Momofuku Nishi is one of The 15 Best Places for Mackerel in New York City.

1. Momofuku Nishi

8.6
232 8th Ave (btwn W 21st & W 22nd St), New York, NY
Italian Restaurant · Chelsea · 108 tips and reviews

Kev S.Kev Skinny: Found the flavors amazing. Ceci e pepi is literally ridiculous tastes like autumn had sexual relations with your mouth. Scallops, mackerel, romaine (also cray flavors), carpaccio also fkn excellent.

Andrew W.Andrew Weiser: Go for the Dagwood. It's a multilayered creation with: country pork pâté; cured mackerel; roasted chicken; plus hozon remoulade, dijonaise, Ssäm Sauce special sauce; lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles.

Alex N.Alex Nguyen: lively, hip place. Arctic char is impeccable. ceci e pepe was so good. mackerel tataki and papaya salad are so refreshing. great service and wonderful food. lovely new addition to the momofuku group

OOTOYA is one of The 15 Best Places for Mackerel in New York City.

2. OOTOYA

9.3
8 W 18th St (btwn 5th Ave & 6th Ave), New York, NY
Japanese Restaurant · Union Square · 258 tips and reviews

Kara LiKara Li: Best earl grey ice cream! All the mackerel sets are great!

DomoDomo: This place offers fine Japanese cuisine, but is not a traditional izakaya (居酒屋). Gyu-don here is burger patties and mashed potato served on rice. Try the grilled mackerel if you're a seafood fan.

dawn.in.newyorkdawn.in.newyork: 'Shima Hokke' is the right one. Deliciously grilled mackerel.

Blue Ribbon Sushi is one of The 15 Best Places for Mackerel in New York City.

3. Blue Ribbon Sushi

9.4
119 Sullivan St (btwn Prince & Spring St), New York, NY
Sushi Restaurant · SoHo · 271 tips and reviews

Wei V.Wei Vayn: Try the Horse mackerel sushi - Yummm

MaximMaxim: If you're into weird stuff get the horse mackerel as a starter: you eat the sashimi of the fish, then the bones are fried and you eat them too! (With a sauce)

refinery29refinery29: No, seriously – order the omakase, and once you've polished off rich bites of super fresh salmon, tuna and mackerel, they'll clean up your scraps and return with a crunchy treat. Read more.

Oiji is one of The 15 Best Places for Mackerel in New York City.

4. Oiji

9.2
119 1st Ave, New York, NY
Korean Restaurant · East Village · 71 tips and reviews

ZZubinZZubin: Wow. Best Korean meal I can recall. Everything was great, but the honey butter chips are life changing. The smoked mackerel is not something I'd usually order but it was fantastic. Fried chicken too

Alex N.Alex Nguyen: modern take on traditional korean dishes done well. ssam platter was wonderful and came with sticky rice and lettuce wraps. pine smoked mackerel was incredible. very nice ambience as well.

EaterEater: The ideal meal at Oiji starts with the honey butter chips followed by the house-made soba noodles, braised beef, and mackerel smoked over pine needles. Read more.

Atoboy is one of The 15 Best Places for Mackerel in New York City.

5. Atoboy

8.8
43 E 28th St, New York, NY
Korean Restaurant · NoMad · 45 tips and reviews

J L.J L: Terrific addition to the neighborhood. The Korean tapas were all delicious w/ scallop, little neck clam, egg, mackerel, pork jowl, and seasonal rice as stand outs. Too bad they don't serve makgeolli.

LilyLily: NYT: "Recommended Dishes: Lotus root; black sea bass; tartare; corn; sunchoke; octopus; mackerel; pork jowl; panna cotta; sujeonggwa granita."

ZZubinZZubin: Great Korean small plates: $36/person is a good deal for the quality. Best dishes: corn, fried chicken, octopus, pumpkin tart

Miss Lily's 7A is one of The 15 Best Places for Mackerel in New York City.

6. Miss Lily's 7A

9.3
109 Avenue A (at E 7th St), New York, NY
Caribbean Restaurant · East Village · 151 tips and reviews

EaterEater: e Miss Lily's standards plus new dishes like grilled mackerel with "run down sauce," and a Jamaican patty melt. The colorful interior is the work of Serge Becker, who's on board as creative director. Read more.

Mike M.Mike McBryan: Was surprised to find this place so busy late on a Sunday night - but understood the appeal after ordered. The oxtail stew, shrimp (buss up shot) and mackerel were all great. Fun atmosphere as well.

Sonny K.Sonny Kwok: Jerk corn, wings, and chicken are all great, but the Mackerel with Kale is amazing too! 👌🏼

Sushi Yasuda is one of The 15 Best Places for Mackerel in New York City.

7. Sushi Yasuda

9.3
204 E 43rd St (at 3rd Ave), New York, NY
Sushi Restaurant · Turtle Bay · 243 tips and reviews

Mira E.Mira Ebmeier: That's THE place to learn about different types and grades of tuna, salmon, yellow tail, clam, roe, mackerel & eel.

Jon F.Jon Faro: Amazing flavors, I never knew sushi could be so delicious. Must tries: Uni, toro, Spanish mackerel, razor clam, unagi. I recommend starting with the combination Matsu and going from there.

Carl Lu Y.Carl Lu Yin: The toro and mackerel here is very very good. Defiantly try the omakase. It worth every penny you spent, although it would be a remarkable amount of pennies lol.

Taishu-Izakaya Kenka is one of The 15 Best Places for Mackerel in New York City.

8. Taishu-Izakaya Kenka

8.7
25 Saint Marks Pl (btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave), New York, NY
Japanese Restaurant · East Village · 155 tips and reviews

Sarah B.Sarah Booz: Get the grilled mackerel or fried squid legs

DariaDaria: go late night and get grilled mackerel, squid, takoyaki, & $1.50 draft

Alexandra L.Alexandra Levitas: The squid was amazing! Cow tongue and grilled mackerel also really solid.

Soba Totto is one of The 15 Best Places for Mackerel in New York City.

9. Soba Totto

9.1
211 E 43rd St (btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave), New York, NY
Soba Restaurant · Turtle Bay · 131 tips and reviews

ZenFoodsterZenFoodster: Come M-F 11:30-12pm & order $10 bara chirashi bowl+soba deal(limited to 1st 20)-no longer a great deal but still ok. They're skimping out now: @times NO uni, less tuna & salmon, & more of mackerel.

Brian P.Brian Park: The Namerou (Mackerel Tartare) with Miso Sauce and Shiso Leaf is a must get!!

Ron R.Ron Raphael: Great spot, recommendation for the Don w Uni, Salmon Roe & Snow Crab. Fatty tuna was also amazing!

Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill is one of The 15 Best Places for Mackerel in New York City.

10. Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill

8.9
308 W 58th St (btwn 8th & 9th Ave), New York, NY
Sushi Restaurant · Hell's Kitchen · 139 tips and reviews

Neil D.Neil D: Flash fried mackerel, green tea creme brûlée, sake menu, and a witty staff are among the pleasures. Also maki combos get you out under $30 a head

Mike C.Mike Chau: Try the Sushi Deluxe - Albacore, fluke, yellowtail, tuna, eel, ikura, horse mackerel, salmon and a spicy tuna roll

Lizzy M.Lizzy Mangold: Sit at the sushi bar and they'll let you order the omakase to share for 2. To die for, everything was incredible. Ask for fa toshi to make it, he's the greatest!

Momofuku Ko is one of The 15 Best Places for Mackerel in New York City.

11. Momofuku Ko

9.2
8 Extra Pl (at 1st St), New York, NY
New American Restaurant · East Village · 35 tips and reviews

ChaoChao: It worth the money. Mackerel pressed sushi is my fav.

EaterEater: Momofuku Ko has transformed into a four-star fine dining gem on the Bowery. Expect bespoke graffiti, a roomy chef's table, and pressed mackerel sushi that would make Jiro Ono himself swoon.

Anna R.Anna R: An amazing dining experience. Beautiful plates. Sitting around the kitchen watching everything & interacting with the chefs made everything even better. Great wine list. Attentive staff.

Aldea is one of The 15 Best Places for Mackerel in New York City.

12. Aldea

8.9
31 W 17th St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave), New York, NY
Portuguese Restaurant · Union Square · 117 tips and reviews

Philippe M.Philippe Massoud: Uni Toast, Mackerel, Yumm

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Good choices include the mussel soup with sausage, an open-faced sea urchin sandwich, plank-grilled Spanish mackerel in escabeche juice, and diver scallops with risotto and orange. Read more.

Thomas G.Thomas Green: Foie gras terrine with mushrooms and rhubarb compote was delicious, loved the sous vide hangar steak, and mussel soup.

Momofuku Ssäm Bar is one of The 15 Best Places for Mackerel in New York City.

13. Momofuku Ssäm Bar

9.4
207 2nd Ave (at E 13th St), New York, NY
Asian Restaurant · East Village · 523 tips and reviews

naveennaveen: start with the Spanish mackerel: spinach on the bottom. slices of pear on the top. a little spicy. perfectly perfect.

SkeeterNYCSkeeterNYC: Nice pick! Pat yourself on the back! Now, for something elegant and playful, get the Spanish Mackerel & Melon app OR the pork sausage & rice cake dish! Read more.

Annie M.Annie McMinn: Mackerel sandwich: yum yum yum!

Yuba is one of The 15 Best Places for Mackerel in New York City.

14. Yuba

8.7
105 E 9th St (btwn 3rd & 4th Ave), New York, NY
Sushi Restaurant · Greenwich Village · 73 tips and reviews

Mike C.Mike Chau: Try the Saba Gari Roll - Mackerel and pickled ginger

Ruby A.Ruby Anaya: Had a great omakase - the sushi pieces were just the right size - not too big. Get the hitachino white ale to go with it!

Josephine S.Josephine Son: Sit at the bar and ask Jack to serve you whatever he wants. One of the best sushi dinners I have ever had! Will be back again and again!!

Fukurou is one of The 15 Best Places for Mackerel in New York City.

15. Fukurou

7.6
87 Macdougal St (Bleecker Street), New York, NY
Japanese Restaurant · Greenwich Village · 35 tips and reviews

Siyun F.Siyun Fan: Get the raw octopus in wasabi sauce - your best friend going with the warm sake or beer. So does the fried baby mackerels. Thank me later :)

Karlin W.Karlin Wong: Had avocado tofu and the mackerel roll. Pretty small portions but overall a decent meal out.

Han L.Han Lee: Avocado tofu is a must. It's got rich silky cheese like texture that melts in your mouth. Offers good selections of sake and great otsumami (foods go well with alcohol drinks) to go with them.