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Sushi Seki

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  • Japanese, Sushi
  • 1143 1st Ave, New York NY10065 40.761981 -73.960614
  • (Btwn 62nd & 63rd St)
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  • (212) 371-0238
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User Ratings (Based on 113 reviews)

3.785
Food 4.4 Value 3.5
Service 4.0 Atmosphere 3.3

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 371-0238
Notes:
Take Out Visa, MC, AmEx
Hours:
Mon-Sat: 5:30pm-3am
Serves:
Dinner
Features:
Open Late, Tasting Menu, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Sushi Seki

    Posted by Nick on 01/13/2006

    Best sushi value in town

    I wouldn't take a date here to be impressed by the ambiance, but if you have lived in Japan and have been spoiled by great sushi, this is the place to spoil yourself with brilliant sushi for very reasonable money. I

  • Sushi Seki

    Posted by jack on 12/29/2005

    Amazing Sushi

    Possibly the best sushi in the city. Extremely reasonable prices and the staff is very friendly and helpful. A home run for sushi restaurants.

  • Sushi Seki

    Posted by Anonymous on 12/18/2005

    Sushi spoiler

    Once you eat here, you won't want to eat sushi anywhere else. You will use this as a benchmark and no where else will come close. I'm almost mad I found this place because I don't want to go anywhere else.

  • Sushi Seki

    Posted by SS on 12/05/2005

    Incredible

    Seki gets my vote for best sushi joint in NYC. The prices are quite reasonable for what you get. The salmon, tuna, eel and yellow tail are all amazing. This place is better than Yasuda where you get tiny little pieces for obscene prices, some not even that fresh. You can actually believe the good reviews for this place. I'd say Seki, Kuruma, Kirara, Bond St and Fukumatsu are my favs.

  • Sushi Seki

    Posted by Mr. Michelin on 11/28/2005

    Wow

    This place offers the best quality for your $. Having traveled Japan, Sushi Seki feels like an authentic establishment, esp. when sitting at the sushi bar. Friendly, attentive staff make you feel at home. The Uni here is like butter.

  • Sushi Seki

    Posted by NYC Foodie on 10/24/2005

    Top notch sushi

    So far one of the best sushi restaurants in New York. The spicy scallop is delicious, with spices on the delicate side, complementing rather than overpowering. The sea eel just melts in your mouth. The hidden jem was Spanish mackerel, very tastefully presented. The squid appetizer was a little disappointing, being cooked unevenly, but quickly forgotten once the sushi arrived. The staff was very courteous and attentive, which was a pleasant surprise compared to the staff at Gari. It is very easy to get a little carried away and run up a large bill, but with quality being so high, one does not mind. In overall, a terrific dining experience.

  • Sushi Seki

    Posted by Drew on 10/07/2005

    This will ruin sushi for you forever...

    And I truly mean it. You will not be able to eat Sushi anywhere else again, because not many places will compare. I have been a Seki customer for almost 1 1/2 years, going about twice a month. Like some other reviewers have said, I highly HIGHLY recommend the Spicy Scallop Hand Roll. Honestly, I start with one and end with one every time I go. In my opinion, the best way to enjoy Sushi Seki is to let Seki decide what he is going to feed you. Sounds a little silly, but honestly, you will not be disappointed. It?s called the Seki Menu, and it is best served when you sit at the bar. One by one, Seki will hand you some of the most amazing combinations of flavor you have ever experienced. No need for soy sauce or wasabi on ANY piece. You will continue to get difference types of Seki?s creations until you wave the white flag. Trust me, even after you are pretty full you?ll still want the next piece coming. As far as price is concerned, you can not have Sushi in the city anywhere cheaply. Or a steak, or any great meal. In my opinion, the prices are fair. Definitely not cheap, but certainly not over priced. Well worth every penny. Hope you enjoy!

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