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Posted by Andre on 04/21/2005
I try and go to this place at least once a month. The Sushi is the best I have tasted regardless of cost. Everything concerning food is prefect, perfectly cut, perfectly fresh fish and perfectly prepared rice. Service is very good, and the place extemely pleasant. $100 is not too much for this level of food quality.
Posted by mcf on 03/22/2005
It's rare that I spend $100 on a meal and feel as if I got great value-- but the fish is so incredible at Sushi Yasuda that it's impossible to resent the expenditure. The sushi is perfectly sized, carefully flavored (at the bar, Yasuda applies the soy sauce/lemon juice/salt-- assuring that each piece of fish is served the way it's best), and the rice is magical. Not only is Yasuda a master, but he's also surprising gregarious; it's a true pleasure to sit at his station at the bar and enjoy both his cuisine and his conversation.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/15/2005
I would recommend this place to anyone that likes sushi. A wide variety to choose from and not one that will disappoint. We even tried the sea urchin and were pleasently surprised. Expensive but what in New York isn't? Of the japanese restaurants I've eaten at this one ranks with the best.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/14/2004
After living in Tokyo for several years, I was on a sushi hunt when I returned to NYC. I am not one to add fuel to the fire, and I kept this place as secret as possible before it hit Zagat's, but the word is out. This is the best here. Four varieties of yellowtail? Please. Omakase served at the bar by Yasuda will 1) impress your date, 2) ruin you for any other sushi place, and 3) leave your credit card on fire. For nitpickers, the atmosphere is Scandinavian modern, not Japanese traditional, but this odd flaw is easily overcome by the quality of food and service.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/27/2004
I enjoyed the omakase and though it was prepared by SY's #2, the rate was first class. The detail to preparation, a drop of lemon and a grain of salt for example, is the perfect accompaniment to the flawless fish, shellfish and eel. When it's the best it doesn't need to be drowned in sticky sauces and globs of mayo. I have had sushi all over the country and Sushi Yasuda is simply - in all respects - the best.
Posted by George on 10/04/2004
Sushi Yasuda is the real thing. Raised in Tokyo, I have had the opportunity to enjoy real Edo-Mae sushi and Yasuda san's technique is right up there with the best. It is a treat to sit at his counter and enjoy his Nigiri. I recommend this place to any Sushi Connoisseur. Yasuda san no osushi wa umai.
Posted by Tom on 09/28/2004
This place is all about exquisite fish and rice. If you are looking for some thing more creative this is not the place for you (Try Sushi of Gari for wonderful and creative sushi with other sauces and toppings). But, if you love perfect fresh fish, excellent rice and a light painting of soy sauce you will not find better in NYC.