Sushi Restaurants in New York You Can't Miss

Sushi in New York City go hand and hand. Perfect for a quick mgrab and go meal, or for those who want to sit and savor all of the ingredients perfectly wrapped together. If you're visiting the city or need to recommend a spot to a new client we've got the best sushi restaurants in New York you can't miss

Sushi By Bou

 Sushi by Bou

Sushi by Bou

By Chef David Bouhadan this famed sushi spot is the Chelsea hotspot to order some omakase. With fish flown in from Japan, you can always expect a fresh and delicious meal that is sure to make it on your Instagram grid. The meal consists of 12 pieces that is sure to me a delicious 30 minute meal, that will have you coming back for more.

Located at 49 W 20th St, New York, NY 10011 & The Sanctuary Hotel 132 W. 47th Street 

Sushi Roxx 

 Sushi Roxx

Sushi Roxx

Not only a good meal, you'll also find a party everynight at Sushi Roxx. Celebrities and New York housewives have been seen spotted getting their sushi game on at this local spot. With gourmet sushi in hand and cocktails flowing this is the perfect spot for celebrating a fun night around town. Popular dishes that we love are the Tuna Sashimi Salad and Spice Girl with a Kung Fu Hustle to drink.

Located at 120 E 39th St, New York, NY 10016

Sugarfish 

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A go to spot for Emma Roberts and Mandy Moore Sugarfish is a haven for sushi loving celebs. This extremely popular Los Angeles hot spot has made the move to the Big Apple. Located in the Flatiron district and helmed by the original chef who started the Los Angeles locations, Kazunori Nozawa, they offer a simple menu of the highest quality. Sugarfish is famous for their to go boxes that run between $30 and $40 that give you a selection of the best of the menu.

Located at 33 E 20th St, New York, NY 10003.

Related: Beyond Sushi Expands In Herald Square

Sushi Yasuda

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Feeling really grand? Take a trip to Sushi Yasuda, an upscale restaurant located near Grand Central Station. The New York Times claims that despite being in its second decade of operations Sushi Yasuda is still a “standout shrine to sushi.”

Located at 204 E 43rd St, New York, NY 10017

Tomoe Sushi 

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Despite the lack of aesthetic environment the high quality sushi and affordable prices have diners lining up day after day to get some rolls. The restaurant itself may not have a lot of seating with only a few tables and a five seat bar, but the quality speaks for itself. Tomoe has become a staple of the West Village.

Located at 172 Thompson St, New York, NY 10012

Sushi Yasaka 

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A newer spot only in operation since 2011 located on the Upper West Side this is another affordable but quality spot. Sushi Yasaka is known for their devoted customers who speak extremely highly of the fish. The aesthetic is understated and dimly lit in this restaurant a few feet under street level. 

Located at 251 W 72nd St, New York, NY 10023