Trendy place. Quite crowed. The food is good and the price in line with this type of restaurant. Don't expect to stay more than an hour and a half as people will be waiting for your table.
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The food is delicious, fresh , feels like it melts in your mouth and you would never try another sushi like that one again. Although the price is very high
It's a cute place—cozy basement feel, but NOT your typical Japanese hospitality atmosphere. The Wall street business-turnover feel starts at the door with two white men in suits, presumably managers. You get to your tinny table and get slapped with a tourist feel omakase menus....More
The shush is so fresh you wonder if it had just come out of the water! Delicious food. Lovely to see the chefs preparing the food as you order it. A quaint little place with great staff who are knowledgable and helpful. We loved it...More
Was able to get a same day time when other "hot" sushi places were booked. Really good fish, had the chef's choice and while good had alot of different (and good) sauces. I prefer simpler and asked and got the sashimi menu (only got the...More
Sushi of Gari's philosophy is that since most people don't know how to eat sushi properly aka put too much soy sauce/wasabi on the piece, the chef will put the sauce on for you. Thus at sushi of gari they will not have soy sauce/wasabi...More
So fresh and carefully prepared. Great appetizers, salads, and sushi rolls. Great for pre-theatre as the service is swift and helpful. Would love to return.
Quickly grabbing a bite before seeing a Broadway show, on a very crowded Saturday night, I sat at the sushi bar and watched these artists ,at work. The trio next to me were doing the sampling from the chef, with many tastings. I had my...More
I could say that I'm a sushi lover. I've tried many places from tradicional to contemporary, trendy... this place is a must go but I can't say it's one of the best. Sushi seki is my favorite so far. They have some pieces that are...More