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Posted by Anonymous on 03/19/2007
Took my friend here for her first Sushi experience on a Friday after work-she loved everything! For early dinners you can just walk in, but anything after 7PM I recommend making reservations. Quiet, romantic atmosphere. Best Cocktails! Must try the saketini or the lychetini! The rolls are fresh and amazing! The delicious dipping sauces are perfect for first timers! MUST, must try the spicy, crunchy shrimp for appetizer, and sesame exncrusted shrimp and King Crab Rolls!!! My favorite sushi in the city!
Posted by Cheng on 01/08/2007
The price on the menupages is relatively high and it attracts me to have a dinner there with my friends. When I saw the menu in the restaurant I noticed the price isn't that expensive, because one sushi order has 2 pieces. We ordered the Otoro ,Chutoro and most of high-end sushi there, the otoro come with a few gold leaf but it was dark and not pink color. Of course, it did not taste good as it should have. It was even worse than their freshier Muguro. I compare Bond st to others Sushi places I have gone: Sushi Seki, Yausda, Kuruma Zurushi, ...etc. exclude Kuruma price range is more expensive and close to MASA or Megu. Bond st still much worse than Seki or Yasuda, in deed, I think Tomoe whcih an average price restayrant has better sushi than Bond st. The Chef kept asking me to order more, but did not ask me how Sushi taste like. The omakase is not going like one pair by one pair, they give you a set which is not "omakase". Eventually, we paid $380 for three people, but I had a feel we just have Sushi at "Go sushi" but paid 5 times more. (because some of sushi are not even good) I have to say, some of their sushi are rare to find on the menu of cheap sushi restaurants but they just taste OK, just OK, not bad, neither good. The bottom line, if you are going to have luxury sushi there, I would recommend you not to. Maybe teriyaki or other hot food would be good there, but we did not try any.
Posted by KB on 12/28/2006
I had thought Yasuda was the best sushi in town, but Bond St. definitely won me over. The flavor combinations for rolls and appetizers are amazing. The atmosphere was very nice and we had a great bottle of cold sake, probably the best I've ever had. My only compliant was that our server asked my fiancee to sit on the other side of the table when he sat next to me for less than a minute to thank me for dinner. Our server stated that they need the other seats, although the tables beside us and across from us were empty, along with many other tables because we had opted for an early meal. While I would still return for the food, the service needs some work.
Posted by JS on 12/28/2006
I took a date here based off of friend's recommendations. It definitely lived up to it. Relaxed intimate atmosphere, great food, very good service and an overall outstanding experience. Sushi was amazing and very fresh. I'd definitely recommend.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/07/2006
I don't really eat sushi often, but I find myself wanting to eat here every night. The food is of the highest quality. The lychee martini was excellent. Love the elevator.
Posted by Dana on 10/18/2006
Great place for a couple. Very nice atmosphere makes you feel as if your not in hectic NYC. Beautiful decor. Great service. Great sushi, well worth the price! The food is in such a beautiful design I didn't want to eat it but glad i did!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/11/2006
The best sushi and a great athmosphere. It's always one of the highlights of my trip to New York. After eating sushi at Bond Street, it is very hard to enjoy it anywhere else.