Kanoyama

Sushi, Japanese
$ $ $
175 2nd Ave (at E 11th St)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 777-5266
Monday
5:30pm - 11:00pm
Tuesday
5:30pm - 11:00pm
Wednesday
5:30pm - 11:00pm
Thursday
5:30pm - 11:00pm
Friday
5:30pm - 12:00am
Saturday
5:30pm - 12:00am
Sunday
5:00pm - 11:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • Sit at the bar and ask for the 'super omakase' (not on the menu). Chef Nobu is wonderful so sit strategically to watch him prepare and discuss the sushi!
  • Best sushi I ever had! The omokase sushi is worth the extra money. It is out of this world. I've been eating sushi since I was a kid and this place blows away any sushi I have ever eaten. Love it!
  • You just have to get the Omakase.
  • If this place is good enough for Alex Baldwin...it's good enough for me.
  • I was disappointed with the $110 chef's tasting menu - while we were getting little soups & weird apps, all the folks around us were getting hand-fed sushi via the $45 mini-tasting. Do that instead.
  • Get the omakase sushi. It's $35 and worth every penny. I guarantee you will eat types of fish you've never even heard of.
  • Omakase means "in your hands". Here it means delicious.
  • Not only is this some of the best sushi/sashimi in town, but it also yields one of the most authentic Japanese appetizers and entrees. Get the monkfish liver to start and enjoy the omakase meals!
  • sushi as it should be...simple with high quality fish
  • From one sake lover to another: if you like dry and smooth (not sweet) - get the hakkasian or the otokoyama. #cantsayno
  • If you're with a large party call in advance for the tuna rib and prepare to scrape it off the bone! P.s. the choice and quality of the oysters and fish from the homeland is phenomenal
  • my new favorite #omakase in nyc. ask for chef nobu in the back! (4 of 4 petals via Fondu)
  • Overpriced mediocre sushi. Don't waste your time.
  • Best sushi in the city - anything from the basics to the omakase - you won't be disappointed
  • whole aji - deep fry the bones
  • i heard they serve decent sushi
  • That big tuna thing is real weird. The first round is scrape off the bones - not super filling. Then they deep fry the shit out of it and you munch on the marrow. Fun I guess and not that expensive
  • Consistently high quality, super fresh sushi and sashimi. Fish is equal to top sushi restaurant standards at a good value. I recommend the daily specials and tuna rib appetizer, if it's available.
  • SUPER EXPENSIVE and the food was average! Only sushi place in east village that didn't have mice violations, only reason I went here. Will not return, EVER. Smelled fishy too.
  • Great sushi for the downtown area

Nearby places

251 E 13th St (at 2nd Ave)
175 2nd Ave (btw 11th & 12th)
125 E 11th St (btwn 3rd & 4th Ave)