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Sushi of Gari
Posted by Anonymous on 03/05/2014
Before theater 4 adults & 2 young children were advised to try Sushi Gari! Very disappointed when the waitress returned to our table to inform us that the children had not ordered the $ 20 per person mandatory order. The adults did, but the young children had not ordered enough! We will not be back!
Posted by UES Foodie on 05/15/2013
This was the only place i'd get sushi from on ues. Last 2 times it was very average and extremely $$$$. Not worth it anymore.
Posted by Rick on 02/19/2013
Almost always good food. Terrible delivery. On a good night they take a full 45 minutes. Tonight I called them after 1 hour and 5 minutes and they are waiting for a delivery guy to come back to deliver my food. Just a hollow sorry, very disappointing. I'm very upset with my favorite sushi place tonight.
Posted by foodninja on 03/04/2012
The Omakase was very good, but overall it was lackluster and way too overpriced. I expected a lot more considering their reputation. It was not very authentic and I think they prey on the clientele not knowing so.
Posted by yumyum on 09/18/2011
Service was EXCELLENT. Went Sunday afternoon when it was not crowded. Omakase was delicious. Staff was lovely.
Posted by Hoze on 05/22/2011
Sushi of Gari is the place you go when you want to have perfect sushi served with a bit of avant garde notes. They do it day in and day out, no one can or will imitate this wonderful combinations done by the staff of Gari. The Umeshu I must add is a must try ! Omakase is KING here. So no other will do.
Posted by SRNYC25 on 03/26/2011
There's so much mediocre sushi on every corner that it's refreshing to eat high quality, well crafted sushi in an unpretentious restaurant. The preparations are inventive, but DON'T cover up the fish. Highlights include: AMAZING fluke sushi topped with a small dot of salty plum paste, salmon with tomato, kumamoto oyster with jalapeno, and mackerel with a dollop of soy sesame seed sauce. If you're an American sushi traditionalist, the spicy tuna and spicy shrimp tempura are out of this world with just the right fish to rice ration (not TOO much fish PLEASEEEEEEE, it's not balanced!). Try to sit at the bar if you can, it's fun and you can order stuff on the fly directly from the sushi chefs. Two of us had in all 10 pieces of sushi and 4 rolls and it was 117 (not incl. tip). To me, that's a fair deal.