Time Out says
The East Village’s first real destination sushi bar remains one of the top spots in the neighborhood for pristine raw fish—and, with tables lined up under a blonde wood cocoon, among the coziest. Over the years portions have grown, but the food remains as gorgeous as ever. A trio of tartares comes topped with three different caviars, a flaky wild salmon filet steamed in paper in sea-urchin sauce is unveiled at the table. The budget-minded will gravitate toward the oversized maki filled with intriguing combinations like seared red snapper, cucumber and shiso. The best deal on a sushi splurge is still the chef’s choice omakase, an ultra-generous platter of whatever’s freshest that day.
239 E 5th St
|Cross street:||between Second and Third Aves|
|Transport:||Subway: F to Lower East Side–Second Ave|
|Price:||Omakase: $50, $85. AmEx, DC, MC, V|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Sat 6:30–11pm|
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