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NYC's Best Sushi Spots
Sushi Yasuda is one of NYC's Best Sushi Spots.

1. Sushi Yasuda

8.6
204 E 43rd St (at 3rd Ave), Nueva York, NY
Restaurante de sushi · Turtle Bay · 258 tips y reseñas

DailyCandyDailyCandy: The twenty-piece omakase menu doesn’t skimp on quality: Rice takes a bath in Japanese charcoal-purifed water, and fish is scrutinized for quality before being served.

Tomoe Sushi is one of NYC's Best Sushi Spots.

2. Tomoe Sushi

8.5
172 Thompson St (btwn Bleecker & Houston St), Nueva York, NY
Restaurante de sushi · Greenwich Village · 217 tips y reseñas

DailyCandyDailyCandy: “Crowded” is an understatement. Once inside, find what you’d imagine a wooden shack on the Japanese coast to be: strangely cozy and stocked with fresh fish of every variety.

Blue Ribbon Sushi is one of NYC's Best Sushi Spots.

3. Blue Ribbon Sushi

8.9
119 Sullivan St (btwn Prince & Spring St), Nueva York, NY
Restaurante de sushi · SoHo · 288 tips y reseñas

DailyCandyDailyCandy: Fish is flown in from Japan and listed by ocean of origin. It’s unpretentious and offers a healthy selection of fish-free options for vegetarians: natto (fermented beans) and yama gobo (baby burdock).

Geido is one of NYC's Best Sushi Spots.

4. Geido

8.5
331 Flatbush Ave (Park Place and Prospect Place), Brooklyn, NY
Restaurante japonés · Prospect Heights · 83 tips y reseñas

DailyCandyDailyCandy: Appetizers (pork gyoza; submarine tartar with salmon, jalapeno, and mayo), soup specials, and a copious sushi platter for two prove why this place has been a Brooklyn institution since 1985.

Taro Sushi is one of NYC's Best Sushi Spots.

5. Taro Sushi

244 Flatbush Ave (at St. Mark's Pl), Brooklyn, NY
Restaurante de sushi · North Slope · 93 tips y reseñas

DailyCandyDailyCandy: Bypass the lines at Geido and mosey down Flatbush Avenue for equally satisfying sushi at Taro. Dark, wood fixtures and minimal design provide a moody backdrop for indulgences like toro tartar.

Ushiwakamaru is one of NYC's Best Sushi Spots.

6. Ushiwakamaru

136 W Houston St (btwn Sullivan & MacDougal St), Nueva York, NY
Restaurante de sushi · Greenwich Village · 71 tips y reseñas

DailyCandyDailyCandy: Precision and detail are Ushiwaka Maru’s modus operandi. Gourmands love it for the vinegar-laden sticky rice and unusual sazae (sea snails) and shiroebi (mini white shrimp).

15 East is one of NYC's Best Sushi Spots.

7. 15 East

7.4
15 E 15th St (btwn 5th Ave & Union Sq W), Nueva York, NY
Restaurante japonés · Union Square · 136 tips y reseñas

DailyCandyDailyCandy: At 15 East, the sushi is as clean-cut as the sleek, white interior. Try the omakase (“I’ll leave it to you”), for ten pieces of chef-selected sashimi. Tuna fiends can delight in a flight.

Hibino is one of NYC's Best Sushi Spots.

8. Hibino

8.8
333 Henry St (at Pacific St), Brooklyn, NY
Restaurante japonés · Cobble Hill · 157 tips y reseñas

DailyCandyDailyCandy: This comfy spot is as close to authentic Kyoto-style as you can get. Daily obanzai (tapas) is a must; the chirashi — a heaping bowl of sashimi, veggies, omelet, and rice — is one of the best around.

Brushstroke is one of NYC's Best Sushi Spots.

9. Brushstroke

30 Hudson St (at Duane St), Nueva York, NY
Restaurante japonés · Tribeca · 80 tips y reseñas

DailyCandyDailyCandy: Tokyo-trained chef Eiji Ichimura churns out classic, Tokyo-style sushi. Bridging the gap between experimental and traditional, each meal is customized to the diner’s cravings.

JPan Sushi is one of NYC's Best Sushi Spots.

10. JPan Sushi

8.0
287 5th Ave (btwn 1st & 2nd St), Brooklyn, NY
Restaurante de sushi · Central Slope · 43 tips y reseñas

DailyCandyDailyCandy: Look past the fake bamboo and focus on what matters: affordable, high-quality sushi on Brooklyn’s Fifth Avenue. Go big with the Three Famous Sushi Platter, a combo of salmon, tuna, and yellowtail.

BONDST is one of NYC's Best Sushi Spots.

11. BONDST

8.4
6 Bond St (btwn Broadway & Lafayette St), Nueva York, NY
Restaurante de sushi · NoHo · 212 tips y reseñas

DailyCandyDailyCandy: You have options at Bondst: a full sushi menu — four types of salmon, shellfish galore, platters that serve multiple diners — plus a plethora of cooked fare.

Bugs is one of NYC's Best Sushi Spots.

12. Bugs

504 E 12th St, Nueva York, NY
Restaurante de sushi · Alphabet City · 25 tips y reseñas

DailyCandyDailyCandy: Chef Sho Boo’s tasting menus change based on the day’s finds — but it’s consistently delicious. Start with a toothsome bowl of plum salt-flecked edamame and leave the rest to her.

Kanoyama is one of NYC's Best Sushi Spots.

13. Kanoyama

7.7
175 2nd Ave (at E 11th St), Nueva York, NY
Restaurante de sushi · East Village · 98 tips y reseñas

DailyCandyDailyCandy: The folks at Kanoyama are a head above the rest, with specials like hamachi carpaccio with yuzu juice and sea salt, sea conch sashimi, and Tasmanian ocean trout.

Kura is one of NYC's Best Sushi Spots.

14. Kura

9.2
130 Saint Marks Pl (btwn 1st Ave & Ave A), Nueva York, NY
Restaurante japonés · East Village · 63 tips y reseñas

DailyCandyDailyCandy: The menu exists in the chef’s head, and you can watch him as he works. The majority of Kura’s fish is shipped straight from the motherland. Specialties include squid sashimi and giant clam.

Tanoshi Sushi is one of NYC's Best Sushi Spots.

15. Tanoshi Sushi

9.1
1372 York Ave (at 73rd St), Nueva York, NY
Restaurante de sushi · Upper East Side · 111 tips y reseñas

DailyCandyDailyCandy: Tanoshi bends traditional sushi to please contemporary tastes, but keeps its integrity with top-quality catch. Feeling lucky? Nab one of ten seats and indulge in an unforgettable omakase tasting menu.

Watawa is one of NYC's Best Sushi Spots.

16. Watawa

8.8
33-10 Ditmars Blvd (btwn 33rd & 35th St.), Astoria, NY
Restaurante de sushi · Astoria · 91 tips y reseñas

DailyCandyDailyCandy: Don’t let the electronic music and LCD lights distract you. Instead, focus on inventive rolls like the Wasabi (bursting with four types of caviar) and the Humble Bee (topped with mango).