Sushi Azabu

Row 1

428 Greenwich St (btwn Vestry St & Laight St)
New York, NY 10013
(212) 274-0428
$ $ $
Mon–Fri: Noon–10:00 PM Sat: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Must-Haves: Red snapper collar, medium fatty tuna
  • Go with the sushi or sashimi omakase here. You surely wont be disappointed. - Inspector
  • Can't go wrong here. Grab a bar seat & leave it in the hands of the capable chefs. The flavorful black throat fatty snappy, buttery Hakkaido uni & best o-toro anywhere are absolute must haves.
  • Best sushi I ever had. Go for the Chef's Omakase Course, you won't be disappointed!
  • One Michelin star.
  • This stealthy sushi shrinetucked away in the basement of Greenwich Grillattracts solo diners who happily hobnob with the talkative chefs while popping exceptional nigiri morsels into their mouths.
  • Best sushi around.
  • Authentic omakase experience!!
  • My very first omakase. Nice small intimate space. Very tradtional, super fresh...especially the tuna, sea urchin, and salom roe. Excellent service. The heated toilet seat was pretty awesome too.
  • +Wagyu beef nigiri, king salmon, fatty tuna, Red snapper collar, avocado uni, meringue roll
  • They won't allow you to order sushi without a reservation. But if you are getting sushi - definitely do the koi menu - absolutely worth it.
  • Inside the Greenwich Grill is another restaurant hidden within. Head for the waiter station, swish through a black curtain and descend the stairs to a secret sushi den. Reservations are required.
  • The chawan mushi is yummy
  • Michelin 2012
  • The splotches on the painting are actually eel sauce that got sprayed on the wall.
  • Awesome sushi- total hidden gem. King salmon nigiri is off the charts.
  • downstairs, away from it all. omakase. the denshu is great as a companion.
  • let terado san wow you with the variety of sushi. end the meal with matcha meringue roll that melts in your mouth.
  • Amazing uni
  • Go on your birthday, get the omakase or pretty much anything, get a special cocktail from barman upstairs, leave happy