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Soto Japanese Restaurant

357 Avenue Of The Americas
New York, NY 10014

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(212) 414-3088

4.5 of 5.0 from 31 reviews

price range:more than $50

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Soto Japanese Restaurant in New York, NY
  • Soto Japanese Restaurant in New York, NY
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  • Soto Japanese Restaurant in New York, NY
  • Soto Japanese Restaurant in New York, NY
  • Soto Japanese Restaurant in New York, NY
  • Soto Japanese Restaurant in New York, NY

Soto Japanese Restaurant Reviews

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    22222 by srttrs

  • Michelin Travel & LifestyleExpect precise preparations of raw fish, like rich bigeye tuna with avocado coulis, uni with wasabi, and ebi tartare. – Green Guide Editor

    55555 by Michelin Travel & Lifestyle

  • Vivy J.Wow! Super slow service.

    33333 by Vivy J.

  • VoiceStreetRun by the "Brangelina" of sushi, Soto is the most extravagant mom-and-pop sushi shop in NYC.

    55555 by VoiceStreet

  • Sanjeev S....and the worst over priced sushi restaurant in the city

    33333 by Sanjeev S.

  • Twiggy S.Everything UNI is excellent here!!!

    55555 by Twiggy S.

  • F C.El mejor sushi que he probado en mi vida

    55555 by F C.

  • Kate K.Vegetarian options are scarce, and it took 2 HOURS to receive my cucumber roll. No joke. Super pretty presentation though. Fish eaters seemed happy enough. Definitely a dining event, not a quick meal.

    33333 by Kate K.

  • William S.Steamed lobster and anything Uni. Can't miss.

    55555 by William S.

  • Mel DogIncredible. Particularly the uni cocktail, uni tempura, and the karei karaage. Don't be a fool and come here and order sushi rolls; it's worth it to spend the extra money for their uni delicacies.

    55555 by Mel Dog

  • Tudor L.Have the everything uni.

    55555 by Tudor L.

  • Michael C.Lobster sashimi is a great dish that's off the omakase.

    55555 by Michael C.

  • Susan L.Save room for their mango mochi. It actually tastes like fresh mango unlike many other mango flavored desserts.

    55555 by Susan L.

  • Olessya K.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!

    55555 by Olessya K.

  • Angela Z.Don't come here if you have somewhere to be within 3 hours of your reservation time.

    33333 by Angela Z.

  • Virginia C.Do not to make your reservation based upon when you want to arrive, but based on when you want to leave as the service at McDonalds allows for more appreciation! Try Jewel Bako instead

    33333 by Virginia C.

  • Laura K.Michelin 2012 ★★

    55555 by Laura K.

  • DishEnvyEverything uni and truffle is worth an order here. Or combined the two with the indulgent, 4-star Lobster w/ Uni Mousse.

    55555 by DishEnvy

  • Omer Z.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!)

    55555 by Omer Z.

  • Lawrence L.Excellent - amazing steamed lobster, omakase sushi, snapper carpaccio. Served us way too much sake. Their fault, not ours for ordering too much! :) (4 of 4 petals via Fondu)

    55555 by Lawrence L.

  • Siyun F.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.

    55555 by Siyun F.

  • Sarah L.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)

    55555 by Sarah L.

  • Ajit V.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.

    55555 by Ajit V.

  • ThePurplePassport.comThe understated and sign-less exterior is tricky to spot. Come for the uni though--it’s Soto’s raison d'être. Good to know: The seats at the sushi counter are the best in the house.

    55555 by ThePurplePassport.com

  • La Dolce VitaTwo Michelin stars.

    55555 by La Dolce Vita

  • DAVID D.fluke sashimi

    33333 by DAVID D.

  • Kate H.Get the lobster and mango appetizer, the tuna tartare, and the sushi nigiri...best sushi I've had outside of Japan

    55555 by Kate H.

  • Wei V.Try the Uni Tempura - Have to have this!! (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Wei V.

  • Wei V.Try the Steamed Lobster With Uni Mousse - Looked like a flower and tasted very good (via @Foodspotting)

    33333 by Wei V.

  • Wei V.Try the Cyutoro Tartare - Another must have dish (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Wei V.

  • Wei V.Try the Uni Ika Sugomori Zukuri - A must have dish!!! So different (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Wei V.

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