You get what you pay for. We had great rolls and sushi with a beer each and it came to over $400 with tip for four people. And we weren’t anywhere near full. The quality is superb and I would recommend it but be prepared...More
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Japanese fare is my favorite, not just sushi or sashimi or what have you- all Japanese food and especially sushi. I have been to Japan for several times and have eaten at what I would guess- a couple hundred sushi restaurants in the world. I...More
Stopped in around 11pm on Friday night 4 people.. Staff is knowledgeable and on point.. Food is just amazing.. Fresh and expensive.. But just an explosion of flavors.. Uni was served in the shell and the AJI sashimi was spectacular along with the deep fried...More
Blue Ribbon is for me definitely a classic when I come to New York. We are big sushi eaters and have tried many places but this one is one of the best. Try for sure
The choice of the ingredients guarantees the outstandingly good dishes. Service is professional and the restaurant is very busy during the week - make sure to book in advance . You can only reserve a table for minimum 5 in the evenings.
this is a little sushi place in soho, sashimi are excellent, service is good, it was a great place to send the evening
Having read the great reviews, I was expecting a fabulous dinner but instead I was shocked at the minuscule size of the salmon skin roll I ordered. Also, you couldn't even tell what was inside because there was barely any salmon skin present. Could they...More
Came here for a late lunch and was very impressed by the quality of the maki. We both ordered maki combos and one additional maki roll (8 rolls in total) and the price with sparkling water was a little over $80. The spicy crab maki...More
Blue Ribbon Sushi is probably the best sushi restaurant in New York City. I like going to the rooftop sister restaurant where it's less crowded, less noisy and can enjoy a nice dinner!