Unusual sushi restaurant, the eel in grilled eel sushi is almost the amount of fish in a bowl of eel rice, and I don’t know if I am eating sushi or eating a large grilled eel, wasabi and in high-end Japanese restaurants. The same food is freshly ground on the spot, which adds a lot of points.
Very recommended one-star sushi.
The chef has worked in Japan for more than ten years. The sushi nigiri is very neat, the rice is very sticky and soft, and the sourness is not obvious. Different fish are purchased every day, so you can eat different Japanese sashimi, such as Amakusa’s Shinko and Tsushima eels in summer. It is worth mentioning that this is one of the few sushi restaurants in New York where you can bring your own drinks. The corkage fee is only $10, so there are many repeat customers.
The food was made in casseroles and it was really good and had a frying and frying feeling that would get together, which was really wonderful so we were very grateful to be able to eat this in a foreign country