If you are traveling to the New York City area and would like to check out some sushi restaurants, you might want to visit one of the three sushi restaurants listed below. Here you will find interesting facts about each restaurant, menu items, and a short review of the establishment
Nobu New York
Nobu New York is a fabulous Japanese sushi restaurant to offers an innovative menu from the master chef Matsuhisa and is locate at 105 Hudson Street in New York City. Upon entering the restaurant, you will see the architecture that creates a great ambiance, and a spectacular atmosphere for lunch, dinner, and private parties. There are so many lunch and dinner menu items to choose from that you are going to come back often to try each plate. Try a miso soup, a shitake salad, and sashimi with spicy bigeye tuna and shrimp tempura hand roll. You can also try a seafood udon, served hot or cold. Make a reservation using their online reserve a table or visit Nobu’s website at noburestaurants.com to view their full menu.
Private Parties are welcome, but need a five week in advance notice. Your party can use the Back Room or the entire restaurant. The Back Room can fit up to 50 people standing and 40 sitting, and the entire restaurant can house up to 220 people and seat approximately 140. Appetizers and cocktails will be passed throughout the party, and your drinks will be served by a wait staff. Nobu has received excellent reviews from The New York Times, Gourmet, and Restaurants and Institutions, which makes this sushi restaurant my number one choice.
Blue Ribbon Sushi is located at 119 Sullivan St in New York City. This restaurant is a spin off of the Blue Ribbon down the street, but is dedicated to provided it’s patrons with fabulous sushi. This restaurant has been open since 1995, and is open 7 days per week from 12pm to 2am. They serve sushi dishes from the Pacific to the Atlantic and even have sushi shipped from the Sea of Japan.
At Blue Ribbon Sushi, patrons have the option of sitting at the sushi bar, or at a private table, where you will be served the finest sushi in the city. Order a maki roll, or a dragon roll, and feel the flavor just melt into your mouth. Visit their website at www.blueribbonrestaurants.com to see their full menu items.
Blue Ribbon also offers a Blue Ribbon Sushi and Grill, located at 308 W 58th St in New York City. At this restaurant you can be served dishes like the Sushi restaurant or dishes like the Brasserie restaurant. Here you can choose a fabulous steak dinner or a classy sushi plate. This restaurant is open for breakfast from 7am to 10:30am daily, and lunch and dinner is served from 12pm to 2am Monday through Saturday, and Sunday from 12pm to 12am.
Sushi Yasuda is located at 204 East 43rd St in New York City. Open Monday through Friday from 12pm to 2:15pm, and Monday through Saturday from 6pm to 10:15pm. They are closed on Sundays. Yasuda has been featured in The New York Time, Time Out New York, and several other reviews. He also brings Tokoyo history to the table when he creates his finest dishes of fish and tuna sushi. When you visit the restaurant you will be in awe over the spectacular array of bamboo that helps structure the room.
When you order your sushi plate, you will be guaranteed fresh, quality, and an artist creation. You can order slow by choosing Sashimi as your first dish, and then move on to the unique flavors of sushi. Since Yasuda is very in tune with the levels of experience for his patrons, he prepares the dishes accordingly. If you would like to see Yasuda’s full menu, go to www.sushiyasuda.com. Since he tries to create dishes on a regular basis, menu items may vary on the day you visit.
Sushi Yasuda offers gift certificates for any value, T-Shirts, Sushi Yasuda Nori, and fish paper maches. You will definitely be impressed by the uniqueness of Sushi Yasuda, and will find that you will want to keep coming back for more.