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Posted by Silvia on 2013-12-10
This is not a sushi place and it's very expensive. Said that, it's one of the best, if not the best, Japanese restaurant in NYC. Every dish on the menu is delicious (yes, also small and expensive). Ambiance is ok, but definitely not at the same level as t
Posted by The Foodie Magician on 2013-03-13
Don't believe what others are saying. Soto is one of the best, most sublime sushi spots in NYC. Period. The ambiance is subdued, and not exciting. If you are looking for a festive spot, this is not the place. But if you are seeking sublime sushi. Go. The
Posted by hellovirginia on 2012-10-26
After I have read so many reviews about unhurried service and New York's top Japanese Restaurant. I am truly embarrassed for Soto on a Friday night. I encourage you not to make you reservation based upon when you want to arrive, but based on when you wan
Posted by Macy on 2012-07-23
We went there as it has 2 Michelin stars. I found the food rather bland or overpowered by sea urchin. My favorite was the sesame tofu, I had high expectations for the eel with uni, but the uni over flavored the eel. All other dishes where rather bland and
Posted by Paul on 2012-07-23
Wow: so not worth what I spent and absolutely not worth the hype.
You get in and first thing you are told is to order at least 3 things per page (we were 2 people). Dinner started great with tofu; went down from there. Uni overpowers every other flavor
Posted by Kat on 2012-02-13
If you want sushi, go elsewhere. Although the quality of the sushi is excellent, the portion size and variety is lacking. Go to Soto when you want innovative Japanese food that is expertly prepared.
Posted by michael on 2012-01-11
basically disappointed. No o-toro, no 5 different kinds of hamachi, etc. Dont get me wrong, its a very good sushi restaurant, and I have eaten sushi all over the world including many places in Japan. I dont think the creativity and quality is as good as
Posted by NYC_Foody on 2011-07-14
I am a foody in NYC and love various Japanese creations
Soto has an interesting store front with no signage. Atmosphere inside is nice & service is pleasant but we were there for the food!
We ordered 4 items and the 8piece sushi omakase. Dishes were