Japanese Cuisine in New York
Japanese dining in general is very efficient and minimalistic. If
you are intimidated by raw fish, don't be! All is explained in
our sushi guide.
For a listing of 80+ Sushi restaurants in New York City,
Try any of these recommended restaurants:
- Avenue A ($18-$35)
- 103 Avenue A (btw. 6th Ave. & 7th Ave.), 982-8109
- M-Su 5pm-2am
- Disco sushi mobbed with pre-nightclubbers.
- Benihana of Tokyo ($30 avg.)
- 120 E. 56th St. (btw. Park Ave & Lexington Ave.), 593-1627
- M-Th 12pm-11pm, F 12pm-11:30pm, Sa 1pm-11:30pm, Su 1pm-10pm
- Blue Ribbon Sushi ($35 & under)
- 119 Sullivan St. (btw. Prince St. & Spring St.), 343-0404
- T-Su 4pm-2am
- Fujiyama Mama ($30 avg.)
- 467 Columbus Ave. (btw. 82nd St. & 83rd St.), 769-1144
- Su-Th 6pm-12am, F & Sa 6pm-1am
- Reservations recommended.
- Waldorf-Astoria, 111 East 49th Street, (212) 355-0440
- Monday-Friday from Noon to 2:00 p.m. and Daily from 5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
- Inagiku was midtown Manhattan's first Japanese fine dining establishment. Reservations recommended.
- Japonica ($31 avg.)
- 100 University Pl. (@12th St.), 243-7752
- Su-Th 12pm-10pm, F & Sa 12pm-11pm
- Kang Suh Restaurant ($16.95 & under)
- 1250 Broadway (@ 32nd St.), 564-6845
- M-Su 24hrs
- Along with its full bar, this popular establishment sports tables equipped with BBQ grills built into the center.