Ichimura at Brushstroke

Row 1

30 Hudson St (at Duane St)
New York, NY 10013
(212) 513-7141
$ $ $ $
Mon: 5:30 PM–10:30 PM Tue–Thu: 11:30 AM–2:45 PM Fri–Sat: 11:30 AM–2:45 PM

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  • There's no menu here, just the omakase, which is nothing short of incredible. When you make a reservation, make sure it's for Ichimura's omakase - it's different from the Brushstroke restaurant.
  • Between the first-rate fare, classic Bouley service and dapper Shinto-shrine decor, this Michelin-starred sanctuary earns every dollar of the weekly paycheck youll have to fork over.
  • Top 5 best meals of my life. We sat at the sushi bar while Chef Ichimura lovingly fed us uni and 373863 iterations of tuna until we were fat and happy. Definitely get the omakase menu !
  • A secluded sushi nook with only 12 seats. It has no sign on the street, and no door of its own; you enter through Bouley's Brushstroke. Call ahead for reservations.
  • There are quite a number of courses, so definitely go hungry!
  • Top three sushi bar in Manhattan
  • Amazing & unique omakase experience. Ultra traditional & incredibly delicious. Fantastic service- they even sent us home with a literal doggy bag of tuna. A must for traditional Japanese food lovers.
  • Every things are great, its like you are at Japan. The same taste. Bests are golden grab and lombster.
  • Triple toro! Very good.
  • Chef Ichimura is a machine. Soft-spoken so listen carefully!
  • Kasugodai or shinko -Thrillist
  • Kasugodai or shinko
  • Excelent place, the best fish and textures in town
  • The omakase-only menu is a parade of fluke, Hokkaido ocean trout, toro, and salmon roe, all flawless in composition. Green Guide Editor
  • Congratulations, you've managed to get a seat at this intimate restaurant! Chef Ichimura serves the same exact cut of fish at different times, for one of the tastiest "before-and-after" scenarios.
  • Transcendent! Unlike any sushi experience in NYC
  • Great omakase! The sushi chef is also my new favorite person. He's awesome.
  • Menu changes daily depending on what's in season. Try asking for uni con sea pineapple. Thank me later.
  • Skip brushstroke and straight to Ichimura. It is different world separated by a paper wall. Your sushi experience will not be completed, assuming you never been JP, without a dinner @ Ichimura.
  • This is the kind of sleeper hit that critics dream about. Almost nobody was talking about the little sushi bar inside Brushstroke where Eiji Ichimura was quietly refining the techniques