:200 Columbus Ave. (69th St.), New York City, NY
Phone:799-9188

New York City



Menchanko-Tei

Name:Menchanko-Tei
Address:39 W. 55th St. (bet. 5th & 6th Aves.), New York City, NY
Phone:247-1585

New York City



Meriken

Name:Meriken
Address:189 Seventh Ave. (21st St.), New York City, NY
Phone:620-9684

New York City



Mitsukoshi

Name:Mitsukoshi
Address:461 Park Ave. (57th St.), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 935-6444

New York City



Morimoto

Name:Morimoto
Address:88 10th Avenue, New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 989-8883
Fax:(212) 989-8822
Review:"Excellent omakase, awesome sushi (order ala carte) and great service. Pricey but worth it. I did not care for sushi chef's special. "
- Justine [May 11th 2007]
Link:Restaurant Website
Other related Links:Morimoto Philadelphia

New York City



Nadaman Hakubai

Name:Nadaman Hakubai
Address:66 Park Avenue (at 38th St), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 885-7000
Review:"Outstanding. Specializes in Kaiseki cuisine served on an exquisite array of porcelain and pottery. Offers three tatami rooms for private dining. "
- Stacey Udell (siudell2@aol.com) [May 12th 2003]

New York City



Nakagawa

Name:Nakagawa Restaurant
Address:7 West 44th Street, New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 869-8077
Fax:(212) 764-4163
Opened:Mon-Fri: 11.45am - 2.30pm, 5.30pm - 10pm, Sat: 5.30pm - 9pm
- Junko Kameda (JunkoKameda@msn.com) [January 6th 1998]

New York City



Nanatori

Name:Nanatori
Address:162 Montague Street (Brooklyn), New York City, NY 11201
Phone:(718) 522-5555
Opened:Daily:11am - 11pm
Review:"Recently, I have tried their new house invention makis that list on the ´Nanatori Makis´. It was Good!!"
- Lisa Yehami [August 30th 1997]

New York City



Next Door Nobu

Name:Next Door Nobu
Address:105 Hudson (in Tribeca), New York City, NY 10013
Phone:(212) 334-4445
Fax:(212) 334-0044
Opened:Mon-Thu: 5.45pm - Midnight, Fri,Sat: 5.45pm-1am, Sun: 5.45pm-11pm
Review:"The name says it all. BUT: No reservations taken, so you'll get a table (expect a long wait). The food is as good as the parent restaurant (so are the prices). The audience is younger and more stylish, but it is a nice place and its open late."
- SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW (August 8th 2000]

New York City



Niko Niko

Name:Niko Niko
Address:80 Wall Street, New York City, NY 10005
Phone:(212) 232-0152
Fax:(212) 514-6285
Opened:Mon-Fri: 8am - 8pm
Link:Restaurant Website

New York City



Nippon

Name:Nippon
Address:155 E. 52nd St. (bet. Lexington & 3rd), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 758-0226

New York City



Nobu

Name:Nobu
Address:105 Hudson Street, at Franklin Street, New York City, NY 10013
Phone:(212) 219-0500
Fax:(212) 219-1441
Opened:Mon - Fri: 11.45 am - 2.15pm, Mon - Sun: 5.45 pm - 10.15pm
Reviews:"This flashy new TriBeCa restaurant is the work of LA´s Nobu Matsuhisa. In an awe-inspiring space, the menu is simply miraculous, providing jet-setting trendies with the ultimate designer japanese food."
"Nobu offers Pan-Asian cuisine in a beautiful setting in TriBeca. It is not genuine Japanese food but very tasty. If you get a chance to reserve there (If you want to go for dinner, you have to call at least one or two weeks in advance, for lunch it could be only one or two days waiting. If they accept your reservation they want you to confirm it 24 hours before, otherwise your table is gone!). If you manage to sit there, great ! Besides standard Japanese dishes like tempura, sushi and sashimi (all kinds of excellent fish from $2.75 for white fish to $6.00 for sea eel) they offer special dishes, which make Nobu different. ´Creamy spicy crab´ (lasagne-like entree with crabs), ´Halibut cheeks with wasabi pepper sauce´, ´Chilean Sea Bass with black bean sauce´, just to name a few. Rolls include ´Salmon Skin´, ´Spicy Tuna Roll´, ´The House Roll´ (Thinly sliced cucumber with avocado, crab stick, tuna, tobiko and white fish). Prices for rolls start at $3.80 for a kappamaki (cucumber roll) to $8.00 for a Soft Shell Crab Roll. For desserts they offer beautiful decorated and very tasty mixtures of icecream, mousse and fruits, which any french or italian restaurant could be proud of. Nobu is not straight Japanese cuisine but a mixture of Japanese and nouvelle cuisine."
- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW [July 4th 1998]
"Nobu - the most over-rated Japanese restaurant in America. Crowded, noisy, bad service and average food at Ginza Prices. I have probably dined at well over 1,000 Japanese restaurants in Japan and America, and Nobu is certainly the most disappointing I have ever experienced! Their sister restaurant, Matsuhisa, in Aspen, Colorado is wonderful, while Nobu is waste of time and money."
- Donald G. Wizeman, President & CEO United States-Japan Golfer´s Association
Link:Restaurant Nobu´s Homepage
Other related Links:Biography and some dishes

New York City



Omen

Name:Omen
Address:113 Thompson St. (bet. Prince & Spring), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 925-8923
Opened:Daily: 6pm-1am
Review:"They actually are from Kyoto where they have two restaurants. They serve very fine classical Japanese cuisine with a twist of neo-japanese Nobu style details without the Nobu prices. They are famous for their fine sashimi. Reservations recommended."
- Sushi World Guide Crew [March 5th 2005]

New York City



Oshiso Japanese Catering

Name:Oshiso Japanese Catering
Address:New York City, NY
Phone:(718) 264-0404
Fax:(718) 465-3100
Review:"Provide sushi bars and catering services to hotel, banquet halls and now to the public. Have our sushi restaurant land smack in the middle of your next gathering. No event too large."
- (oshiso@aol.com) [February 22nd 1999]
Link:Oshiso Homepage

New York City



PacRom Sushi & Asian Cuisine

Name:PacRom Sushi & Asian Cuisine
Address:102 North End Ave, New York City, NY 10281
Phone:(212) 945-0900
Opened:Mon-Fr: 11am-10.30pm, Sat,Sun: Noon-10pm
Review:"This place is located next door to the Hilton Embasy Suites Hotel, I had the Sashimi Dinner and ordered Tobiko as a side. The food was very good and the staff was very helpful in going over the offering for my two guests who were with me. I will go another time for lunch. "
- Steve Schneider (fiveten10@aol.com) [April 22nd 2005]

New York City



Planet Sushi

Name:Planet Sushi
Address:380 Amsterdam Ave. @ 78th St.,New York City, NY 10024
Phone:(212) 712-2162
Opened:Fri-Sat: Noon-3am, Sun-Thu: Noon-2am
Review:" "
- Bob Vadnais (bvadnais@yahoo.com) [January 9th 2002]
Link:Restaurant Website

New York City



Raku

Name:Raku - It's Japanese !
Address:252 West 47th St., New York City, NY 10036
Phone:(212) 719-9055
Fax:(212) 719-9027
Reviews:"Opened in DEC 2002.I wouldn't have found this place were it not rated so high on Citysearch (I did have my suspicions on how they got so many great reviews) or read their food critic review on a NY Times link. I'm a believer now! Raku is a secret hideaway just steps from the heart of hustle bustle of Times Square/TKTS. I would rate this one of the best little sushi houses in the city - & for the price you don't overpay for excellent quality & variety! The Chef's specialty rolls are so creative & delicious - they have stepped up the enjoyment of sushi but have not stepped over to fusion confusion of flavors. I love the cinco de mayo, lobster tempura, mango ray, marina & super gerard rolls, & their best customer rolls named after morgan stanley & proskauer rolls). They also cater to veggie & mothers-to-be which is great for my circle of friends. Friendly staff & chefs & owner Ray - tho Ray does talk your ear off! But his milky sake & new 'frooter' sakes are quite refreshing! Plenty of non-sushi choices will please a diverse group (but it's not really good for large groups). Reservations recommended but do avoid their pre-theater rush. They seem to be quite harried & rushed, otherwise after the rush service is great, atmosphere is cozy & quaint, & yes Ray is tolerable if you don't mind his inquisitive nature. "
- Mackenzie O'Reilly (nycritic00@yahoo.com) [May 4th 2005]
"We are visiting NYC and used this site to select a sushi restaurant for dinner - we chose Raku and the dinner was FANTASTIC! They were out of Uni and Toro but all of the fish we ordered and received was VERY fresh and delicious. I would highly recommend this restaurant!!!"
- [Oct 16th 2005]

New York City



Sakura of Japan

Name:Sakura of Japan
Address:2298 Broadway (83rd St.), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 769-1003

New York City



Sakura of Japan (2)

Name:Sakura of Japan (2)
Address:581 Third Ave. (38th St.), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 972-8540

New York City



Sandobe Sushi

Name:Sandobe Sushi
Address:330 E. 11th Street (betw. 1st and 2nd Av.), New York City, NY 10009
Phone:(212) 780-0328
Reviews:"This is the absolutely freshest fish I have ever found, and the half-price specials are really cheap. Order a lot , because this stuff is delicious !"
- Eric (ericw@cisnow.com) [September 29th 1998]
"We had four days in NY - and went there twice. The sushi was just fantastic - especially the inside out-rolls (jennifer roll !!!). Normally a lot of people are waiting to be seated, but it´s worth it."
- Florian Gast (floriangast@yahoo.com) [January 31st 1999]

New York City



Sawaki

Name:Sawaki Japanese Restaurant
Address:24 Greenwich Ave, New York City, NY 10011-8307
Phone:(212) 989-2500
Review:"A pleasant spot with a reliable meal and very friendly staff. It´s pretty empty on the weekday evenings - I think they´re fairly new. Portions are not as large as Yama, but it´s quite a good deal and it´s always been fresh. They also accept the IGT dining card, which will get you 25% off the bill (discount does not include tax or tip). They add browned rice to their green tea, which gives it a rich flavour and aroma. Perhaps that´s common and I´m just underexposed."
- Mason Hu [July 3rd 2000]

New York City



Seryna

Name:Seryna
Address:11 E 53rd St. (bet. 5th & Madison Aves.), New York City, NY
Phone:980-9393

New York City



Sesumi

Name:Sesumi
Address:1649 Second Avenue, New York City, NY 10028
Phone:(212) 879-1024
Opened:Mon-Thu: noon-2.30pm, 5.30pm -11pm, Fri: noon-2.30pm, 5.30-11.30pm, Sat: 5.30-11.30pm, Sun: 5pm-10.30pm
Reviews:"Outstanding sushi. Owner/sushi chef. Wonderfully fresh toro, kampachi (hamachi?) and sake. Beverly Hills roll is the best roll I have ever had."
- Claude Dauman (claude@dauman.com) [March 2nd 1998]
"Outstanding sushi. Best Ankimo (monkfish liver) I have ever had. Beverly Hills roll is great, too. Check their website."
- ali (ali@propertypreview.com) [March 2nd 1998]

New York City



Shabu Tatsu

Name:Shabu Tatsu
Address:216 E. 10th (bet. 1st & 2nd Aves.), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 477-2972

New York City



Shiki's

Name:Shiki's Japanese Restaurant
Address:69 Seventh Avenue South, Greenwich Village, New York City, NY
Opened:Mon-Thu: 3.30am-1am, Fri: 3pm-1am, Sat,Sun: 1pm-1am
Review:"This is my favorite japanese/sushi restaurant of all time. Shiki's is small and cozy, and if you go before dinner rush, it's very quiet and has a nice view for peoplewatching at seventh ave. They have an all-you-can-eat dinner after 4pm for $17.95, and a good selection to choose from, among the traditional japanese dinners. This is what I always get, because their selection is so good, that it's easy to quickly get your money's worth. On top of everything, the owner is really friendly, as is the sushi chef. "
- bRittany (violetvrgo@mailcity.com) [December 27th 2000]

New York City



Shinwa

Name:Shinwa
Address:Olympic Tower, 645 Fifth Ave. (51st St.), New York City, NY
Phone:644-7400

New York City



Sinbashi

Name:Sinbashi
Address:280 Park Ave. (48th St.), New York City, NY
Phone:661-3915

New York City



Sushi a Go-Go

Name:Sushi a Go-Go
Address:1900 Broadway, New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 724-7340
Fax:(212) 724-2169
Opened:11.30 am - Midnight
Review:"Famed Che David Ruggerio has created wonderful, fresh sushi in a setting that would make Austin Powers confortable. 60's style decor with matching music make for a fun filled evening in the Lincoln Center area. The sushi is inventive, fresh and delicious. The only drawback, they don't take reservations, so come plan ahead, especially during the theatre rush. "
- Christine Leung (shine727@yahoo.com) [July 5th 2002]

New York City



Sushi Kosher

Name:Sushi Kosher
Address:1626 Coney Island Ave., (Brooklyn), New York City, NY
Phone:(713) 338-6363
Review:"A new concept in kosher food. Under the strict supervision of the Orthodox Union."

New York City



Sushi Metsuyan

Name:Sushi Metsuyan
Address:Brooklyn, New York, NY
Phone:(718) 465-3900
Review:"A Kosher Japanese Sushi Caterer (Rabbinical supervision) with a very funny homepage."
Link:Sushi Metsuyan homepage

New York City



Sushi Rose

Name:Sushi Rose
Address:248 East 52nd Street, 2nd Floor, New York City, NY 10022
Phone:(212) 813 1800
Fax:(212) 813 0348
Opened:Mon-Fr.: 12 noon - 3 pm, 6 pm - 11 pm, Saturday: 6 pm - 11 pm
Review:"´...sushi lovers will be in paradise...´ ...I wondered why anyone found it necessary to apply heat to raw ingredients when such pleasures as this are available (Paper Magazine, Oct. 1998)."
- David Pena (pena@motions.com) [November 17th 1998]

New York City



Sushi Sen-Nin

Name:Sushi Sen-Nin
Address:49 East 34th Street, New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 889-2208
Fax:(212) 889-5888
Opened:Mon-Sat: noon - 9pm
Review:"20 years of experienced Japanese sushi chef. Excellent, innovative maki rolls."
- Taka Hikida (onghikida@msn.com) [July 4th 1998]
Link:Restaurant Homepage

New York City



Sushi Tatsu

Name:Sushi Tatsu
Address:644 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, New York City, NY
Phone:(718) 282-8890
Review:" "

New York City



Sushi Yasuda

Name:Yasuda
Address:204 East 43rd Street, New York City, NY 10017
Phone:(212) 972-1001
Fax:(212)972-1717
Opened:Mon-Fri: Noon-2:15 pm, 6-10.15 pm, Sat 6-10.15 pm
Reviews:"Amazing Sushi. Certainly among the top 5 sushi restaurants in NYC, and in my opinion the best. "
- Rich [Nov 17th 2005]
"“Since it opened at the end of 1999, the trio of owners staked the restaurant’s reputation on a pure, uncompromised expression of the traditional art of sushi making. They succeeded brilliantly.” – Eric Asimov, The New York Times, “Quiet, Please: Sushi Being Served,” 3 stars, November 16, 2011"
"The finest place for Sushi outside Japan. Hamachi of incredible Quality."
- Sushi World Guide [Aug 15th 2013]
Link:Restaurant Website

New York City



Sushi Zen

Name:Sushi Zen
Address:57 W. 46th St. (bet. 5th & 6th Aves.), New York City, NY
Phone:302-0707

New York City



Sushi-Dessé

Name:Sushi-Dessé
Address:113 East 18th St.(bet.Irving and Park Ave.), New York City, NY 10003
Phone:(212) 477-4516
Review:" I'm just a customer, and their food are tasty and reasonable price. 2nd floor is a quiet bar and separated Karaoke room. There are many Japanese restaurant in NY, but it is so hard to find nice restaurant. I'm a Japanese and satisfy their tasty food. "
- Miho Nakayama (miho@abacuss.com) [January 30th 2001]

New York City



SushiAnn (former Sushisay)

Name:SushiAnn (former Sushisay)
Address:38E. 51st St. (bet. Madison & Park Aves), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 755-1780 / (212) 755-1781
Reviews:"Still the finest Japanese food in New York City !!"
- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW [July 4th 1998]
"Two years ago, I was in New York City for a convention. Being the avid sushi lover that I am, I wanted to go to a few sushi bars to see what NYC had to offer. Before going, I read a number of reviews of different restaurants. It was clear that personal taste influenced these reviews. For example, you highly recommend Sushisay. Whereas, another person said Sushisay was 'fishy' and not very good. That same person suggested a place in the Village. Fortunately, I got to go to both and I must say that I whole heartedly agree with you. Sushisay was fantastic!!! (That place in the Village was so-so). The best sushi I had ever had (up till then)."
- Michael Knight (mdk@hrb.com) [June 28th 2001]
"I'm sorry to report that Sushisay in NYC closed its doors for good on October 25, 2002. The owner moved back to Japan to run her restaurant there. At least Nobu is still open. I haven't been to it yet, but I have been to Matsuhisa in Los Angeles and it was FANTASTIC!!!!! So I suspect Nobu might take Sushisay's place on your list of favorites. "
- Michael Knight (Michael D Knight@raytheon.com [February 11th 2003]
"Sushisay has been reopened as SushiAnn. The quality is as good as it used to be. Most of the sushichefs are still working there, so sushi heaven has returned to New York City."
- SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW (Oct 26th 2004]

New York City



Sushiden

Name:Sushiden
Address:19 E. 49th St. (bet. 5th & Madison), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 758-2700
Opened:Mon-Fri: noon - 2.15 pm, 5.30pm-10pm, Sat: 5.30pm-9pm, Closed Sundays and PH
Review:"Now, Sushiden has a Homepage! Here, you can get a COUPON FOR A BOTTLE OF JAPANESE BEER! Try it!"
- Nekonya (nekonya@macconnect.com)
Link:Sushiden Homepage

New York City



Sushiden (2)

Name:Sushiden (2)
Address:123 W. 49th St. (bet. 6th & 7th Aves.), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 398-2800
Opened:Mon-Fri: noon - 2.15pm, 5.30pm - 10pm, Sat: 5.30pm - 9pm, Closed Sundays and PH

New York City



Sushiyama Express

Name:Sushiyama Express
Address:243 W 38th St. New York City, NY 10018
Phone:(212) 937-6605
Fax:(212) 937-6606
Opened:10am - 6pm
Review:"Sushi bar set up in a bagel shop, has full line of sushi including our own unique set of specialty rolls. Includes sides of asian soups and salads. "
- Avi (sushiyamaexpress@aol.com) [June 20th 2006]

New York City



Taka

Name:Taka
Address:61 Grove Street, New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 242-3699
Opened:5pm - 11pm,Closed on Monday
Review:"My vote for one of the best in NYC. Owner /Chef Taka is one of the few female sushi experts around. Her incredible creations are served on ceramics that have been personally made by Taka. Do not expect 'monster' sized pieces here, she stays with the proper portions and does not cater to tourists. Tiny place, no reservations. I teach culinary skills so I know what I'm talking about. "
- Edward Sun (edwardsun@earthlink.net) [January 9th 2003]

New York City



Take-Sushi

Name:Take-Sushi
Address:71 Vanderbilt Ave. (bet. 45th & 46th), New York City, NY
Phone:867-5120

New York City



Tan-Go

Name:Tan-Go
Address:43 W. 54th St. (bet. 5th & 6th Aves.), New York City, NY
Phone:765-4683

New York City



Taste of Tokyo

Name:Taste of Tokyo
Address:54 W. 13th St. (bet. 5th & 6th Aves.), New York City, NY
Phone:691-8666

New York City



Tatany

Name:Tatany
Address:380 Third Ave. (bet. 27th & 28th Sts.), New York City, NY
Phone:686-1871

New York City



Ten Kai

Name:Ten Kai
Address:20 W. 56th St. (bet. 5th & 6th Aves.), New York City, NY

New York City



Tomoe Sushi

Name:Tomoe Sushi
Address:172 Thompson Street (betw. Bleecker and Houston), New York City, NY 10012
Phone:(212) 777-9346
Opened:Mon: 5-11pm, Wed-Fri: 1pm - 3pm, 5pm - 11pm, Sat: 1pm - 3pm, 5pm until the fish is sold out !, Closed Sundays and Tuesdays
Reviews:"Excellent. Some of the freshest sushi/sashimi that I have tasted. Very large portions with reasonable prices. Must get there early for the wait can be up to 60 minutes. Small setting and friendly help. Enjoy !!"
- Jonathan Greifenberger (greif@attmail.com) [June 21st 1997]
"A superb Sushi restaurant with enormous portions. The service is very attentive and the waiters explain everything to you if necessary. They don´t spend any money in the decor, but who cares if the fish is good ! They accept only American Express or cash !! Expect to wait 3o minutes to an hour for a table."
- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW [July 4th 1998]
" I came here at 12:55 and found a line waiting outside. Hopefully I just made it for some of the freshest sushi I think I´ve ever had. It´s a little on the expensive side, but that didn´t stop me from ordering more. Fortunately, I had $35 bucks in my pocket because they don´t take Visa."
- Kris Campana (kc304@hotmail.com) [April 10th 1999]
"Ok - we waited over 1.5 hours to get into this rather dingy looking place and were prepared to kill customers who seemed to be lingering over their last nigiri too long. But to draw on the cliche - it was worth the wait. Other than Hamano in San Francisco, I have never tasted sushi this fresh. The fish was succulent - especially the hamachi belly and maguro. Saba was also excellent, as was the ikura, and the uni was probably the freshest I've ever had. Portions are extremely large (slabs of fish, in fact, they could be a bit smaller and then you'd just get more pieces.) Order sashimi since the fish is so heavenly. The price is reasonable. This is the place for sushi connoiseurs. My cousin also had the standard rolls (california etc.) and said they were incredible. We observed a moment of silence to honor the fish. Better than NYC's other greats (Japonica, Yama, etc.), although I've never been to Sushisay. Next time, if I can pull myself away from Tomoe."
- T. Ettelson and P. Acker(tettelson@aol.com) [August 7th 2000]
"Great sushi in large portions, it was worthwhile waiting. Should try the uni, superb!! One of the best sushiplaces I ever been. "
- John Wang (wang.chung@worldonline.be) [January 8th 2002]

New York City



Toraya

Name:Toraya
Address:17 East 71 Street, New York City, NY 10021
Phone:(212) 861-1700
Fax:(212) 861-1775
Opened:Shop and tearoom: 11am - 6pm, Closed Sundays and PH
Review:"Toraya is not a restaurant but sells Traditional Japanese confectionary and has a Tearoom."
- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW [July 4th 1998]

New York City



Tsuki

Name:Tsuki
Address:1410 First Avenue (75th Street), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 517-6860
Opened:Sun-Tue: 5.30pm - 11pm, Wed-Sat: - Midnight
Review:"BEST DISHES House-made tofu, sushi, sashimi. PRICE RANGE Assorted sushi and sashimi, $10.50 to $24.50; à la carte, $3 to $6.50; chef's selection, $36 and up. Read more about Tsuki in the NY Times article (see link). "
Link:New York Times Review

New York City



Tsukushi

Name:Tsukushi
Address:300 E. 41st St., New York City, NY 10017
Phone:(212) 599-8888
Review:"No name plate or sign outside, enter the black metal door. "
- Anonymous fan of your site [Jan 5th 2004]

New York City



Umeda

Name:Umeda
Address:102 E. 22nd St. (bet. Park & Lexington), New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 505-1550

New York City



Waterfall

Name:Waterfall
Address:1232 Avenue U, Brooklyn, New York City, NY 11229
Phone:(718) 336-1620, (718) 336-2797
Fax:(718) 336-2291
Review:" One of the best I`ve tasted so far... "
- Michael [June 18th 2001]

New York City



West Side Sushi

Name:West Side Sushi
Address:717 Ninth Ave. (49th St.), New York City, NY 10019
Phone:(212) 581-2366
Review:" Opened in late 2000. Same ownership as Jeollado and Sandobe, but the decor is cuter and a lot quieter. Less crowded than Sandobe, more intimate than Jeollado. The sushi is exquisite, but only the special house rolls - the regular rolls (except eel and California) are merely average. Service is intermittent, but who cares when the fish is this good and this cheap! Five star sushi at two star prices. A welcome addition to Hell's Kitchen. "
- Brookes McKenzie (rmckenzi@dti.net) [September 17th 2001]

New York City



Yakitori Totto

Name:Yakitori Totto
Address:251 West 55th Street 2nd Fl., (Bet. 8th Ave & Broadway), New York, NY 10019
Phone:(212) 245-4555
Review:" "
Link:Restaurant Website

New York City



Yama

Name:Yama
Address:122 East 17th Street, New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 475-0969
Review:"One of the best in New York City. Expect long waites."
- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW [July 4th 1998]

New York City



Yama (2)

Name:Yama (2)
Address:92 West Houston Street, New York City, NY
Phone:(212) 674-0935
Review:"Good quality, huge portions."
- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW [July 4th 1998]

New York City



Yamaguchi

Name:Yamaguchi
Address:35 W. 45th St. (bet. 5th & 6th Aves.), New York City, NY
Phone:840-8185

New York City



Yuka

Name:Yuka
Address:1557 Second Ave. (bet. 80th & 81st Sts.), New York City, NY

New York City



Zutto

Name:Zutto
Address:77 Hudson St. (bet. Jay & Harrison Sts.), New York City, NY
Phone:233-3287

New York City




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