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Posted by French on 10/25/2012
If like me you are a former parisian you will be satisfied at Sushein! Their rolls are delicious and the taste is comparable to Sushi West and Sushi Shop (in Paris) when they first opened back in the days. On the top of it, staff is really nice. I really recommend this place! Bon appetit!
Posted by Oswald on 09/27/2012
I don't get sushi as good as Sushein's anywhere else. I am also a fan of the different specialty rolls they serve. I am a bit picky about where I sit here though since I don't like being too close to the TVs. I would recommend the Rocky Sumo roll
Posted by Will on 09/20/2012
I must have eaten here about 6 times or so and each time I go I try a different thing. Most are good and I am tempted to order the same thing but every time I try a new sushi it always tastes great. I am not picky with food and I like to try out new things. Sushein is a great place to eat
Posted by Lanica on 09/03/2012
I would recommend Sushein but I suggest going here for a light meal. Do not go if you are incredible hungry. The food is good but the service is a bit slow and a bit pricey. I could eat here all the time but the price is a bit much for me
Posted by Cliff on 08/27/2012
Sushein is one of my favorite places. I go here like 3 to 5 times a month. The food is really good. the only thing I don't really agree with is the music but its no big complaint
Posted by Dick G. on 08/20/2012
If you're sick of the same-old same-old sushi rolls on most sushi restaurants, then sushein is certainly a good option because they offer so much varity when it comes to their sushi and sashimi rolls. Their specialty rolls are pretty great and are fairly priced for the size at around $15 to $20, depending on the kind of roll you choose. If you're going for dinner, be ready to spend around $25 to $60 per person, depending on your selection but you definitely won't be disappointed with the food.
Posted by George S. on 08/03/2012
It's always a risk trying out a new restaurant in NYC but Sushein definitely does not disappoint. They serve good food for both lunch and dinner but since they offer different menus, if you really want to try out their best dishes, I suggest trying them out for dinner. Of course, their sushi rolls are their specialty and they are excellent but they also serve great steaks and other entrees.