Tanoshi Sushi

Tanoshi Sushi

Restaurante de sushi y Restaurante japonés$$$$
Upper East Side, Nueva York
94 Tips y reseñas
  • omakase
  • sushi
  • BYOB
  • bueno para ocasiones especiales
  • auténtico
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  • Eater
    EaterAgosto 24
    Sake is the natural choice for a sushi pairing, and Tanoshi lets diners bring their own, but if there happens to be a bottle of Champagne or sparkling wine around the house, bring it. Leer más
  • Jess N.
    Jess NaldoNoviembre 12, 2014
    As w/ all omakase experiences... Just let the Chef do his sushi voodoo magic. Nothing but the best, freshest, and most precise cuts you'll ever have the privilege of dining on in all of NYC. Touch me.
  • Cynthia L.
    Cynthia LinAgosto 9, 2015
    Really great value at $75 for the omakase. Never had a cherry blossom leaf which was unique. But definitely order one or two a la carte pieces afterwards, especially the botan shrimp topped with uni
  • Ilia M.
    Ilia MMayo 16, 2014
    Really great omakase (chef's choice) experience. They opened a second place right next door - Tanoshi Bento - with the same menu and we reserved just an hour before. The young Korean girl is great
  • Ha D.
    Ha DiemNoviembre 16, 2014
    My first omakase experience and I'm so hooked. Everything was fresh and service was amazing. My favorites were uni with quail egg, pike and crab brains. Make your reservations, you won't regret it!!
  • Douglas Elliman
    Douglas EllimanJulio 17, 2014
    Popularly deemed the “holy grail of NY sushi” this spot is known for its authentic sushi and omakase tasting meals. We ordered the omakase meal and especially loved the branzino and scallop nigiri.
  • Vijay P.
    Vijay PaintalEnero 15, 2014
    Incredible meal. The best sushi I've had in NY hands down. The restaurant only seats 10 people and has 3 settings a night so it's really a great experience and the price is great
  • DailyCandy
    DailyCandyFebrero 14, 2014
    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.
  • Jason H.
    Jason H.hace 2 semanas
    Tokyo-esque Omakase is a treat to have in NY. Excellent quality and variety. Prices have risen and reservation policy is harsh - I was personally burned years ago - but it's a great sushi meal.
  • Eater
    EaterAbril 6, 2016
    An omakase will set you back around $80—a bargain for New York City. Guests can also supplement their omakase meals with a small selection of a la carte sushi. Tanoshi has three seatings per night. Leer más
  • emily c.
    emily chenFebrero 12
    Quaint, casual vibe omakase. They seat in waves so make sure to make a reso and pick up some sake for BYOB. Their white fish is superb and of course, get the XXX. 1 of my fav NYC sushi joints.
  • Angela H.
    Angela HumEnero 31, 2015
    Intimate dining experience - only 10 seats; reserve early! Amazing omakase sushi for a great price ~$70. Each piece was melt-in-your-mouth delicious! Get the spicy scallop sashimi a-la-carte. & BYOB
  • Rosie M.
    Rosie MMayo 2, 2013
    Only 3 seatings a night- 6,7:30,9pm. And need to put your name down starting at 2pm on the clipboard. Omakase is amazing. Also get some of the seasonal pieces like uni on botan and the crab brains.
  • Yanique
    YaniqueAgosto 23, 2014
    Incredible sushi! The experience is authentic & will make you feel like you're dining in Tokyo! restaurant only seats ten however (bummer) & only does three seatings a night! Make your reservation!
  • Rachel R.
    Rachel ReedAgosto 1, 2013
    Great addition to the neighborhood. Delicious bento box with unique sides. Can't go wrong with the chicken teriyaki or the shrimp tempora. And definitely try the salad dressing-- incredible!
  • Nina L.
    Nina LoSchiavoMarzo 21, 2014
    Fantastic fish and great learning experience for those interested in the origins of their meal. Miso cured black sable was grand.
  • Katie S.
    Katie ShellyNoviembre 9, 2013
    We spent time with every bite and tried to fully appreciate the craft of our chefs. They noticed. Don't miss the art by just chowing down like you would at any old sushi joint.
  • Rachel P.
    Rachel PortJulio 20
    The omakase here is amazing. The black sable was so orgasmically melt-in-your-mouth incredible, I asked for another at the end.
  • William D.
    Don't forget to BYOB. I love anything with quail eggs. You must come here if you want to celebrate a special occasion. Nice ambiance and even better food/service.
  • Simon L.
    Simon LeungSeptiembre 1, 2015
    If you want sushi, this the best deal in town. It still runs you $100 for the omakase (only option) but it's one of the best sushi restaurants in town.
  • Angela
    AngelaMarzo 1, 2013
    Seatings are at 6, 7:30, and 9. Get here a few hours earlier to sign up for a spot (only 10 people per seating). The omakase is sooo worth it!
  • Kris C.
    Kris ConcepcionFebrero 28, 2016
    Ha estado aquí más de 5 veces
    Follow Tanoshi-san's advice while eating your omakase! You will not be disappointed. Try the uni with botan afterward.
  • Brad P.
    Brad ParkEnero 7, 2014
    Tanoshi is one of the best omakase sushi experiences you can find in New York City, and it comes at a better price than all of its contemporaries.
  • Tara C.
    Tara CAbril 11, 2014
    Best sushi find!! $80 omakase small Japanese traditional find! BYO to top it all off!!
  • Curtis S.
    Curtis ShoungNoviembre 15, 2015
    Omakase. You don't have a choice, literally, until after and can pick from this menu on the wall of seasonal fish.
  • Tiina
    TiinaDiciembre 9, 2012
    Amazing quality of fish in and intimate setting. Reminds me of the sushi bars in Tokyo. The chef was a little heavy on the wasabi though.
  • No Leftovers J.
    Hidden gem of the UES. Super small but so incredible. Get the XXX roll!
  • Denise L.
    Denise LNoviembre 6, 2014
    10 piece omakase + BYOB. Triple X (uni, ikura, quail egg) - everything good in a bite
  • Marc C.
    Marc CohenAgosto 6
    BYOB, and best omakase for the price in the city. Small and unstated interior but thats the charm of this place. Highly recommend.
  • Lena C.
    Lena ChaoEnero 22, 2016
    Fresh. Simple. Delicious. Highly recommend! But be careful, narrow walkway and don't expect sushi entertainment!
  • Brendan C.
    Brendan ClancyDiciembre 1, 2012
    Chef Toshio uses red vinegar to season the sushi rice, this lets him use much less sugar and makes the sushi that much more refreshing.
  • Ramsen
    RamsenAbril 8, 2016
    Definitely come for the omakase. Very authentic experience similar to Tokyo.
  • Dmitry W.
    Dmitry WitmanAbril 25, 2016
    It's one of the 2-3 best omakase sets that i had, including places in Tokyo. Really, really good!
  • Peter J.
    Peter JanowskiMayo 10, 2015
    A step below nakazawa, but fantastic omakase at a more reasonable price. Get the monkfish liver and scallop apps.
  • Ben R.
    Ben RMarzo 15, 2014
    Incredible value. Creamy scallop app and Triple X a la carte FTW.
  • Desiree
    DesireeAbril 14, 2015
    Amazing omakase in a small casual space. Leave room for the unique specials. BYOB. Another favorite!
  • Chris K.
    Chris KonecnyAbril 6, 2015
    Hole in the wall, very casual and superb sushi makes for a great restaurant experience. Omakase only. BYOB
  • Sefi K.
    Sefi KeiniSeptiembre 18, 2016
    Believe the hype! Serious contender for best sushi in the city and a bargain compared to other places of similar quality
  • Julie H.
    Julie HanSeptiembre 25
    Loves: amberjack, big eye tuna, uni on raw shrimp, and the best: unit, roe and quail egg <3
  • Kyulee S.
    Kyulee SeoSeptiembre 26, 2016
    Terrific omakase and probably one of the most wallet-friendly ones around. Triple X should not be skipped!
  • Jenny C.
    Jenny CuiSeptiembre 29, 2015
    Ha estado aquí más de 5 veces
    Loved this place. Get the special omakase. It's worth it.
  • Stephanie S.
    Stephanie SunSeptiembre 25, 2013
    Incredible, intimate dining experience. The anago, ikura, and marinated albacore are amazing.
  • Mabel C.
    Mabel ChungJulio 28, 2013
    BYOB; there's a bodega at the opposite corner. The uni is goooooood and even the ika is yum
  • Tamás N.
    Tamás NovákAbril 7, 2016
    Omakase! No frills, just great sushi. BYOB and splurge a la carte afterwards.
  • JM P.
    JM ParveauxNoviembre 27, 2015
    Still expensive, yet affordable and amazingly good Omakaze! I can't wait to go back
  • D B.
    D BlockFebrero 16, 2013
    Great omakase. No need for other dishes. Get here at 6pm to put your name down.
  • Alex G.
    Alex GodinFebrero 20, 2014
    Delicious Omakase for a pretty reasonable price (considering what you get).
  • Kunwei L.
    Kunwei LinDiciembre 1, 2013
    The food is very delicious and authentic! But it is 100% reservation only+2 and half months ahead.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsMayo 29, 2013
    Go go go. You will not find a a better sushi experience than at this 10-seat, omakase-only hole in the wall in New York.
  • Brian J.
    Brian JengMayo 11
    Get the omakase. One of the better values for omakase in NYC.
  • Rafi R.
    Rafi RomeroJunio 6, 2015
    Ha estado aquí más de 25 veces
    Get the omakase and re-order the freshest fish. Also get the Triple X.
  • Louis I.
    Louis IvanAbril 3, 2015
    Amazing omakase good price.
  • Michellee C.
    Michellee CDiciembre 11, 2015
    The salmon belly is to die for. Actually melts in your mouth.
  • Adam I.
    Adam IngrassiaOctubre 21, 2016
    Ha estado aquí más de 5 veces
    Get the triple X roll: uni, roe, quail egg, our favorite.
  • Justin D.
    Justin DeanNoviembre 19, 2014
    Some preparations don't harmonize as well as others, but overall a worthwhile omakase.
  • Lauren K.
    Lauren KilleenDiciembre 23, 2015
    Omakase is amazing was shocked how full I was by the end and byob 🍣
  • Theres L.
    Theres LorenJunio 10, 2015
    pork gyozas are great!
  • Adam L.
    Adam LernerEnero 17, 2013
    Great review in the Times http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/23/dining/reviews/hungry-city-tanoshi-on-the-upper-east-side.html?smid=pl-share
  • Rana S.
    Rana SayiciSeptiembre 30, 2015
    Not just one specific sushi, the total experience was amazing!
  • Dan T.
    Dan TorresAgosto 1
    Incredible value and it's BYOB!
  • Ryan G.
    Ryan GallagherAgosto 13, 2015
    Crazy good sushi. Just sit down and enjoy the ride.
  • Chris H.
    Chris HFebrero 6, 2015
    Amazing omakase and uni
  • Stuart L.
    Stuart LevineAgosto 25
    Just stick with the base Hinoki omasake. Ordering the additional items at the end was def not worth the $$$. In my case 4 pieces, 2 each for the two of us set us back over $75. Not worth it IMHO.
  • Matt Z.
    Matt ZiegelbaumAbril 11, 2016
    Order a piece of kani miso for dessert!
  • Danni B.
    Danni BaxterSeptiembre 25
    One of the best omakase deals in the city!
  • Alex M.
    Alex MerklerNoviembre 22, 2012
    Ha estado aquí más de 5 veces
    Beyond amazing. Get the omakase!
  • Mauricio G.
    Mauricio GalvanAgosto 6, 2012
    Ha estado aquí más de 10 veces
    Great new sushi bar. Fresh, delicious.
  • Angela Z.
    Angela Z.Julio 25, 2013
    Try to get an earlier reservation (1st seating at 6pm) to avoid waiting 30-60 minutes for other people to finish eating before being seated...
  • Lillian C.
    Lillian CheungFebrero 21
    Salmon melted in my mouth 😍
  • Joe E.
    Joe EnneverDiciembre 9, 2012
    Delicious sushi in a cozy, traditional-style restaurant.
  • Pepper B.
    Pepper BaiAgosto 24, 2016
    Amazing Omakase!
  • Paul J.
    Paul JAgosto 22, 2013
    Ha estado aquí más de 10 veces
    Temple of Omakssse - one of the best in New York.
  • Phil T.
    Phil TorontoAbril 29
    The XXX is everything you were hoping and more 😍
  • Jeff W.
    Jeff WeinsteinNoviembre 24, 2016
    Quick omakase. Tasty but moving. BYOB.
  • Brad W.
    Brad WilliamsOctubre 2, 2014
    my favorite omakase place in NYC
  • Sean B.
    Sean BesserSeptiembre 25, 2013
    Totally worth the trouble!
  • Chi N.
    Chi NguyenJulio 31, 2015
    Byob and offer a drink to toshio San!
  • OneCoin U.
    Best sushi spot in all of NYC!
  • Jason
    JasonOctubre 6, 2013
    Uni with a quail egg!
  • Alex G.
    Alex GodinFebrero 20, 2014
    Despite the name, it's BYOB.
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceSeptiembre 12, 2013
    Watch out: dishes for wasabi and soy sauce are nowhere to be seen.
  • Emily L.
    Emily LAgosto 1, 2015
    Ha estado aquí más de 25 veces
    the sushi comes on rice
  • Jason H.
    Jason H.Abril 18, 2014
    The biggest rip off I have ever had.They use YELP SeatMe to reserve. 30 days advance. NO reminder sent. Missed reservation and they charged me $160. No option to eat there. Just took my money. AVOID!!
  • Gabriel C.
    Gabriel ChungOctubre 19, 2013
    WOW. Best sushi I've ever had!
  • Mikael K.
    Mikael KopteffJulio 8, 2016
    Special omakasen was great!
  • taejin i.
    taejin inJunio 13, 2013
    Get the uni
  • Water W.
    Water WaterJulio 10, 2016
    Seafood not fresh enough, chef's skill not worth the price. If you want omakase, go to Kura for the same price but MUCH BETTER food.
  • Chrysa A.
    Best sushi experience
  • Joanna K.
    Joanna KimAgosto 16, 2013
    Excellent ankimo!
  • Peter L.
    Peter LadaDiciembre 26, 2013
    Omekase, taskrabbit for reservation
  • Kristina B.
    Kristina BarkoAbril 25, 2013
    Perfect sushi.
  • James H.
    James H.Marzo 6, 2014
  • Teddy K.
    Teddy KuDiciembre 31, 2016
    $80-100 Omakase
  • Raghav
    RaghavOctubre 3, 2014
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