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Posted by Anonymous on 07/09/2004
I've been to eaten plenty of japanese cuisines in my lifetime and i must say, Sushi Yasuda has some of the best sushi i've ever had. It is amazing. It's a must try, you'd be foolish to miss out on a restaurant with great ambiance and amazing service. Get seated by the bar served by Chef Yasuda himself. It is an experience worth every dollar you pay.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/06/2004
Best sushi I have ever had by far. The sushi rice was amazing. I had the following which was all great: king salmon, white salmon, arctic char, salmon, toro, 4 kinds of eel, yellowtail, mackerel-ginger roll, toro-scallion roll, tamago, and shrimp-custard which is a little like tamago with shrimp. Make sure you get Yasuda at the sushi bar.
Posted by Fulminating on 04/01/2004
Went here for my bday last year and it was easily one of my favorite meals in nyc. If you're going to go, splurge for the omakase ($125+) at the sushi bar. Yasuda is famous for its rice, so get the sushi and be sure to get the anago (sea eel)--freshly grilled for you! I eat a lot of sushi and the only sushi restaurant that *might* be better is kuruma, but then again, it's more than twice as expensive at $700 for two!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/18/2004
The fish is the freshest you'll get anywhere. They also have the largest selection of fish that I've ever seen. I eat sushi at least 5 days a week, and I know that Sushi Yasuda is the best in Manhattan. Like any other sushi, it's much better tasting if you go to the restaurant rather than ordering it.
Posted by The BEST on 01/17/2004
By far...the best sushi restaurant in the city...since the first time I've gone 3 months ago, I think I've been back at least 10 times...It's the best sushi, although a bit pricey...but definitely worth the money! Go if and when you can!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/07/2004
This is the best and freshest sushi I have ever eaten - it's no wonder why it's difficult to get a reservation. I've eaten in many sushi restaurants and have never found such a variety of fresh and delicious sushi. My favorites are uni (which I won't eat at any other restaurant), unagi, and the salmon skin rolls. If you're lucky enough to sit at Yasuda-san's station, you will never be without a piece of sushi in front of you. The sushi is so fresh there's no need for soy sauce.