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Posted by anonymous on 03/25/2014
Ordered Negima Yaki Teisyoku. Waitress was too busy serving others and finally brought our meal and it was COLD. Try eating 'cold meat'. Also, the person taking reservations is a bit too snooty on the phone.
Posted by Vittoria on 12/14/2013
I went into this resturant becouse my friend suggeste me. Good food, very quiet atmosfere, staff is courteous. I'll come back the next time that I'll be in nyc.
Posted by WMLA on 07/11/2013
I agree with Sushi Connoisseur, that Sushi Den is one of the finest sushi restaurants in NYC and America. In addition, the prices are quite reasonable as compared to other NYC sushi restaurants. You could get better quality and a more refined service, but you do pay quite a lot more. Sushi Den offers authentic Japanese sushi at a very competitive price. I treat Sushi Den as a regular sushi dinning, and if I want a special treat, will splurge rarely, on more expensive sushi elsewhere.
Posted by Sushi Connoisseur on 03/11/2012
I strongly disagree with the previous bost by anon. I have eaten sushi from hundreds of restaurants all over the world, including the Tsukiji fish market in Japan. As far as New York City goes, this Japanese restaurant is undeniably as good as it gets. The quality is outstanding. To the knowledge of a basic sushi critique, the food is unbelievable. I have been going to Sushiden East and West for over twenty years. It has been consistently the best restaurant for authentic Japanese sushi. The employees and chef's are very friendly as well.
Posted by Anon in Midtown on 01/07/2009
After having an excellent lunch, my wife and I decided to give dinner a try before a Broadway show. Service...Check! Miso Soup...Check! Service....Check! Salad.... Not as good SushiBleck!! Not sure what happened. The rolls my wife ordered were gummy and the tuna/scallion one she ordered tasted like tuna from a can. My sashimi felt like it was sitting around a while. The quality of a sushi place rests on the consistent quality, preperation and handling of its fish. This was not close to what I had for lunch just a few days prior. The one saving grace was the desert. Green tea cake made from green tea mouse layered in between crepes. It was pretty good but could not get over how bad the fish was. Maybe this is what the pre-theater crowd thinks is great sushi. People sitting around us were all from out of town and thought it was great. I bet they havent had sushi before outside of a supermarket display case. Would love to give this place another try but will will be very hesitant becuase of the huge day/night difference.
Posted by Anon in Midtown on 12/29/2008
Went to SUSHIDEN for the first time with a business contact as per his reccomendation. I have eaten alot of sushi and from variuos places over the years and SUSHIDEN ranked up there and surpassed my favorites in the NYC area. The fish was of excellent quality and the rice was perfect.
Posted by Michelle on 03/05/2008
I am Japanese and have eaten sushi all my life (even at Tsukiji fish market). This place is as good as it gets. It's not trendy, flashy or frilly. They do sushi the way it's supposed to be done. I agree with the review before, get a seat at the counter and ask the chef to do as he pleases. You will not be disappointed. The service is impeccable, the fish is high quality and they have a lot of variety. It's a good value and service is fast. This is the Japanese person's Japanese restaurant.