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Posted by jack on 04/14/2012
It was amazing Japanese food. I went last night with two friends from Japan. We all like the sushi and the sashimi that they made. Plus the special rolls were amazing, not just the look of the rolls but also the taste were great. Everything was beautiful and great tasting. My new favorite.
Posted by Jenny on 10/12/2011
Never ate at the restaurant, but their delivered food was great. I had been disappointed w/ other sushi deliveries so I tried Aki Sushi West...my search for a default place is over! Yum. Rolls are a decent size, everything seems fresh too. I'll order from this place again.
Posted by tinabell12s on 06/30/2011
My MOH and I were doing some wedding shopping at Macy's and were famished one Thursday night. We walked over to New Aki and were a little hesitant b/c no one was in the restaurant, but we were really wanting sushi. So we took a chance. We each ordered different types of rolls and took it to go so we could sit outside. We both were SO impressed with how great the food tasted, it was fresh and the flavor was excellent! I will definitely go back there when I'm in the area! This was absolutely a case of don't judge a book (or a sushi place) by its cover.
Posted by anonymous on 09/17/2010
This is not great fish, which is obvious given the price point. But as someone who knows her sushi it's a fine value for what you pay, particularly considering it's in Midtown. I stick with roll combinations that are fairly trashy and don't rely on superb materials and I'm always pleased. The lobster salad roll is fantastic. I also like bustling, divey neighborhood spots and remarkably this is one, despite being right around the corner for Macy's.
Posted by J.lee on 04/30/2010
This is another Chinese-run Japanese restaurant that, unfortunately, makes subpar "Japanese" food with high prices. Ordered delivery for rainbow roll ($13), tempura udon ($13) and few other rolls. The rainbow roll was inedible while udon was pretty much a chicken broth with chinese vegs (??). The tempura was soaked in a smelly oil... Eel&cucumber roll was swimming in the sauce (not sure why they are putting on so much). In short, $50 worth of food mostly straight to garbage.
Posted by S. Gotts on 03/01/2010
Fish not fresh, edamame too hard, kani salad was gross. Chicken teriyaki was too sweet, tuna tartar was disgusting, looked like balls of mashed tuna. Only thing that was good was the GREEN SALAD. Veggie rolls were decent
Posted by Anonymous on 02/03/2010
Fresh fish, innovative cuisine, attentive service. I've been to many Japanese restaurants in the city, but this is my favorite for an unpretentious, yet exciting, meal.