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Upper Manhattan, Upper East Side
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Doesn't hold a candle to Yasuda's flame

My wife and I wanted to go to a nice sushi restaurant for New Year's. Our regular awesome sushi spot - Sushi Yasuda - was closed. Not sure why, but that is for another post. In any event, we got the Zagat's guide and called a few places, but they were either booked or closed. Sushi Seki it was. First, this is not a place that you get dressed up to go to. It looks just like any other neighborhood place. The sushi was ... view more

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Incredibly Rude Maitre D

The host at the front is so incredibly rude that we walked out, and vowed never to spend another dime there. Their sushi may be good, but that does not mean that they can be outright obnoxious to their customers. They lost good paying customers for good.

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RIP OFF!!!! $400 and hungry

So a buddy an myself are culinary athletes gods if you will of our own realm . We went there last night in the storm and waited 50 minutes for a table no biggie, its thursday night prime time.we sit at the sushi bar sweet right at the action and decide we want a $100 omakase . We think we are in for a meal. yea right 9 peices of fish later 3 sapporos and a couple of sake shots it $400 dollars >>> wait im still hungry... view more

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I am a sushi connoisseur and let me tell you, this sushi restaurant is absolutely the best sushi I have had. Ever. Okay, I may not be a connoisseur, but I know my sushi pretty well. I know I don't like huge pieces slapped on the rice, I can tell whether it has salty flavor or if its just plain bland, and I know the prime fish of the season. (If you know your sushi too, you know what I am talking about) Sushi Seki's s... view more

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Awesome place for sushi

Awesome place to go for sushi. Sushi Seki does a good job on presentation and everything I had was very fresh and tasty. I definately recommend the Chirashi Sushi and the Edamame Appetizer.

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Absolutely perfect

One of the best sushi places in NYC without question. Manager is a bit uptight, so you might want to make a reservation even on a weekday.

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very good sushi

the sushi here is great and they open very late. The service and chefs gives you great attention. great place

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Am I taking crazy pills?

Throughout the meal I endured the culinary mediocrity with patience and hopeful anticipation. What was I waiting for? The bill. I was hopeful that I had found a place where fresh fish was available at a discounted price. I mean, any half knowledgeable sushi eater could recognize the shortcomings of the Chinese sushi chefs at Sushi Seki, chefs who clearly lack the technical ability, culinary expertise, and talent to c... view more

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Best Sushi in NYC!

I am a huge sushi snob, I've been eating sushi since I was 3 and still love it at least once a week. Sushi Seki is fresh and creative. The quality of the fish doesn't get any better than theirs. I highly recommend getting the Omakase, its amazing! I am now spoiled and can only go there. Its seriously worth your money!! The uni is excellent!!!

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Smiled all the way home

The key is to go and have Seki san prepare your food. Sit at the counter and let him take care of you. \r Omakase is the way to go at any sushi restaurant. If you are looking for good creative sushi, this is the place. \r Apparently a disciple of Gari, Seki decided to open his own place. And there's nothing wrong with that. \r We sat at Seki's counter and he took real good care of us.

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