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Posted by Anonymous on 02/14/2005
Make sure you make reservation. Food was excellent, they could do a bit more with decoration. I'll take the quality of food over deco anyday. Must try the black cod with miso and chilean sea bass with black bean sauce. The sushi was very good and very fresh. Highly recommend.
Posted by Rwag on 02/06/2005
Sushi Seki isn't bad, but there is nothing that sets this place apart from many other Japanese restaurants in NYC. The pieces were pretty small for a la carte sushi and sashimi orders, and they were out of some basic fish, as well as some apps at 10:00 on a Sat night. They lightly sear their salmon which is different. Service was really friendly and the decor is very nice. Being open until 3AM is a big plus.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/14/2004
I'm a sushi snob having lived in Tokyo. This place is not as good as Yasuda, but it still can be amazing. For this quality, the price is a definite bargain. Seki is Chinese, which may irk purists, but he had fine training at Sushi of Gari. The 3am closing time is a huge plus. The live shrimp, heads chopped off and fried, the remainder served raw, is great. Never tried the omakase, but the sushi deluxe never dissapoints me. Gari is creative, and he's the sake king, but this is the best traditional in this neighborhood. Both are worth the vist, for residents. If your date doesn't like it, umm, well...
Posted by drewbe on 11/02/2004
"The best Jerry, the best"
Posted by Anonymous on 10/14/2004
I've been to many sushi restaurants in Manhattan but this is the best! Their tuna is amazing and their fish is the freshest around. Sooo good!
Posted by lilbunny on 09/20/2004
Amazing sushi which can't be beat. Def. try the chef's specials which will blow your socks off. Make sure to make a ressie.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/29/2004
Better than Gari in this neighborhood. Overall very fresh, uni exquisitely creamy.