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The best all you can eat sushi in NYC

Feast on as much nigiri, temaki and sushi rolls as you want at these spots for the best all you can eat sushi in NYC

Written by
Christina Izzo
&
Marion Bernstein
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From happy hours to bottomless brunches, New Yorkers love a good dining deal. Who can blame us? The best restaurants in NYC often carry a hefty price tag. But there are plenty of opportunities to drink and dine well in the city while keeping your wallet in check. The best cheap eats in the city will impress for much less, but if you want to get your fill for one manageable price, go the all you can eat route. Of all the great AYCE deals out there, nothing beats all you can eat sushi in NYC.

New York has an impressive array of sushi restaurants. Sometimes you want to splurge at the best of the best, but when you’re craving lots and lots of fresh salmon, snapper and fatty tuna or perfectly salty sushi rice and seaweed, you can get your fill at these all you can eat sushi spots.

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Best all-you-can-eat sushi in NYC

  • Restaurants
  • Japanese
  • Midtown East
  • price 3 of 4

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At this massive, two-floor sushi and seafood buffet in Midtown, $35 gets you all the Japanese and Korean fare your heart (and stomach) desires. In addition to rolls like bacon avocado, spicy tuna and Tokyo crunch, you can also grab less bite-sized fare like soft shell crab, hot dishes and meaty crab legs.

  • Restaurants
  • Japanese
  • Upper East Side
  • price 2 of 4

At $6, Yuka offers AYCE at a deep discount, compared to other sushi spots. A selection of hand rolls, special rolls and appetizers promises to fill you up. Expect tried and true rounds like salmon, tuna and California rolls, but don‘t bother with the specialty rolls, nigiri is the name of the game here.

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  • Restaurants
  • Japanese
  • Brooklyn
  • price 1 of 4

In a borough that’s sorely lacking in AYCE sushi spots, Rakuzen is a godsend. Here, the dinner special will run you just $25, and offers a healthy variety of soup, salad, traditional Japanese appetizers (edamame, miso eggplant, tako yaki), sushi (salmon, eel, yellowtail), hand rolls (shrimp tempura, tuna-cucumber, spicy kani) and special rolls (dynamite, crazy tuna, double dragon).

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