Not the greatest Japanese food in the world but very solid, with friendly attentive service to boot. You won't find a better deal on all you can eat sushi!
the food is average
you almost cant beet them, most of the food with big quantity of rice so y shortly after start to feel overloaded
White tuna and yellowtail sushi were delicious! Salmon skin hand rolls and salmon avocado rolls were great too
Great authentic Japanese restaurant
Solid reasonably priced AYCE sushi
Better off going to a normal sushi spot instead of getting filled up on ayce rice
The sushi sashimi combo and their all you can eat sushi!
The sushi is good but do NOT do their All You Can Eat -- they put too much rice and no fish, not worth it.
Rainbow rolls are very good.
The California roll is HUGE! And delicious.
No need to do All You Can Eat sushi. The portion of rice is too much and it will make you full very soon. 'Sushi Regular' will be enough to be satisfied.
Tempura Zaru Soba, sushi, tempura, appetizers....everything is delicious!
All you can eat sushi usually demands a full stop, but Yuka is home to the best quality all you can eat sushi in Manhattan - incredible the value you get (just don't share or leave any pieces behind)
Unlimited Sushi for two hours for about 22 dollars. Sake special is 3.50 during the sushi deal. Staff is friendly and super welcoming. Sushi taste phenomenal.
Come with a heart appetite.
Have never felt more sick after leaving a sushi restaurant. The sushi was dry, flavorless, and rice-heavy. The chefs were possibly Chinese? It's inexpensive, but not worth it.
I didn't like all the rules they had for the all you can eat sushi. Also you have to pay for the rolls you don't eat. The quality is meh. And it's way too loud.
21.95 all you can eat sushi ...great selection.... 15% dine in no gratuity accepted.......definitely worth it
Great spot for sushi!
Huge pieces of fresh sushi, great selection of udon and soba. Weird rules around tipping and around their all you can eat menu.
Best bang for your buck on sushi I've ever seen--in NYC of anywhere else.
Do not go for all you can eat! They just give you rice
(As of May 2014) All you can eat sushi for $21 or so
No tipping required but there is a 15% management fee.
Yummy yummy yummy 😋
The AYCE is a really great value but they're serious about not leaving anything in your plate. You're probably better off just grabbing a few of their awesome rolls and sharing!
Half way decent AYCE on the Upper East Side. Favorites include eel and salmon sushi and the crab salad hand roll.
Try the Manhattan Roll - Yellowtail, tuna, whitefish, scallion and tobiko.
Try the Sushi - Seriously, best all you can eat.
Try the All You Can Eat Sushi - The best
The best quality AYCE sushi in NYC as well as a steal of a price! The quality of their Hamachi, Tuna/Salmon Tataki is worth coming here to feast alone. $20.99 +15% automatic added gratuity
Try the East Roll - Eel, tamago, avocado, cucumber and tobiko.
Try the Eel Hand Roll
Try the Flying Fish Roe Hand Roll
Try the Salmon Skin Roll - Also best in the city
Try the All You Can Eat Sushi - Best in the city
How did I not learn of this place sooner?! Unreal prices for sushi and portions are plentiful. Sit at the bar!
The sashimi appetizer is amazing & terrific value (10pcs for $6.95 is unbeatable).
Great sushi. Good prices. Nice atmosphere. What's better.
hope you like rice because that's all you will get. be prepard to eat it all they will watch you the entier time.don't wory about tipping... they inclide a 15 % for you,more then the service is worth.
Make sure to check your bill before adding tip. The waitress was sneaky and had added 15% tip already.
Try the Eel Hand Roll - Dessert
Try the Yuka Hand Roll - There is a $1.50 surcharge for this with the AYCE, but it's worth it. It's loaded with lots of ikura and salmon, and it's delicious.
Try the Salmon Skin Roll - They also happen to have the best salmon skin here
Try the All You Can Eat Sushi - Highest quality AYCE in town.
this place is the truth! super cheap + fresh
All u can eat will make u full, but only with rice. If you want to really enjoy the food here, just go with sashimi and other dishes on the regular menu.
The sashimi platter is about 5 types of fish and mountains of each. Reasonably priced no doubt.
All you can eat sushi is the way to go!! Pay the extra $ and special roll it!