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Posted by Anonymous on 09/11/2009
Went there with a friend. We were both craving sushi and heard about this place. Got the Omakase and two different types of Sake. We were in heaven. There were a couple of okay pieces but overall the service was great, sake was good, and sushi was excellent.
Posted by OMLLEN on 08/23/2009
Sushi Seki is by far the best sushi in New York. You wouldn't know it when you walk in the door to find an average atmosphere, but, the experience begins as soon as you sit down. We have been to the best sushi restaurants around the world and nothing compares to Seki. It is not only the tremendous quality of their fish, but the great combinations Seki puts together in the tasting menu. Unreal is the only word to describe this place!! Some favorites: Tuna with tofu sauce - Salmon with green sauce - Chopped eel and avocado - himachi with jalepano - and the not to be missed, spicy scallop hand roll.
Posted by anon on 07/16/2009
Having tried almost every 'top' sushi place in NYC on my various visits, the place just sticks out as consistently the best, especially if you sit at the bar. Fresh, original sushi to wow anyone wanting a true food experience. I can't say it is great value- great sushi costs a ton, as it should, but of all the top rated places this is the best value.
Posted by Seki Lover on 06/25/2009
Seki is my favorite sushi place... everything there is simply delicious. Love love love sushi seki. Pricey but worth every penny.
Posted by still crazy after all these years on 06/10/2009
i have been going to this place for ages and it never disappoints- the seki special for one is to die for even something as simple as a spicy tuna roll that melts in your mouth proves how this place stands out from the rest
Posted by TreeHouseNick on 04/25/2009
I loved the sushi. It was different, unique, tasty! I had to keep reordering because I loved so many of the different combos. Sat at the Sushi bar and was handed my sushi one at a time, which I loved. My only negs was having to wait 20 minutes to get seated - I didn't have a reservation, but it was 11pm, so I didn't think it'd be a problem. They also seem very snooty, as if they were doing you a favor by allowing you to dine there, which I always hate. I sort of feel like the sushi was worth it though.
Posted by NYCC on 04/23/2009
Had an 8pm reservation on a Wednesday and wasn't seated until 8:30pm. I honestly don't understand what all the hype about this place is. The food was very average. They wouldn't change anything on the rolls (not even holding off on the mayo like I asked). This was my first and last time at Sushi Seki. There are much comprable sushi places in the area at a much lower price point.