Sushi, Japanese
$ $ $ $
357 Avenue of the Americas (btwn 4th St & Washington Pl)
New York, NY 10014
(212) 414-3088
6:00pm - 11:30pm
6:00pm - 11:30pm
6:00pm - 11:30pm
6:00pm - 11:30pm
6:00pm - 11:30pm
6:00pm - 11:30pm



  • NY. Elegant and fresh downtown sushi spot. Our must-haves Steamed Lobster With Uni Mousse and the sushi omakase.
  • Don't come here if you have somewhere to be within 3 hours of your reservation time.
  • I like turtles
  • two Michelin stars: dishes like chopped kampachi amber jack with wasabi tobiko, pine nuts, & soy foam. Pitch-perfect chawanmushi and bonkers plate of uni tempura.
  • Get the lobster and mango appetizer, the tuna tartare, and the sushi sushi I've had outside of Japan
  • For the best experience, speak the word omakase. Whether youre doing the full monty or just sushi or sashimi, put yourself in the meticulous chefs hands. - Inspector
  • Try the Uni Tempura
  • My new favorite Japanese place. West Village, innovative, uber fresh dishes, nigiri, rolls, sashimi..WOW. Spectacular. Heaven re-defined....
  • Some of the most beautiful (and delicious) Japanese food you'll ever eat.
  • The omakase is great. If you like uni, then this is the place for you! You'll leave super full and satisfied with everything.
  • Lobster sashimi is a great dish that's off the omakase.
  • Wow! Unmarked entrance. Modern decor. Uber creative yet incredible flavors. Rather expensive and very small but perfectly designed portions. The most unique and delicious Japanese resto. 5 s!
  • Get a seat at the bar, and order one of the omakase options and/or any/everything with "uni" in the name (even if you usually hate uni!)
  • Two Michelin stars.
  • This discreetly hidden and modern Japanese restaurant is quite expensive but youll be rewarded with culinary masterpiecesOmakase is the way to go.
  • Meticulously put together edibleness. Tiny and pungent flavors provide a savory light meal. In other words awesome food.
  • Must go if you are uni lover. However, a bit expensive for the small portions.
  • Michelin 2012
  • This place from decorations to services feel very authentic. Typical Tokyo style. While the food is fresh and tasty, it is not traditional Japanese cuisine. It has a modern touch.
  • impeccable sushi. love all the apps..miso soup w/ lobster...scallop sushi plus anything fresh that day. top 5 sushi spot in city (maybe even top 3)

Nearby places

281 Bleecker St (at Jones St)
20 7th Ave S (at Leroy St)
7 Carmine St (at 6th Ave)