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Posted by David on 11/13/2014
Used to like this place, but the last two times that I ate there, the fish taste didn't leave my mouth long after I swallowed it. Pieces of fish have shrunken from small to minuscule and prices are large. No wonder this place is always empty! You can do much better in the nabe
Posted by Magii on 04/17/2014
Great sushi but I am sure they will be going out of business. Walked in Thurs at 730p and the place was completely empty. We asked to sit at the bar and they refused saying it required reservations. So there we sat for the entirety of the meal the only ones in the restaurant sitting at a table with a restaurant to ourselves. Meanwhile other notables such as Sushi of Gari were packed. Too bad. It's good sushi.
Posted by Zeke on 02/01/2013
If you rate sushi based on the size of rolls then you have no idea what traditional Japanese food is about. The quality and variety of the fish at this restaurant is superb. This is authentic Japanese sushi, not a Chinese owned fake Japanese restaurant with patrons who only eat rolls and know of tuna and river eel. The service and food is truly excellent at Inase.
Posted by Alex on 06/16/2012
I have been going to this restaurant for the last 7 years. Consistent quality, authentic Japanese, and quiet space. Highly recommended. Inase is an authentic Japanese restaurant that deserves a recognition.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/11/2011
Don't understand the negative reviews. I started eating sushi before there were any sushi restaurants in New York (dating myself) while spending time in San Francisco where there was one of the earliest Japanese communities in the country. Inase's sushi is as good as almost any I've had anywhere. The fish is always fresh, and often fairly unique if you ask for something different, and their prices are fair - I live in Washington Heights and spend over $30 on round trip taxies weekly to eat there; that's how good I think it is. The owner is the sushi chef and comes from a family of sushi chefs. A good percentage of their customers are Japanese ( which seems to be the ultimate test) and once I saw Woody Allen and family eating there.
Posted by L on 06/26/2011
If a restaurant is hit or miss, it is not a good restaurant. "bad day", "good day"... when going to a good restaurant, the food should be consistently good... orrr it is not a good restaurant! This restaurant is not good. there are many great options on the UES... This one needs to improve the size of the rolls, and the quality of the fish (on a daily basis). I love sushi. I eat sushi 3 times a week, and I know a good roll. This place just doesn't cut it. And the service... not good at all!!
Posted by L on 11/27/2010
The sushi was not good. there was barely any fish in the roll. It did not taste good. I know good sushi, and this is not it. I have been to nearly every sushi restaurant on the upper east side.