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Posted by Diana on 12/01/2004
I order from here at least 3x a week.. Both delievery and service are excellent.
Posted by Sushi enthusiast on 11/19/2004
Hi, I've had more creative sushi elsewhere, but for New York City the sushi doesn't get any better as far as I'm concerned. I've been to the more expensive, trendy places, and while the may have a bigger selection (rare and odd types of fish) I am often disappoointed because for the money I feel that I am not upping the quality - in fact - in terms of freshness and cut, I often feel like those places are worse. For example, sometimes Blue Ribbon sushi is great, but sometimes it's not. And I'm not a fan of Nobu NYC (though I do like the one in London). At any rate, for sushi enthusiasts looking for high quality, well-cut sushi, go to Mizu.
Posted by Shirley on 11/16/2004
Loved everything we ordered from there, specifically the sushi was superior. Delivery was quick. I am in love...
Posted by Lisa on 10/28/2004
This restaurant used to be a lot more fun when Joe was the host. He was warm and accommodating and actually remembered my friend's name months after she had been there! I still go occasionally because the food is great but the energy has changed so much. It feels less like a friendly neighborhood joint and more pretentious and generic.
Posted by nwdg on 10/18/2004
Totally addicted to their rolls--the most creative and delicious I've found. But it's an expensive addiction...Get delivery all the time, and boy does it add up!
Posted by Anonymous on 09/27/2004
I go to Mizu several times a month, and I think it's one of the best casual Japanese restaurants in NYC. Just watch out for delivery; they sometimes take up to 1.5 hours!!
Posted by take a seat, Pete on 09/09/2004
The previous host - apparently named Joe - was actually quite rude, unfriendly and favored the cheesy murray hill type...and is it really necessary for a host to do saki bombs with the diners? The new host couldn't be friendlier and makes the whole dining experience more pleasant. Stay at home, Pete, and keep your comments to yourself.