Row 1

61 W 8th St (near 6th Ave)
New York, NY 10011
(212) 505-2610
$ $ $ $
Mon–Thu, Sun: Noon–10:30 PM Fri–Sat: Noon–11:30 PM

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  • Top-notch sushi at a good price. Every bite of raw fish on rice is a joy, but you'll miss out if you don't try one of the hot dishes, like the silky uni porridge. Critics' choice for best sushi bar.
  • The nontraditional omakase (featuring Americanized novelties like spicy salmon, and is punctuated with ultracreamy peanut-butter ice cream) rivals even that of the staunchest of sushi classicists.
  • The menu has a lot of awesome offerings, but the omakase is the way to go! Also say hi to Chef Nick! Amazing staff to boot!
  • One of our favorite restaurants for upscale Japanese sushi and more (cocktails, too). Though prices are far from cheap, Neta offers a much better value than Manhattan's sushi giants.
  • the uni is to die for, the toro sushi is heavenly (even if it's expensive) and the shubui cocktail is a beautiful blend of gin, lime, peppercorn and (yes!) scallions
  • more like OMGgase - so do that.
  • Some amazingly fresh and perfectly prepared sushi! Get involved!
  • Omakase for sure. Amazing fish, everything is really interesting and delicious. Hands down the best uni I've ever had (fyi it's from santa Barbara )
  • Kampachi King MushroomSzechuan Spiced Tuna Crispy RiceKampachi Sushi With Sweet PotatoToro SushiSalmon With Spicy MayoRoll - Eel And Avocado
  • Shave some calories off your daily intake with the smaller-portioned razor clam risotto w/ soy braised veal & Chinese celery.
  • Bar seats should be de rigueur. Omakase is good, sak selection is strong.
  • Delicious but TEENY portions. Left with a hungry rumble in my stomach
  • Nothing to write home about. If you go there don't get the omakase. Not worth it. Get the small hot plates. Definitely not the toro. It sucked :'(
  • Sushi and peanut butter ice cream? Does it get any better? Don't miss the omakase menu here.
  • Omakase all the way! This is the closest thing to Masa I can afford.
  • The wet napkin they give you, do not remove from the bowl. It's meant to just clean your fingers.
  • Get the omakase. One of the best sushi meals I've had in NYC.
  • can't believe we just spent $430 and left the place hungry!! Neta, take notes, no matter how good your food looks, a hungry customer is not a repeat customer
  • Get the omakase and a cocktail followed by glass of sake then finish it off with another cocktail.
  • Nick Kim and Jimmy Lau, the former head chefs at Masa and Bar Masa open this restaurant in Greenwich Village. Small plates include toro tartar, Dungeness crab chawan mushi and razor-clam risotto.