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Posted by Ming Toy on 08/24/2004
I was lured into Blue Ribbon by Zagat's. I expected to be transformed. What I found was very good sushi at ridiculous prices. Their sushi was no different than any of 50 other sushi restaurants in Manhattan. Was it good? Yes it was. Was it unique? Just the atmosphere. I've had equal sushi for less than half the price.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/09/2004
I had heard great things about this place, but I fould the food bland, dull, common, and way way overpriced.
Posted by uni junky on 04/25/2004
consistently some of the best sushi in the city. a little pricey, but their cuts are higher quality than most of their competitors'.
Posted by From Tokyo on 04/03/2004
the selection may seem a little strange to most americans that are not from NYC or Japan but the tase is incredible. the mix your own miso "akadashi" and fresh fish make this one of the best in town
Posted by sushi lover on 02/22/2004
wonderfully romantic waiting room. the food was ok. not very "japanese". recommended for the novice. great vibe and a fun mix of people. a little bit pricey......
Posted by Sushi Lover on 02/20/2004
This place is absolutely amazing! The sushi and sashimi are the freshest and service is excellent. Although the wait is long, it's well worth it. If you are used to the americanized or fusion type of Japanese food, this is not the place to go. Blue Ribbon serves traditional Japanese food. The Blue Ribbon Platter is a must try.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/22/2004
Dont understand why Blue Ribbon is so popular. The sushi rolls simply arent good. Big dissappointed, especially given how expensive and highly rated it is. Mizu in Grammercy is infinitely better - no comparison.