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15 East

15 East

Restaurant japonais et Bar à sushis$$$$
Union Square, New York
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  • Les experts de The Corcoran Group et Time Out New York recommandent cet endroit
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Filtre :
  • convient aux couples
  • convient pour les grandes occasions
  • romantique
  • cuisine saine
  • authentique
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  • The Corcoran Group
    The Corcoran GroupJuillet 9, 2013
    A great place to order the omakase while sitting at the sushi bar to get a little bit of everything. It's not cheap, but it's well worth it.
  • Rachel W.
    Rachel Wang PangNovembre 10, 2015
    This is my go to sushi place in the city, I love the fresh wasabi, all the different type of fish you can choose from and taste of uni was just amazing
    A voté pour il y a Sep 14
  • Chefs Feed
    Chefs FeedAoût 2, 2016
    Walk in, sit at the counter instead of the dining room at this elegant Japanese restaurant near Union Square. Let Masa, the chef, do his thing. Go by yourself, so you can really focus on the food. En savoir plus
    A voté pour il y a Il y a 3 semaines
  • The Food Sluts
    The Food SlutsAoût 21, 2012
    Awesome sushi and soba. The omakase menu is supposed to be excellent, too. We didn't love the more traditional, western items, including the cherry wood smoked duck ($32 ). En savoir plus
  • DailyCandy
    DailyCandyFévrier 14, 2014
    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.
  • Halstead Property
    Halstead PropertyJuillet 11, 2013
    Order the Botanebi (sweet shrimp), and you are guaranteed to come back. Not only can you taste the freshness and quality in the shrimp, but it’s that sweetness that makes it stand out from the rest.
  • Tasting Table
    Tasting TableAoût 5, 2014
    Cold soba with salmon roe: The firm, chewy buckwheat noodles arrive in a pool of umami-rich broth with a touch of fresh wasabi and spring onions. Splurge on giant pearls of salmon roe. En savoir plus
  • Rubén G.
    Rubén GarcíaJanvier 20, 2017
    The 20 piece sushi omakase was incredible.
  • CC
    CCDécembre 3, 2013
    Do the omokase if possible. Also they have great yellowtail sashimi plate. Surprise dish: lobster uni risotto - must try. SO buttery and creamy and the uni really shined through.
  • Caroline S.
    Caroline SchulweisMars 17, 2015
    Great for a fancy, authentic Japanese meal. Enjoyed the sushi omakase, Uni flight, and fresh soba with ikura, uni, and caviar
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceMai 6, 2013
    Yes this place is crazy expensive, but the quality of the sushi ranks in the top 5 in the city. The weekday lunch special allows even the most common of us to sample their fare (in small quantities..)
  • Time Out New York
    Time Out New YorkJuin 4, 2013
    Masato Shimizu employs first-rate seafood flown in from Japan, deftly molding lightly torched golden-eye snapper or luscious soy-lacquered cherry salmon on beds of loose toothsome grains. En savoir plus
  • Neha K.
    Neha KulkarniAoût 23, 2013
    Get the sushi omakase and make sure the shrimp and king salmon are in the mix. End on the yuzu soufflé...will leave you feeling satisfied and refreshed!
  • Casey S.
    Casey SchoonoverNovembre 17, 2014
    Best sushi I've had in NYC! Ordered the sushi omakase lunch and split the tuna flight two ways. Sit at the sushi bar for the best experience.
  • Jessica L.
    Jessica LinAoût 5, 2013
    Great sushi, great service, yada yada yada, but the best part is the Very Handsome Asian Man who will explain your alcohol choices in great detail
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsFévrier 9, 2014
    High-end Japanese in a serene setting with very good soba noodles.
  • Vic Z.
    Vic ZaudNovembre 13, 2014
    Amazing sushi - some of the best in NYC. Also try the hot soba. Love the duck soba.
  • Time Out New York
    Time Out New YorkJuin 4, 2013
    The room, designed by architect Richard Bloch (Masa), feels like a sanctuary, and the food (fittingly) has a near-religious following among raw fish fanatics. En savoir plus
  • Michelin Travel & Lifestyle
    The omakase focuses on sushi and sashimi of high quality, like tender octopus, creamy toro, & seared isaki (grunt fish). – Green Guide Editor
  • Steven Y.
    Steven YAvril 7, 2013
    Bring a date and get the sashimi omakase each, then split a tuna flight, a bowl of housemade soba noodles and the kabocha creme caramel
  • Shelley C.
    Shelley ChenOctobre 16, 2014
    Take an uni journey here: 3 kinds of uni flight, uni risotto, and soba topped with uni. 💕
  • R
    RFévrier 18, 2013
    Pretty solid. Their lunch omakase is a spectacular value. Also see Sushi Azabu (still the best omakase in Manhattan, IMO)
  • Cindy S.
    Cindy SplendiferousDécembre 7, 2014
    The assorted tuna Omakase, sushi omakase, and uni sampler to die for!
  • Sarah R.
    Sarah RoseFévrier 14, 2013
    A visité ce lieu plus de 10 fois
    The best omakase lunch! Sit at the sushi bar and their uni is amazing. One of my favorite restaurants in nyc
  • Sherry L.
    Sherry LiMars 18, 2015
    Very good high end sushi. Slightly over priced. Good tuna and if they have fresh uni, that's a must have.
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceSeptembre 12, 2013
    Indulge in Master Chef Masato Shimizu's stunning seafood and try the seasonal spiny lobster tasting.
  • Roger S.
    Roger SchonfeldAoût 23, 2014
    As someone who doesn't love octopus, I can truly say that this octopus is transformative. Sit at the bar.
  • Just Jax
    Just JaxJanvier 9, 2014
    Call in advance to reserve at the sushi bar; amazing experience. Also, best omakase I've ever had.
  • Shindy C.
    Shindy COctobre 5, 2013
    Some of the best sushi in the city. Intimate, cool environment, top-notch service, and wonderful sake menu.
  • Jackie L.
    Jackie LuoJuillet 26, 2012
    The tasting menu is good (but expensive for students at $120 per person), and the fish is very, very fresh. Also, the service is fantastic!
  • Teresa
    TeresaNovembre 29, 2014
    Handmade soba noodles. Omakase. Seaweed sampler of 11 varieties.
  • Camilla C.
    Camilla CFévrier 15, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 10 fois
    anyone that knows me knows this is my all-time favorite sushi spot. never a bad dining experience here.
  • Matty C.
    Matty CitoMai 10, 2015
    Amazing fish and service seriously. what do u think I can say that's different from the other reviews. Do it
  • Peter Y.
    Peter YangAoût 3, 2011
    Amazing fish quality- def go omakase at the bar and try the octopus that the chef massages... it's like Kobe style.
  • Nilo A.
    Nilo AlmeidaMars 13, 2012
    The omakase is great and inexpensive at USD 55.00. Order a good sake and be sure to enjoy at the sushi bar.
  • Michel P.
    Michel POctobre 27, 2013
    I discover 15East last year in it was one of my favorite in NYC. One year later they lost creativity, the service became usual... Just the price doesn't change! What happened 15east ?
  • Christine B.
    Christine BeJuin 1, 2010
    Have the most exquisite omakase presented to you piece by piece from executive chef Masato Shimizu. Realize you both have met before through your ex-boyfriend. Small world!
  • Meryl P.
    Meryl PearlsteinJuillet 11, 2011
    Unusual Japanese selections, both sushi and non. Lots of tofu variants. En savoir plus
  • Bravo
    BravoJanvier 26, 2010
    This modern impasse restaurant offers creative presentation with traditional sensibilities. Impeccably fresh fish is the star here. -Kevin Gillespie, Top Chef
  • Emily W.
    Emily WilsonAoût 22, 2015
    Japanese oysters, yellowtail sashimi four ways, & handmade soba noodles
  • Sam K.
    Sam KrasnikMai 13, 2017
    Great sushi place, and the non sushi dishes are very creative
  • Ivy L.
    Ivy LiMars 13, 2011
    Not an eel fan? Get the Anago sushi and you'll be a convert in no time. Best eel ever. Amazingly fresh!
  • Nick 🍾 F.
    Nick 🍾 FarinaJuillet 27, 2012
    The Omakase is one of the best I've had in the city thus far. Also, great sea urchin.
  • Alan A.
    Alan AurmontJanvier 4, 2015
    My birthday dinner. I still prefer Brushstroke when it comes to Japanese restaurants.
  • Mary C.
    Mary ChuOctobre 24, 2015
    Get the seasonal omakase - the toro & uni flight was amazing.
  • Mickey L.
    Mickey LynnAoût 20, 2011
    house made Soba noodles are amazing. Also the tofu is fantastic
  • Danwen
    DanwenJanvier 26, 2014
    7 course tasting menu. Subbed the salmon for the lobster uni risotto. Life changing.
  • Umair Z.
    Umair ZiaMai 7, 2015
    Go with the chefs (omakase) menu. Just perfect. The desserts were meh.
  • No Leftovers J.
    Amazing Omakase. Sit at the sushi bar if you can!
  • Max B.
    Max BlekhterSeptembre 29, 2012
    Sushi bar. Recommend sushi omakase & octopus, which is massaged 500 times.
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