Sushi, sashimi, rolls
I found hair in my sushi.
New room w/ additional seating + sushi bar in the back.
Ordered omakase for lunch, and found a piece of hair in my sushi. And I personally don't like too much salt on my sushi (esp when it already comes with sauce). Uni from Korea tasted too bitter.
Sushi sashimi entree $28, choose 4 sushi, 1 roll and receive 9 pieces of chef's choice of sashimi. Mixed seaweed salad with nutty dressing $9. Serene atmosphere
Perfect bites of the freshest nigiri. Wide variety of fish. One of my favorites.
If you're not doing the omakase, you're not doing it right.
Get the omakase here!
Incredible. Omakase is really the only option here.
Super yummy and authentic sushi. Lots of variety. Specializes in tuna and shellfish.
The sea scallop, fatty tuna are not to be missed!!
Best sushi I've had in NYC, def get the omakase. Fish literally melts in your mouth!
Not sure where to begin. Order everything
Let the chef order order for you. You will not be disappointed.
It's all about the omakase, sit at the sushi bar and you will get world class eating experience; every bite is a explosion of textures and flavors; one personal favorites. Not cheap
Best sushi place in NYC.
Incredible sushi with really really nice seating and service!Atmosphere is off the hook,prices for a place of this caliber are not bad at all.Anthony Bourdain approved😍😍😍😍😍
Only go if its at the sushi bar. Omakase is the way to go
clean, classic, fresh - one for the purists. love the uni here, always plump and delicately presented, never with nori which takes away from the lightness of the uni
Chirashi: best decision you'll make all day.
Sit at the sushi bar for omakase and taste the freshest catches of the day. Standouts: shimaaji, oyster, scallop, arctic char
Sit at the bar and order omakase.
Undoubtedly the best traditional Japanese restaurant in the city - notoriously hard to get into at any reasonable hour without reservations - but so so soooo worth it
Anago & sawani. Will change your perspective & standard for eel sushi.
Omakase! The best sushi I've ever had. Including in Japan.
Amazing sushi! Pricey but worth it.
The pinnacle of sushi omakase in NYC. Sit at the bar and prepare to be wowed.
Really good sushi, top quality, maybe just a bit overpriced. And only one white wine on the list.
Outstanding traditional omakase at a serious and wonderful bar.
Best sushi in the city - seriously. Sit at the sushi bar if you can and just go omakase (like prix fixe), the chefs are a great part of the experience. Always finish with the toro-scallion roll.
Omakase is amazing here! Worth every penny
Absolutely amazing quality. Do your best to get omakase at the bar and ask to have wasabi on the side so that you can control wasabi portions in your sushi (mine came a bit strong). Still an NYC fav!!
Sit at the bar and enjoy this no-frills, beautifully prepared sushi (omakase of course). The uni and eel are both superb.
Perfect bites of the freshest nigiri. Wide variety of fish.
$28 prix fixe is a big-time bargain and there’s now a no-tipping policy.
You have to order omakase style. It's really the best way to experience the phenomenally fresh fish. Every single bite was delicious particularly the white king salmon, the fatty tuna and the oyster.
No words. Best sushi of my life. Fish is absolute butter. Sit at the bar and just let them create! Well worth the money.
The best sushi ever
Omakase for days.
Food is amazing and ya hoes to broke to afford dis life
If you can't go Japan for traditional sushi, New York has the answer: Sushi Yasuda.
Best sushi and sashimi in NY....so far
Hands down the best and freshest sushi I've had in NYC. Trust me, I'm Asian 😁
If you love sushi thi is the place
If u can't splurge, get $28 sushi+sashimi combo (5 pcs of sushi+2 maki rolls)-incl some of starred fish in omakase. $23 chirashi's also a deal: 4-6 pcs of 5 diff fish & they'll leave out ur dislikes
The twenty-piece omakase menu doesn’t skimp on quality: Rice takes a bath in Japanese charcoal-purifed water, and fish is scrutinized for quality before being served.
matcha age (flash fried shrimp), mochi w/green tea powder
Enjoy the sushi/sashimi-avoid the rolls. This place fills up but takes reservations.