JUMP TO:
  • Top Places
  • All

Sushi

With professional reviews from trusted critics and user reviews from the city’s most enthusiastic diners, Voice Places is the go-to guide for sushi in New York. Find any restaurant in town, and all the information you need to map out your next great meal!

Sushi in New York

  • EN Japanese Brasserie
    435 Hudson St. | Greenwich Village

    There are more than 40 locations of this izakaya-style restaurant in Japan; it¹s too bad not more of them have made their way to the United States. Executive chef Koji Nakan cooks some of the most... More on EN Japanese Brasserie »

  • Taro Sushi
    244 Flatbush Avenue | Park Slope

    At this no-frills cult spot, the fish is as pristine and skillfully prepared as at any of the expense-account sushi places in Manhattan. Sit at the bar for omakase, a relative bargain, and munch... More on Taro Sushi »

  • Brushstroke
    30 Hudson St. | Tribeca

    Brushstroke, a noteworthy collaboration between David Bouley and the Tsuji Culinary Institute of Osaka, marks one of the few spots in New York where you can enjoy kaiseki-style dining. That is, a... More on Brushstroke »

  • Kuruma Zushi
    7 E. 47th St. | East 40s

    Toshihiro Uezu is a towering figure on the New York sushi scene, a seafood impresario who surveys the ichthyological world for the freshest and tastiest specimens, then superintends their... More on Kuruma Zushi »

  • 15 East
    15 E. 15th St. | Union Square

    Sit at the sushi bar for the optimal experience, where you can watch chef Masato Shimizu create some of the best sushi in the city. The chef is friendly and knowledgeable, and might even ask you... More on 15 East »

  • advertisement
  • Yuba
    105 E. 9th St. | East Village

    "Yuba" is the Japanese word for tofu skin, and you'll find the namesake ingredient in several dishes at this new restaurant from George Ruan and Jack Wei, who became enamored with the soy product... More on Yuba »

  • Osaka
    272 Court St. | Brooklyn

    It might simply be a neighborhood sushi joint, except that it happens to be surprisingly excellent, with fish flown in from Tokyo, and daily specials of the most pristine fish. One night, Japanese... More on Osaka »

  • Bozu
    296 Grand St. | Brooklyn

    Bozu has boldly shouldered the task of being a sushi innovator, remaking maki rolls (try salmon drenched in raw garlic), but more importantly, inventing athe bomba-sweet vinegared rice fashioned... More on Bozu »

  • Natori Restaurant
    58 St. Marks Place | East Village

    This long-running sushi bar has been around since the days when East Village hipsters considered the Japanese restaurants in their nabe to be the defacto diners, places to get cheap meals on a... More on Natori Restaurant »

  • Qoo Robata Bar
    367 Metropolitan Ave. | Williamsburg

    The best way to structure a meal at this izakaya (Japanese pub) is to go with a group and order a bunch of grilled items, and supplement them with an assortment of appetizers and specials. And... More on Qoo Robata Bar »

All Cuisines

Afghan, African, Afro-Cuban, Albanian, American, Appetizers, Argentine, Argentinian, Armenian, Asian, Asian Fusion, Australian, Austrian, Azerbaijani, Bakeries, Bakery, Balkan, Bar Food, Barbadian, Barbecue, Basque, Bavarian, Belgian, Bistro, Bosnian, Brazilian, Breakfast, Brewery, Brewpub, British, Brunch, Buffet, Buffets, Bulgarian, Burgers, Burmese, Cafe, Cajun, California, Cambodian, Cantonese, Caribbean, Cheese Shop, Chilean, Chinese, Coffeehouse, Colombian, Comfort Foods, Contemporary, Continental, Creole, Crepes, Croatian, Cuban, Czech, Danish, Deli, Dessert, Dim Sum, Diner, Dominican, Dutch, Eclectic, Ecuadorian, Egyptian, English, Ethiopian, European, Fast Casual, Fast Food, Filipino, Fine Dining, Fondue, French, Fried Chicken, Fries, Frozen Yogurt, Fujianese, Fusion, Gastro Pub, Gelato, Georgian, German, Ghanaian, Gluten-Free, Greek, Grill, Grocery, Guatemalan, Guyanese, Gyros, Haitian, Halal, Hawaiian, Health, Himalayan, Honduran, Hot Chicken, Hot Dogs, Hungarian, Ice Cream, Indian, Indonesian, International, Iranian, Irish, Israeli, Italian, Ivory Coast, Jamaican, Japanese, Jewish, Korean, Kosher, Latin, Latin American, Lebanese, Liberian, Local/Sustainable, Malaysian, Market, Meat-&-Three, Mediterranean, Mexican, Middle Eastern, Mobile Food, Modern America, Modern American, Modern European, Modern Japanese, Mongolian, Moroccan, Neapolitan, Nepalese, New American, New Zealand, Nigerian, Noodle, Noodle Shop, Northern Italian, Nouvelle, Nuevo Latino, Oaxacan, Organic, Oysters, Pacific Northwest, Pakistani, Pan-Asian, Pan-Latin, Panamanian, Paninis, Pasta, Pastries, Persian, Peruvian, Pizza, Polish, Polynesian, Portuguese, Provence, Puerto Rican, Punjabi, Ramen, Raw Food, Regional, Roman, Russian, Salads, Salvadoran, Sandwiches, Scandinavian, Scottish, Seafood, Senegalese, Serbian, Shanghainese, Siamese, Sicilian, Singaporean, Slovak, Small Plates, Smoothies, Soba, Soul Food, Soups, South African, South American, Southern, Southwestern, Spanish, Specialties, Sri Lankan, Steak House, Steakhouse, Street Food, Sushi, Swiss, Syrian, Szechuan, Taiwanese, Tapas, Tea, Teriyaki, Tex-Mex, Thai, Tibetan, Traditional, Trinidadian, Tunisian, Turkish, Tuscan, Ukrainian, Uzbekistan, Vegan, Vegetarian, Venezuelan, Vietnamese, West Indian, Wine Bar, Wings, Wraps, Yankee, Yemen

More...

Things to do in New York The Best Of New York Daily Deals in New York

Browse Sushi Restaurants in a Neighborhood

advertisement

Recent Critic Ratings

  • Jonah Miller began mapping out plans for a restaurant when he was still a teenager. "Broadly speaking, I grew up in the city, and I knew from a very young age what I wanted to do," he says. "I started working in restaurants at 14." Twelve years later, the chef -- who has spent time behind the burners at Chanterelle, Gramercy Tavern, and Savoy -- is making good on that goal. Huertas (107 First... More on Huertas »

  • When one restaurant's doors close, another restaurant's doors open in fast-paced New York City, and every Friday we'll fill you in on what opened up around town this week. This week: a soba restaurant above a sushi mainstay, a grilled cheese joint in Bushwick, and a Paris wine bar finds a home stateside. Daruma-Ya, 428 Greenwich Street, 212-274-0428 The restaurant above Sushi Azabu is now... More on Daruma-Ya »

Recent Member Reviews

Loading...