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Posted by sushi man on 01/13/2009
Sushi Seki is probably the very best Sushi restaurant in NY. I've experienced sushi in many restaurants and once you eat Seki's sushi, you can't even stomach other sushi places... As another poster mentioned...you need to sit at the Sushi bar ONLY...if possible, sit on the right side, as that is where Seki himself fixes up your sushi....order the Omikase, and enjoy! It's truly the best experience, and you gotta do it!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/18/2008
i come here on an occasional saturday night real late after a long night and eat great rolls. I cant say enough about my appreciation for a sushi place opened at 230 in the morning.
Posted by sushidan on 08/22/2008
I went here with a good friend of mine for dinner. It was phenomenal. Not many restaurants have you declaring "Awesome!" after almost every bite but this place definitely does. I highly recommend the Omakase, or chef's choice as you will be progressively impressed with each piece. I have had sushi all over the world and this place is right up there with Gari and Masa and it's better than 90% of places in Tokyo. I highly recommend for a great sushi night. Favorites: Uni with Qual egg, Spicy Scallop hand-roll.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/07/2008
I chose Suhi Seki as the location for my birthday dinner this year, and my bf and I also recently took some visitors from out of town there. It is a solid choice if you have a special occasion to celebrate and you love sushi. I agree wholeheartedly with other posters that you really have to order the chef's special omakase in order to fully appreciate this restaurant. That is all we have ever ordered there, and it is very much worth it. The sushi is like art, and there is such an incredible variety presented when you order this way. I have never left a meal there less than amazed, or less than stuffed because I kept ordering more.
Posted by N on 06/26/2008
Sushi Seki is the best sushi ever. You have to sit at the Sushi Bar and order Omakase to truly experience it.
Posted by Karen on 06/02/2008
After all the good reviews I read about this place I thought I will have fantastic sushi. But actually I was really disappointed! The sushi were not that good, the pieces were very small, in sum nothing exciting! And really pricey for the quality/quantity. I had much better sushi in many other less expensive places in NY
Posted by Sushi lover on 05/23/2008
Sushi was less then what we expected. Too sloppy, not enough creativity, small pieces. Nothing special - just good sushi and is not worth the money. Got chef's special 9 pieces for $50, sushi did not compare to Sushi Gary and Sushi Gary's atmosphere.