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Posted by CB on 07/15/2007
The food is cheap & yummy. Fish isn't the freshest, but it's great value. Their noodles are pretty good, too. Plus their delivery is super fast & polite.
Posted by Midtown Eater on 06/19/2007
There was once a time when these places filled a need, but that time is long gone. Now, every neighborhood in Manhattan has multiple decent, cheap sushi places. For the same cost, or maybe up to $.50 more per roll/piece, you can get much better quality and value at numerous other establishments all over town; there simply is no reason to go here. As for the sushi itself, it's not too good. As for the rolls, they're encircled by a dense, thick layer of cheap rice that is a sure sign that they weren't made any time recently. For what is essentially grocery-store level quality, this stuff should be even cheaper.
Posted by Greek Fan on 02/16/2007
How many Japanese people can you fit behind a counter? Apparently over a dozen. They pop out sushi here that won't kill you, but won't exactly make you feel good about yourself either. But it's cheap, most of the time the fish is fresh (sort of)...and you know they are pretty agressive and yell at you. it all depends on what you're looking for in your tuesday night sushi relationship. I don't mind their miso, and their soba salad is actualy pretty good. Not terrible.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/10/2007
You definitely get what you pay for at this place. What attracted me to it, was the very cheap prices. My favorite thing to eat is sushi, so I did not think it was possible for me to actually dislike this place's sushi so much. It has no flavor and the pieces are extremely tiny. Would not eat here again.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/25/2006
I've lived in the neighborhood for years and i can say that go-sushi has really upped their quality of sushi. They offer brown rice sushi and fresh sashimi. It's take out, so it's cheap, but I think its a great value!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/09/2006
Let's face it... Go Sushi is a take-out place. Don't expect fancy presentations... exotic flavors... or anything else other than simple sushi for a very reasonable price at lunch time. Went for the first time last week and got a prepared tray of sushi--4 pieces w/ a california roll, a cup of miso soup, and a homemade iced tea for $10. NOT BAD AT ALL. The rice did taste a bit stale--like they had made it earlier in the day, but the fish was fresh. Will go back.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/05/2005
Good value pricing. big house appetizer salad and nice sushi. The rice does make you feel like it was made a early on in the day but still good enough to eat.