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Chiyoda Sushi N.Y.
Posted by big ern mccracken on 03/14/2009
This was my favorite sushi place for a while, but for some reason they decided to (i) increase prices, (ii) stop cleaning the bathroom area downstairs, (iii) downsize on their rolls, and (iv) downgrade the tuna of what used to be the best spicy tuna in the city. Not saying I won't go back, but if the next time is like the last time...see ya. They are nice and attentive to you however.
Posted by stchen20 on 09/24/2007
We went into the restaurant (rare part of the place) a few weeks ago, and it was absolutely impressive: atmosphere, attentive service, food (fried black cod with edamame sauce, simmered pork with mashed potato, and beef roll are to die for) and dessert (blancmange and "zanzai" thing, had no chance to try the big portion tiramisu since they didn't have it that day). However, when I went there the 2nd time, with a lot of expectation, they changed menu! Lots of good stuff are gone. and seems they lowered price (from over $15 an entree to $11). I don't know what's in their mind. Give me back my favorite pork and beef roll!
Posted by Justin Williams on 12/19/2006
My experience with sushi could not be easier. Instead of waiting, you simply go into the store, pick up whatever you want from the display case, go to the cashier, and the next moment you are eating the sushi. All the sushi items are just made. There are even steamed sushi items.
Posted by Gregory on 10/29/2006
This the cleanest sushi restaurant I have ever seen. Take-out section has a veriety of packaged sushi for your to choose. Japanese Bento Boxes and Sozai are popular items too. The eat-in section is packed at lunch time always. Food is excellent.
Posted by Neat on 10/06/2006
I stumbled upon Chiyoda by accident. Inside you will find several open cases with various boxed treats including chicken-flavored rice balls, dragon rolls with sashimi, and fried snacks like shrimp tempura and spring rolls. You can get udon soup or miso soup too. I had mixed sashimi box with shrimp, salmon, tuna, egg omelet, 2 pieces of a california roll, and a questionable item that I did not eat (not even sure what it was, maybe a fish of some sort..). It was all average tasting sushi, not good, not bad, just average. $15 minimum to use your credit card, so either grab cash prior or prepare to stuff your face! There is a small dining area but it seems this is a heavy take-out venue. Overall, your average sushi joint.