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Posted by anon on 04/26/2006
i used to order from here all the time, but they've raised their prices twice and i can't afford to eat here anymore!
Posted by Sweet Virginia on 04/19/2006
Chef Tora & his lovely wife work diligently to serve up sushi to rival that that is being served uptown by Morimoto for 5x the price & they succeed not only in providing wonderful fare, (from the simple sushi, to the more traditional homemade items like Real rice cake, to the secret steak marinade . . .I could go on & on) but they do so in their little self created haven, where everybody knows your name & you feel you miss them if you haven't been in over a week. The Toro tar tar with quail egg will make your eyes roll back in your head, the seared scallops with mushrooms is unbelievable (and though I can cook I can never quite replicate its taste in my own kitchen,) the miso dressing is unstoppable. They make fresh spicy sauce with each roll. I’ve never eaten a bad piece of fish here. They make even Uni taste good. If I were getting married tomorrow I’d have them cater the affair. Love Ido.
Posted by Emma on 03/13/2006
This is the best sushi I've had. The rolls are incredible. Rocco's Music is out of this world. The sashimi is generous and fresh and the whole experience is delicious. I would eat here every night if i could.
Posted by Sushi Lover on 03/12/2006
Based on this website, Ido Sushi came highly rated. I did not find that to be true. First of all, I don't think the owners or the sushi chef are Japanese? Not that you have to be, but it already was a red-flag for me. The toro sashimi arrived tired, listless and slightly grey. The rice for the sushi was mushy and not chewy and firm. The Goma-Ae, (spinach with sesame sauce), was chalky and flavorless. Although, the wait staff was friendly, the service was not consisitent. All our appetizers arrived at the same time and our sushi took forever. I believe the menu has too many items, you don't need to offer everything under the sun, you can limit what you have but just do them well. All this to say, it's an o.k. restaurant but definitely not for the prices they are charging. For the money, there are too many other Japanese/Sushi restaurants in NY that are far superior. Good luck. Sushi Lover
Posted by Mruczek on 02/24/2006
An unusual assortment of specialty rolls, and a chef who is amicable to adding truly appealing customer creations to his menu. Fast and courteous service. Definitely a place where you will want to sit at the bar, or in the private section for a quiet meal with friends. Speedy after hours delivery service. Well worth a repeat visit.
Posted by PBrentice on 01/31/2006
This place is the bomb! I thought i knew a lot about Sushi in Manhattan until i came to this place. The food is heavenly. Service is very welcoming. You must try everything in their menu. I love their Pan Seared Tuna rolls. I have never seen that at anywhere but here. Their fresh lobster rolls are excellent! Out of this world experience... If i have to choose a Sushi restaurant in the Village, I would certainly choose this place over any other restaurants.
Posted by G.Leone on 12/28/2005
If you are a true lover of Sushi & Japanese food, then this is the place for you. I'm not talking California Rolls and Avacado rolls. I'm talking super high quality and very Unique dishes. All I can say is "Amazing!". I eat Japanees food 3 to 5 times a week and I eat at the most expensive places in NY. This is now my favorite place. The Bar and atmosphere is great too. on a scale from 1-10, I give "Ido" an 11.