Awarded one star (★) in the 2015 Michelin Guide for NYC restaurants.
Got the 10-piece nigiri. It was ok. Tanoshi in the UES is still my favorite sushi place in the city by far.
amazing value for lunchbox deals and lunch specials.
An experience. One of my true Uni wake up calls with @joh and the inkman. I dream of it weekly
Head to head to Yasuda, definitely worth the money! Make a reservation for Omakase and enjoy every single bite! Also try the apple sorbet as dessert ! Awesome!
Good not amazing. Though first time having Hokkaido uni here. Will be back for live uni nights.
Authentic omakase experience!!
My very first omakase. Nice small intimate space. Very tradtional, super fresh...especially the tuna, sea urchin, and salom roe. Excellent service. The heated toilet seat was pretty awesome too.
Get the table downstairs. Best uni and sashimi I have ever tried!!!)
Omakase, no doubt about it. Do the Uni tasting if you can.
Their nigiri set doesn't compare to Ushi's. Don't spend your money here if you are looking to get your piece of uni and toro scallion rolls
Can't go wrong here. Grab a bar seat & leave it in the hands of the capable chefs. The flavorful black throat fatty snappy, buttery Hakkaido uni & best o-toro anywhere are absolute must haves.
+Wagyu beef nigiri, king salmon, fatty tuna, Red snapper collar, avocado uni, meringue roll
Best sushi I ever had. Go for the Chef's Omakase Course, you won't be disappointed!
Faithful renditions of traditional sushi are a highlight. Also try tender Wagyu beef tataki or chawan mushi with crab. – Green Guide Editor
omakase all the way
Order the Bakudan-Nattō topped with a quail egg, with homemade soy sauce and scallions. It's a local's favorite!
Just go with the omakase! Terado San never disappoints.
Santa Barbara uni vs. Hokkaido uni on the house. Friend with the chef, Terado San, now :)
Call in 2 weeks ahead for reservations. Neck to neck with Yasuda, but Azabu edges out on the rice this time. Chef's omakase is a must. Uni from Hokkaido is the sh!t, so don't bother with Cali uni.
They won't allow you to order sushi without a reservation. But if you are getting sushi - definitely do the koi menu - absolutely worth it.
Must-Haves: Red snapper collar, medium fatty tuna
Inside the Greenwich Grill is another restaurant hidden within. Head for the waiter station, swish through a black curtain and descend the stairs to a secret sushi den. Reservations are required.
The chawan mushi is yummy
Michelin 2012 ★
The splotches on the painting are actually eel sauce that got sprayed on the wall.
Awesome sushi- total hidden gem. King salmon nigiri is off the charts.
Get the omakase & sit at the bar! Be sure to buy the chef a beer.
Excellent. Small place.
downstairs, away from it all. omakase. the denshu is great as a companion.
Sit at the counter. Toto-san in the man!
Best sushi around.
Large Scoop of green tea ice cream: not that large
This is best Sushi restaurant in NYC I ever had. Please order "Omakase course". That is very reasonable.
One Michelin star.
Spelling should be SUSHI AZABU. See listing under that name.
The wagyu beef is absolutely brilliant.
let terado san wow you with the variety of sushi. end the meal with matcha meringue roll that melts in your mouth.
Do the omakase. Sooo good!
Go downstairs and sit at the bar. Let them order for you
Go with the sushi or sashimi omakase here. You surely won’t be disappointed. - Inspector
Best service but this place can't be the best place in entire NYC
Intimate & authentic. Warm service and cold sake.
Very uneven service and food. Far from the best in NYC. I would settle for sometimes the best below 14th St, but not reliable enough. Not much competition in Tribeca.
Get the omakase, it's one of the best in NYC.
Highlights were the fatty tuna and king salmon sashimi, butterfish grilled collar, smoked wagyu nigiri and fruit meringue roll for dessert. Everything was out of this world!