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  • Japanese, Sushi
  • 173 3rd Ave, New York NY10003 40.7348404 -73.9860072
  • (Btwn 16th & 17th St)
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  • (646) 963-2521
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User Ratings (Based on 36 reviews)

4.365
Food 4.6 Value 4.3
Service 4.5 Atmosphere 4.1

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(646) 963-2521
Place Order:
Order From The Loop for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Delivery Take Out Visa, MC, AmEx
Hours:
Daily: 12pm-11:30pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out

User Reviews

  • The Loop

    Posted by AJ on 11/15/2010

    Delivery

    Just average for simple rolls and edamame... Although my wife did really like the spring rolls.

  • The Loop

    Posted by yellow on 09/09/2010

    Excellent service, fresh ingredients.

    Just had lunch there today and really love the atmosphere, the service and the food. We had lunch box of salmon teriyaki, the box was nicely and perfectly done using the freshest ingredient. In terms of price, it was very cheap, considered $8.50 and we get california roll, 2 generous size of salmon fillet, rice, salad, soup and spring rolls. Delish! The restaurant is very clean, the servers are very attentive and we didn't wait too long for our meal to be served. Overall, two thumbs up for this restaurant. Definitely would come back again. We highly recommend this restaurant.

  • The Loop

    Posted by Anny on 08/17/2010

    Mmm...

    The most creative and delicious rolls in town.

  • The Loop

    Posted by anonymouse on 06/20/2010

    Better than Nobu?

    I've never been to Nobu, but my friend has, and she says the Loop is as good as Nobu, for a lot less money. I don't know, I just love it. I would never take the time to write a review, but I don't want this restaurant to close, so I want to encourage you to try it. They have all kinds of exotic combinations of flavors in their rolls. The rolls are large, and beautifully presented. The lunch special is great, 2 rolls and soup or salad (yum) for around 9 dollars. Please try them. We need this great Japanese restaurant to stay around a long time!

  • The Loop

    Posted by Yummy in my tummy on 05/19/2010

    Falling in love with sushi all over again

    By far the best lil sushi joint I've found thus far in nyc. Truly original and delicious. Try their signature rolls; especially the angry blue crab. I have dreams about the tempura rock shrimp. I will be going there agin and again.

  • The Loop

    Posted by sushilover on 05/03/2010

    The best in the city

    This restaurant rocks! It's a clean, cozy place with quick service. Their fish is extremely fresh!

  • The Loop

    Posted by Elizabeth on 04/22/2010

    Not that great, & inconsistent

    I've tried this place for delivery twice, and eaten there in person 2-3 times. It sounds like most reviewers have ordered their specialty rolls and some creative (non-traditional) appetizers, and I've stuck to more traditional fare, so that may be why I'm not blown away by The Loop. The homemade shrimp shumai are weird -- they're just shrimp & chicken meatballs wrapped in thin egg noodles. Not very tasty and not what you expect or want from shumai. The vegetable spring roll is also totally forgettable -- hardly any filling, greasy, all dough. The miso soup is standard. Lobster miso quite tasty, but again, nothing suprising or especially good. I've always ordered the 3 maki lunch special (3 rolls with soup or salad; I get spicy tuna, yellowtail scallion, and crispy spicy snow crab avocado). It's a great deal, but the quality seems to be better when you dine in rather than get delivery. Also, I agree with other reviewers that the rice can sometimes be dry. One day, the fish will seem very clean & fresh; another, dry and bland. Today I ordered delivery, and it was as though they were short on nori or measured incorrectly -- none of my rolls had a full piece of nori around them, so the stuffing was falling out. The yellowtail seemed bland and not very fresh, and whatever was in that crab roll was definitely not crab. I didn't take my chances with eating it. Maybe if I came in for tuna pizza and their specialty rolls (many of which seem to of the 'stuffed with cream cheese & deep fried' variety), I'd like the place more. However, I've given them 4 tries, and for fresh, traditional sushi and maki, I'll be going elsewhere from now on.

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