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Posted by Anonymous on 07/22/2008
Went to Hamachi for lunch. Had a terrible experience. The table was sticky. The waitress was destracted and rude. The sushi was even worse. Sub par and over priced rolls sealed the deal as Hamachi being among the worst sushi restaurants I've been to in the city.
Posted by stacy on 01/28/2008
I love Hamachi! It's been my favorite sushi restaurant in NYC for at least five years. I'm vegetarian, and they have enough kinds of veggie sushi to choose from that you don't feel left out dining with fish-eaters. The honey roasted peanut roll is one of the reasons I could never leave NY. Fish-eating friends tell me it's great too.
Posted by EastVillager on 01/15/2008
Hamachi is amazing!! Best Unagi in town. Absolutely loved this place. It is very unassuming and traditional but the food is great! I reccomend it highly!
Posted by Maribelle on 09/03/2007
After watching a movie from times square, my friend and I were in the mood for sushi, but the places we passed by were all closed! Finally coming upon the place, and not knowing what to expect, I was pretty impressed that their sushi were really FRESH and TASTY. The portions were huge and filling too. The service was slow, but the people were friendly so overall I was still satisfied with their service. I ordered the 'Whatever Roll' and the 'Philadelphia Roll'. I wanna try everything else too! I wish they had more specials with the rolls though, since sushi and rolls in general tend to get really pricey. I definitely recommend this place.
Posted by Food Guy on 04/27/2007
I loved Hamachi. I showed up before the rest of my party on a Thursday and they let me sit down at my table. Everyone was very friendly, the service was fairly slow, but it's such a relaxing place youre happy just to hang out and sip on a Sapporo. I ordered the Deep Impact and Joshi Noshi rolls, as well as some Eel sushi - all were very fresh. They gave us some complimentary dessert - tempura bananas with blue ice cream. Bill was 130 dollars for 3 and we left sufficiently full. Overall just a great, easy place.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/13/2007
I used to live in Seattle, WA where fresh, tasty Sushi was easy to come by, but living in NYC it's always a toss up. Hamachi is consistently good. The fish is always fresh, the presentation is creative, and the service, though sometimes a little slow, is very friendly. The interior design is understated and nothing to write home about BUT I would eat here before many of the new, shiny sushi places in town. If you are into really good food and don't care about eating your sushi and edamame with all of nyc's "beautiful people" then check out Hamachi!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/10/2007
Understated, comfortable Japanese/sushi spot in Gramercy/Flatiron area. Service attentive, food fresh, atmosphere pleasant. Certainly a nice change from the Samba's and Haru's of the neighborhood. Having lived nearby for years, I don't know how I missed Hamachi. I will be back again.