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Posted by Anonymous on 07/29/2004
Better than Gari in this neighborhood. Overall very fresh, uni exquisitely creamy.
Posted by Robbie on 07/24/2004
This place is superb. Definitely a great value. That being said, reviewer below has no clue what they're talking about. This is not the best sushi in the city. That award may go to Masa, Sushi Yasuda, KurumaZushi, or Megu. Those restaurants may not even be the best in the world, as there are tons of good Sushi places in Japan! So not the best in the world, but certainly very good and an excellent value.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/14/2004
If this is the best sushi in NY and NY has the best of the best it must be the best sushi ever. Seki will hand make your rolls to perfection. Try to Yellowtail Jalepeno.
Posted by King Salo on 05/03/2004
Simply the best... add in that they're open till 3AM, and you'll understand why they know me at the door....
Posted by Anonymous on 02/28/2004
Best sushi I have had in the area.
Posted by Melissa on 02/20/2004
You could walk right past this gem and not even notice it, but don't you dare pass it up! By far, the best sushi I have ever had and would rival any of the other more infamous establishments. The place is small and intimate but immaculate. The staff is efficient and friendly and will do anything to accommodate their patrons. Just as the other reviewer mentioned, the most coveted spot is in front of Seki himself. A true sushi genius. Ask him to keep it coming and he will create masterpieces before you all the while never losing the friendly smile on his face. My personal favorites being the fried oysters, spicy crunchy tuna rolls, and edamame as an appetizer. Prices are reasonable and compared with what you are getting in return they are dirt cheap! Definitely worth a visit, or two, or three, or...!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/24/2004
If you are a sushi-file, you've found your heaven at this New Tokyo-style sushi bar. If you want the best request the coveted seats in front of the master himself, Seki, a young man with an ever-present smile on his face. He will cut you the most incredible pieces of fish. Make sure you also request a "Spice Scallop Handroll"-it's like candy! Not only is the food unforgettable, but also the service is fast, extremely friendly and always accommodating (Seki's wife is in charge). I'm telling you, you will never be satisfied with the other sushi in your life after you dine here.