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Mai Sushi

Map & Directions 16 E. 41st St.
New York, NY 10017
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212-400-8880
  • Japanese, Sushi
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Delivery, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Lunch, Snack Food
  • Full bar
  • Not Accepted
  • No Parking

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Village Voice's Description

This combination Japanese "deli" and sit-down restaurant is headed by a chef who trained with Morimoto. The capacious front carry-out area offers everything from deluxe sushi packs, to bento boxes, to onigiri, tempura, and sushi cups--an invention that involves sashimi arranged prettily on top of a cup of rice. Sushi packaged to-go is never as good as made-to-order, but within its limitations, Mai offers some very nice raw fish and rice. Bento boxes can be custom-filled with a large selection of dishes--try the curry-fried mackerel.

 
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  • matt h. on 05/28/10

    One of the city's hidden gems. If you need a quiet place to read or work, the reading room on the 3rd floor is THE spot to check.

  • Kirby B. on 03/19/11

    Ear plugs solve the loud chairs issue. Best place to read or study hands down.

  • David D. on 03/16/11

    Great place to get some work done but no electrical outlets in this room. Make sure your laptop is charged and ALWAYS use a VPN. LIterally 100's of computers on the network.

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