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Sushi Nakazawa

23 Commerce Street
New York, NY 10014

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(212) 924-2212


  • Sunday: 5:00 am - 10:15 pm
  • Monday: 5:00 am - 10:15 pm
  • Tuesday: 5:00 am - 10:15 pm
  • Wednesday: 5:00 am - 10:15 pm
  • Thursday: 5:00 am - 10:15 pm
  • Friday: 5:00 am - 10:15 pm
  • Saturday: 5:00 am - 10:15 pm

Cuisine: Sushi Restaurants

4.7 of 5.0 from 179 reviews

price range:more than $50


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  • Ahuva RExperience of a lifetime, stellar service and sushi. Enjoy the sake pairings, and indulge in the wagu beef nigiri, it's worth every cent

    55555 by Ahuva R

  • Hailey CAmazing omakase experience

    55555 by Hailey C

  • Sandy L.uncomfortable seating - swiveling into neighbors all night

    33333 by Sandy L.

  • Hilmi TSushi and service

    55555 by Hilmi T

  • Marc EOmakse. Top purest sushi spot in the city. A place like sushi of gari is also excellent but they aren't all about the fish. This is place shows off the best sushi from local/international waters.

    55555 by Marc E

  • Maria JPerfect sushi. Every detail of each piece is worked through. Don't be upset if the dining room is fully booked, sushi in the sushi bar are as good as omakase in the dining room, same chefs in both.

    55555 by Maria J

  • Steve R.Best sushi I've ever had.

    55555 by Steve R.

  • Eaters EIf you can get a resy, grab it. Of course, only on the day the Master is there. If possible pick the sushi bar instead of a table. So much more fun. It just heightens the sushi experience.

    55555 by Eaters E

  • Jackie G.AmaIng Omakase- get the sake of wine pairing- fun for a double date

    55555 by Jackie G.

  • William HThe sushi here is absolutely fantastic and definitely worth it. I always enjoy coming here.

    55555 by William H

  • Jane GSushi was perfect- service was a 7. Our sommelier was impeccably helpful and kind, but our waiter was a bit of a snob and certainly talked down to us. My favorite pieces were scallop and japanese Uni!

    55555 by Jane G

  • Staff PicksSushi Nakazawa was one of the more wished for places throughout 2015’s I Want Somewhere holiday campaign. Where’s your somewhere? Enter to win a bucket list experience.

    33333 by Staff Picks

  • EaterChef Nakazawa is currently draping his top-rated omakase sushi with Alba white truffle shavings.

    55555 by Eater

  • Kiwi MThe king prawn. Holy holy. And chef nakazawa just radiates ❤️ Awesome personalized experience.

    55555 by Kiwi M

  • Garima KapoorThis was the best sushi I've had between Tokyo and New York. So fresh and perfectly seasoned. Definitely order the wagyu sushi a la carte after your omakase experience - it was one of the highlights!

    55555 by Garima Kapoor

  • Morgan LTry to grab a seat at the sushi bar to watch the sushi making process in action!

    55555 by Morgan L

  • Dorothy J.You can easily drop in to eat in the lounge without a reservation; it's not crowded. No omakase there but plenty of exquisite sushi flights and maki rolls.

    55555 by Dorothy J.

  • Lindsay COmakase and premium sake pairing

    55555 by Lindsay C

  • 🐎 KDon't go here unless you're sitting at the sushi bar. Waiters bringing you sushi in a fairly modern atmosphere isn't quite the same experience.

    33333 by 🐎 K

  • Kyulee NGood omakase in the city but definitely a must-try for all sushi lovers! Be prepared to leave very full

    55555 by Kyulee N

  • Seine K.I wanted it to change my life and it didn't.

    22222 by Seine K.

  • emily c.$u$hi$. sit at the bar for the full experience, table probs not worth it.

    33333 by emily c.

  • Maca MOne of my best culinary experiences ever. The clam and caviar omakase and the sea urchin were beyond words. Very romantic also.

    55555 by Maca M

  • Diksha PSuper sushi

    55555 by Diksha P

  • PureWowYari Ika: One bite of spear squid with dry red mullet roe and you’ll swear off California rolls forever.

    33333 by PureWow

  • Sam SBeyond words, best sushi in NYC

    55555 by Sam S

  • Rafi RomeroOverrated. Better sushi: Tanoshi, Cagen, Soto, 15 East. Michelin was right to not give them any stars. Some pieces are very good but most are lackluster. Mostly the fish texture is too chewy.

    33333 by Rafi Romero


    55555 by Zina G

  • Michael Drew Dkeep it up awesome food with best quality. I will be their soon again.

    55555 by Michael Drew D

  • Ghassan COne of a kind culinary experience. In the beginning, they explain the ingredients they use to better familiarize u with each sushi served. Service is impeccable, Food was poetic. Wagyu beef is a must.

    55555 by Ghassan C

  • Fati LGet a reservation for the sushi bar it's worth it and get the sake pairing!! I loved everything here

    55555 by Fati L

  • Justin TGolden eye snapper, tuna flight, Yuzu scallop, hay smoked salmon, tamago are some of my favs

    55555 by Justin T

  • Christina MGreat omakase. Really fresh sushi. Leans more towards fish and less other kinds of seafood.

    55555 by Christina M

  • Dr AOne of the Best Japanese Restaurants in both US & Europe; great delicious well seasoned selection of Sushi 🍣🍱

    55555 by Dr A

  • Ina LiOne of the best/biggest omakasa hidden in the west village. Make sure to get the fantastic sake pairing!

    55555 by Ina Li

  • John L.You can see walk in any day of the week and sample some a la carte sushi in the lounge for reasonable prices

    55555 by John L.

  • SaleemObviously great sushi from Nakazawa. $150 for lengthy omakase, but it'll be $225-350 total w/ a la carte/gratuity/sake. Just not worth it

    55555 by Saleem

  • Ranu R.This place is 100% worth it. Go during the week when Chef Nakazawa is working and sit at the bar. Do the sake pairing. And then just stare at your date with delicious sushi in your mouth and smile.

    55555 by Ranu R.

  • Dan DThe Sea Eel, the Toro, the Bonito, and the Ivory King Salmon were the best bites!

    55555 by Dan D

  • Lyndsie H.Everything

    55555 by Lyndsie H.

  • Hien L.Heaven. Impeccable service that isn't stuffy. Perfectly timed omakase.

    55555 by Hien L.

  • Jason SchulweisThe 20-piece omakase and sake pairing made for one of the best meals of my life

    55555 by Jason Schulweis

  • Alex KeslingThe premium sake pairing is excellent.

    55555 by Alex Kesling

  • Joe P.Jiro dreams of this place now instead.

    55555 by Joe P.

  • Justin L.The best omakase I've had. Period. Every staff member was incredibly knowledgable and pleasant to be around.Pricey af, but duh.

    55555 by Justin L.

  • Christine DJiro's former apprentice. Omakase at the bar if available. Get sake pairing. 🍣

    55555 by Christine D

  • Fan Loretta JPricy for its quality. Good to take clients or your special ones.

    55555 by Fan Loretta J

  • Andrea D.Outstanding. First time to experience high end sushi. Entire experience was amazing. Not cheap especially if you are also doing the pairings but so worth it.

    55555 by Andrea D.

  • Tommy Chen🍣👍Masters at their craft. Bar seating comes at a premium, which is warranted in my opinion but sushi is also great in dinning room. Service is top notch. Chef Nakazawa is currently off on weekends.

    55555 by Tommy Chen

  • Gnat B.Omekase wil run you close to a 120 bucks but well worth it. Can order a la carts of your favorites afterwards.

    55555 by Gnat B.

  • Rachel IvySushi was flavoursome and delicious, service was flawless and do NOT skip the sake pairing! I'm still dreaming of the uni :)

    55555 by Rachel Ivy

  • Nikhita M.Worth every penny. Seasonal Omakase here with inventive ingredients like yuzu and other homemade sauces. No soy but I promise you won't need it!

    55555 by Nikhita M.

  • Peter SEverything here is absolutely phenomenal. Chef Nakazawa redefines sushi!

    55555 by Peter S

  • Tony H.Amazing omakase and service

    55555 by Tony H.

  • Sarah S.Just go here. It's absurdly good. Sit at the bar if you can get a reservation, but the table service is also amazing. Get the sake pairing!

    55555 by Sarah S.

  • Jessica HHay smoked salmon, Live clam, prawn with caviar, the sake pairing

    55555 by Jessica H

  • Phil N.Get the bar seat and do the sake pairing!!!!

    55555 by Phil N.

  • Tarnima Jthere will come a time, where you'll get 5 options for a handroll course. Do ask for the chef's choice (special roll). which could end up being the Blue Fin Toro or something else that's amazing!

    55555 by Tarnima J

  • Ubeyd YEverything you’ve heard about this chef’s loving way with fish is true. The $120, 21-course, all-sushi menu ($150 at the counter) works out to an impossibly cheap $7.14 per item.

    55555 by Ubeyd Y

  • Christine AGet reservations at the sushi bar (not general seating)!

    33333 by Christine A

  • Ting T.The best meal I've had in my entire life. Definitely recommend the sake pairing. Generous pours at $45 is extremely reasonable.

    55555 by Ting T.

  • Kelvin Shekhands down the best sushi in nyc right now

    55555 by Kelvin Shek

  • Stephen LWhy -- you don't have a choice...

    33333 by Stephen L

  • Brian G.Simply amazing

    55555 by Brian G.

  • Lauren jOmakase ❤️❤️❤️❤️

    55555 by Lauren j

  • Ryan SChef Nakazawa (usually) doesn't work on Saturday or Sunday 🍣😭🍣

    55555 by Ryan S

  • Victoria U.This is a fantastic experience. Definitely do the omakase with sake pairing. Worth the price and value- untraditional but a great insight into sushi's future.

    55555 by Victoria U.

  • Jacob RosenbergOmakaze, at the bar. Heaven.

    55555 by Jacob Rosenberg

  • Cristo L.Sushi como debe ser. Lo que sea que pidas es genial.

    55555 by Cristo L.

  • Ben FlaccusEverything is awesome!

    55555 by Ben Flaccus

  • Richard B.Omakase and premium sake pairing

    55555 by Richard B.

  • Emily K.Sushi is great, but the extensive sake list is worth exploring. Try the sake rosé, Sakura Emaki.

    55555 by Emily K.

  • Richard sGreat, Will come back again.

    55555 by Richard s

  • Vivian VoSuch great sushi and service I foreal wanted to do jumping jacks. They noticed my friend was left handed so they placed every sushi accordingly! Also they cut his bday cake for us!

    33333 by Vivian Vo

  • Mimi SuSit at the bar for the whole experience.

    33333 by Mimi Su

  • Peter JanowskiIf you can swing the price tag, go. Will change what you think sushi can be.

    55555 by Peter Janowski

  • Matthew M.Generous portions for a sushi place. Omakase was 20 pieces and sake pairing included 6 sakes. Super good service too.

    55555 by Matthew M.

  • Matthew FOne of the top 3 meals I've ever had. Omakase is unreal

    55555 by Matthew F

  • Ana ROmakase FTW

    55555 by Ana R

  • Dave CummingsIf you're just two people, try to sit at the bar. Awesome experience

    55555 by Dave Cummings

  • Simon LeungThe bar is worth the extra money and wait but it's not essential. The fish is really good.

    55555 by Simon Leung

  • Marek StępniowskiBest sushi in NYC served by Daisuke Nakazawa, student of Jiro (omakase $150, sake pairing $40) http://ny.eater.com/2014/6/3/6214389/review-sushi-nakazawas-stunning-fish-service-hiccups

    55555 by Marek Stępniowski

  • Erina YoshidaSit at Chef Nakazawa's sushi counter and enjoy his omakase sushi. Ask for sake recommendations (you can ask the chef himself) or have the course with a sake pairing.

    55555 by Erina Yoshida

  • leonidia Kotimo top top top

    55555 by leonidia K

  • Emily ChenChef nakazawa was not here(sunday). Rice was sour which overpowered sea food's freshness. Eel and shrimp were a little overcooked. Order separately for urchin from Hokkaido which is more flavourful.

    33333 by Emily Chen

  • Seohyun Stacy aFar the best omakase in the city

    55555 by Seohyun Stacy a

  • Winson WongThis place is very formal. It's great for a special occasion and to try it once. The fish is very fresh and I enjoyed the flavors that the chef created. It's definitely special. It is expensive though

    55555 by Winson Wong

  • Francine LiThe omakase with sake pairing

    55555 by Francine Li

  • Evan K.We so wanted to love it! We've done all the great NYC sushi spots (Masa, Yasuda, Sasabune, Gari, neta, etc) but it was just Good. Not amazing and not worth the price point. Lower your expectations.

    55555 by Evan K.

  • Alex SimonSushi oh man. That egg at the end...

    33333 by Alex Simon

  • The Tastes that Make the CityThe uni is the best sushi in NYC, making our list of "The Tastes That Make the City: NYC Edition."

    55555 by The Tastes that Make the City

  • Steven R.Sushi Heaven marries Sushi Theater for a meal you won't forget. Must do the Saki pairing and don't think twice.

    55555 by Steven R.

  • Jameson P.Top 3 best meals in NYC. Presentation is so great and whatever you do get the sake pairing! Incredible.

    55555 by Jameson P.

  • WEI W.This is literally the best sushi I've had so far. Now I know why Sushi is so beloved... And it should be.

    55555 by WEI W.

  • WEI W.It's not too difficult to make a reservation here: it's online only, 30 days in advance. Go to Opentable at midnight ET to book your seats 30 days ahead

    33333 by WEI W.

  • WEI W.Watch the "Jiro Dream of Sushi" documentary on Netflix before you come here

    55555 by WEI W.

  • Janet Y.Just the best sushi experience ever. Saves you the trip to Japan. Chef nakazawa is incredibly friendly and nice. Sit at the bar if you can.

    55555 by Janet Y.

  • George DEvery thing so far!

    55555 by George D

  • Samuel KwonThe akami is to die for.

    55555 by Samuel Kwon

  • Bryan Rahmanansit at the sushi bar for the show!

    33333 by Bryan Rahmanan

  • julia tGreat omakase leaves you full. Good value given the quality and amount of sushi!

    55555 by julia t

  • Jane DongBelieve all the hype - Sushi Nakazawa delivered a flawless meal from beginning to end. Everything from the food to the service was perfect.

    55555 by Jane Dong

  • Su Ann L.the tamago is every bit of lovely that people say it is

    55555 by Su Ann L.

  • Thomas K.Best Sushi in my life yet. Stunningly good. Only thing to critizise: the noise level is way too high.

    55555 by Thomas K.

  • Khalid N.Get a reservation at the sushi bar and enjoy one of the best sushi dinners of your life!

    55555 by Khalid N.

  • Umut Cesmecieasy sushi recipes www.japonmutfagi.com

    55555 by Umut Cesmeci

  • Swen G.The premium sake selection pairing is definitely worth it. It was a crash course in the possibilities of sake you never knew existed (like rosé sake).

    55555 by Swen G.

  • Denise L$120 for 20 piece omakase. Chef Nakazawa skillfully treats each piece of fish. Perhaps not the best in NYC, but still a great experience.

    55555 by Denise L

  • CarbZombieOmakase at the sushi bar is the best experience you can have. Try to sit in the middle as that's where Chef Daisuke Nakazawa stands.

    55555 by CarbZombie

  • suneel t.the non-premium sake pairings are a very good value while they're still just $40.

    55555 by suneel t.

  • ben m.Lovely meal. The premium sake pairing is well worth the price. What an incredible experience.

    55555 by ben m.

  • DuckDuckStephYou really can't go wrong. Everything is to die for.

    55555 by DuckDuckSteph

  • jon f.The omakase from this Jiro disciple is excellent. For the full experience, sit at the bar and enjoy Chef Nakazawa-san's hilarious personality. Fans of Jiro Dreams: the tamago sushi is obviously good.

    55555 by jon f.

  • Connie ChiuChef Nakazawa is the best and definitely the highlight. All the fishes were amazing. I especially liked the unagi and scallop. Get the sake pairing and be ready to drop some $$$

    55555 by Connie Chiu

  • New York PostEverything you’ve heard about this chef’s loving way with fish is true. The $120, 21-course, all-sushi menu ($150 at the counter) works out to an impossibly cheap $7.14 per item.

    55555 by New York Post

  • EaterFrom Ryan Sutton's 3 star review on live spot prawn: "ou pick up it with your hands and eat it; be sure to savor the jelly-like texture as it slide down your throat; this is a maritime gummy worm."

    55555 by Eater

  • JP P.Best Omakase value in NYC. Make a reservation 30 days in advance to get a seat. I would pick the bar but only allowed 2 spots so a bigger party has to be in the dining room

    33333 by JP P.

  • Lori L.Nakazawa serves the omakase on Monday to Friday nights only. OpenTable reservations open up exactly 30 days in advance; make sure to plan accordingly.

    55555 by Lori L.

  • Alp OzcelikNakazawa is a super entertaining chef! Be prepared for an engaging night!

    55555 by Alp Ozcelik

  • Roger S.Omakase with supplementary sushi

    55555 by Roger S.

  • Time Out New YorkWinner of our Food & Drink Awards 2014 Best Sushi, Sushi Nakazawa brings an NYC swagger to traditional nigiri. Omakase changes daily, but recent favorites included yellowtail and lean bluefin tuna.

    55555 by Time Out New York

  • Joan ParkThe extra $30 to sit at the bar is worth it. Watch the Chef prepare the sushi himself, place them on your plate and be his goofy friendly self. $150 for 21 sushi isn't bad for an omakase in the city.

    55555 by Joan Park

  • First We FeastWhat you get to witness by snagging a seat at the 10-person counter is a chef who has managed to internalize the lessons of a master without losing his own point of view.

    33333 by First We Feast

  • First We FeastIf we had to crown the single best new restaurant of 2013, Sushi Nakazawa would be the undisputed champ.

    55555 by First We Feast

  • Junebug SquashbugsGood options

    55555 by Junebug Squashbugs

  • Ken DGet the Premium sake tasting but be prepared to leave wasted :-)

    33333 by Ken D

  • Tom BI've always hated mackerel. Sushu Nakazawa made it in a way for the first time ever that I liked it...

    33333 by Tom B

  • Umair Z.Omakase, of course -Thrillist

    55555 by Umair Z.

  • Douglas EllimanA 10-seat sushi bar with a 21-course meal by famous chef Daisuke Nakazawa, featured in “Jiro Dreams of Sushi.” We are blown away by the carefully crafted and impeccably fresh pieces of sushi.

    55555 by Douglas Elliman

  • Summer K.Omakase, of course.

    55555 by Summer K.

  • Jessica L.Maybe one of the best meals you'll ever have. Each sushi was rich and complex. Chef Nakazawa is friendly and inviting. Sit at the bar and you'll have no regrets. Sake pairing is top notch.

    55555 by Jessica L.

  • Amber TAmazing experience from beginning to end.

    55555 by Amber T

  • Daria YangAmazing food and superb service. The premium sake tasting is very worth it!

    55555 by Daria Yang

  • david ' dj shakez ' t.Every restaurant should push your chair in WHILE you're already sitting on it! :)

    33333 by david ' dj shakez ' t.

  • PureWowThe 20-course tasting menu will set you back a cool $120, but the uni alone is totally worth it.

    55555 by PureWow

  • Taline E.A disciple of Tokyo's legendary Jiro Ono serves pristine fish.

    55555 by Taline E.

  • Christopher P.The toro hand roll is so worth it. Just order it.

    55555 by Christopher P.

  • EaterJiro Ono apprentice Daisuke Nakazawa's sushi bar was booked up right from opening. It only got hotter when Pete Wells appointed the omakase restaurant to the hallowed ranks of 4-star NY restaurants.

    55555 by Eater

  • Sally Y.best sushi in nyc

    55555 by Sally Y.

  • DanwenUnbelievable. Get a res at the bar and banter with nakazawa.

    55555 by Danwen

  • Mariko P.Sit at the counter for the best foodie experience. The fish literally dissolves in your mouth and the flavour is unreal!

    55555 by Mariko P.

  • Jon S.Grab a seat at the bar. Get the paired sake menu. Savor each piece. Enjoy the smell (it's not weird!). Cleanse your palette with ginger between courses. It's superb. One of the best meals in NYC.

    55555 by Jon S.

  • PhillipAmazing. Take you time and enjoy.

    55555 by Phillip

  • Sam H.Maine seafood representing! Try the dancing scallop and sea urchin from my home state.

    55555 by Sam H.

  • Ari P.Get the saki pairing. $40 is a good deal.

    55555 by Ari P.

  • jordan ITry the everything.

    55555 by jordan I

  • Jackie L.Sit at the bar.

    33333 by Jackie L.

  • KenThe scallop and uni were probably the best I have ever eaten. The 3 tunas, hay smoked salmon and shrimp pieces stood out this night for their flavor. Nakazawa and his staff were incredibly gracious.

    55555 by Ken

  • Yoonie K.Eat at the bar and get the sake pairing. Order extra uni too.

    55555 by Yoonie K.

  • Mimi N.One of the best places I've had sushi! My favs were the uni (freshest I've had), senate and saba courses. The online reservations open @ 12:05am est 1 month prior. Awesome atmosphere and chef!

    55555 by Mimi N.

  • Rick K.Sushi bar is a must. Definitely worth the extra $20.

    55555 by Rick K.

  • ElizaThe online reservation system lets you book up to a month ahead.

    55555 by Eliza

  • Jono S.This is something special. Trust me.

    55555 by Jono S.

  • The New YorkerShauna Lyon on this new West Village sushi restaurant: “The parade of nigiri—bite-size slices of fish on top of vinegar-seasoned rice—will lull you into an appreciative stupor. ”

    55555 by The New Yorker

  • Mark G.Do whatever it takes to score a resy --> Donate a wing to a hospital. Give ALL of your blood. Sell your firstborn. It's worth it.

    55555 by Mark G.

  • Jen K.Amazing. Delicious sake pairings with omakase. Great fun service!

    55555 by Jen K.

  • Alex LGet a reservation for the bar so you can see Mr. Nakazawa make your sushi in front of you. If you eat in the dining room his understudies actually make your sushi. It's all ridiculously delicious.

    55555 by Alex L

  • Brian T.Sake pairing is completely worth it. $40 for 6 pairings and a generous pour.

    55555 by Brian T.

  • Nik JMust eat toro.

    55555 by Nik J

  • Jeffrey L.Trained by probably the best sushi chef in the world, Daisuke Nakazawa holds court over his small sushi bar and dining room plating up some of the best cuts you can get stateside.

    55555 by Jeffrey L.

  • Erica B.Delicious, but I'm gonna be honest--not worth the price or the atmosphere.

    55555 by Erica B.

  • EaterSushi Nakazawa is the 10-seat omakase restaurant from former Jiro Ono-apprentice Daisuke Nakazawa. Sushi Nakazawa serves omakase tastings paired with sake, but plans to introduce an expanded menu.

    55555 by Eater

  • Sarah R.Sit at the sushi bar! Amazing amazing meal - uni was unreal!

    55555 by Sarah R.

  • Neha HThe hottest Omakase in the city right now! 2 months wait unless your lucky...

    55555 by Neha H

  • Terence F.Sushi was good for US, but just average compared to places in Japan. Overrated.. Will not go again..

    33333 by Terence F.

  • KaHeeNakazawa-san accommodates to gluten allergy as if I need more reasons to love this place!

    55555 by KaHee

  • Tara Maylyn F.20 piece sushi Omakase only. Absolutely delicious. Multiple types of uni if that's your thing.

    55555 by Tara Maylyn F.

  • Catherine C.The Sant'Eustachio of Omakaze. No matter how bustling your day has been, this establishment forces you to slow down so that your palate can appreciate each heavenly detail! Arigatou gozaimas!

    55555 by Catherine C.

  • Josephine S.Phenomenal meal! Definitely do the omakase and get the sake pairing. Love the detail they put into everything. Chef Nakazawa is awesome and so fun! Definitely gonna treat myself to another meal soon!

    55555 by Josephine S.

  • Vincent SVery. Very good quality sushi. From service, choice of fish, cuts, freshness, size, portion, balance between rice vs fish, rice, knife work... Superb! Well worth $150

    55555 by Vincent S

  • Tudor L.Beautiful space, and the meal is enjoyable even if you can't get a seat at the sushi bar. Lots of great sushi pieces, a couple a bit too bold with extra spice and flavors. Worth it though!

    55555 by Tudor L.

  • Adam F.This place is pretty phenomenal, that's all you need to know.

    55555 by Adam F.

  • ChavelliDelicious! Do the sake pairing.

    55555 by Chavelli

  • Jose R.No tip other except to effuse 'arigato' after your best meal ever. Best handroll of all time. Nakazawa-san is on top of his game.

    55555 by Jose R.

  • Mike O.omakase, sit at the bar. DO IT! nakazawa-san is OK with pictures! service style is similar to that of sukiyabashi jiro (where he apprenticed for 11 years). many local fish & wed/thur Uni is available

    55555 by Mike O.

  • Donny T.They get their uni on wed and thurs. All were delicious but few stood out... uni, sea eel, scallop, geoduck, tuna hand roll

    55555 by Donny T.

  • MarMar D.Definitely an experience! Must try!

    55555 by MarMar D.

  • Dan SThis is the best Sushi I have ever had ever including Japan.

    55555 by Dan S

  • MarMar D.Absolutely a must if you are a sushi lover. The best use of yuzu I have ever tasted. Beautifully done scallops. Cheers to the chef!!

    55555 by MarMar D.

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