This is my go to for omakase in NYC! Its the best place for quality of food + value. BYOB also helps keep things affordable.
Spoils us for all other sushi.
It was good but I found the pieces too big. It'd be nice if they would adjust them to the customer. I was more focused on getting everything into my mouth without an accident than on taste.
Phenomenal omakase for a reasonable price. Be sure to make reservations.
Very authentic Byob sake store next door
Da forma mais tradicional, dois pequenos salÃµes com capacidade total de umas 24 pessoas; vocÃª se senta nos bancos em volta da bancada onde os peixes sÃ£o preparados. Importante: vocÃª deve levar seu prÃ³prios saquÃª.
Go here for the best Omagase. Amazingly fresh fish. Bring your own booze and enjoy the night away.
Some of the best sushi I’ve had since i left Tokyo a few years ago. Incredible product and technique, we’ll be back again soon.
Omg, so good!!!
Amazing as always!
Bestes Sushi der Stadt Reservierung ist erforderlich! Menü besteht aus 10 Stücken Es gibt keinen Getränkeservice aber Kühler für mitgebrachte Getränke
I usually don’t eat sushi and seafood in general but the food here was amazing!!! Absolutely recommend.
Absolutely delicious, surprising, consistent experience. Fresh fish, warm chefs and a cozy, genuine experience all around. 5 stars!
One of the best experiences I've ever had eating in NYC. The environment is small, cozy and casual. The staff is super friendly and made my partner's birthday extra special. The Omakaze was amazing and the chef was very considerate of our preferences. I'd come back every week if I had the money! It's a must-go for sure!
Superb, great value!
Excellent experience! Highly recommend!! Not only is the sushi at Tanoshi phenomenal, but so is the service. I recently went to Tanoshi for the fifth time, and the food and service is consistently incredible. I make the trip to Tanoshi coming from central Long Island, so it is not around the corner from me. The trip is worth it every time. Geronimo was our chef for my most recent experience, and he is excellent at knowing the fish that he is serving as well as the location that it is from. On top of that he makes each piece of sushi PERFECT. The sushi really is on another level at Tanoshi. Also Geronimo remembered me from the other times that I went to Tanoshi. Overall Tanoshi is worth the price, and the hour and a half long trip each and every time I go.
Good omakase option if in the area. Fast service BYOB is a plus
Amazing chef's choices, some of the best and freshest fish I've had anywhere. Love that its BYOB. Can't wait to come back next time I'm in NY.
Excellent omakase. Decent quality for a very good price. I highly recommend this place for Omakase rookies that want to try out an omakase but don't want to spend too much their first time.
A bit late in reviewing. There weren't any issues getting a reservation the day of, on a weekday for one of 3 evening omakase services last time. When you walk in, they ask if you have any allergies or any other preferences. The sushi bar is narrow and you sit very close to other patrons almost rubbing elbows. If you brought a wine or sake, they will give you an ice bucket and glasses for it (as they are BYOB). Otherwise, there's only water. There are an assortment of 3 appetizers hand written posted on the wall as well as the options for the a la carte menu that they will ask you if you want to add on at the end. The omakase service was lovely. The individual sushi chef that will take care of you and possible only one other guest personally will prepare sushi at your pace carefully crafting each one and describing the pieces served one at a time. I believe they also have a focus on sustainable fish so that was a plus. The sushi was fresh and perfectly seasoned. Each piece was tender and melts in your mouth. They were also a good single bite size as it should be. The omakase ($70) included a small starter, 10 pieces of fresh sushi, assorted rolls (3), a hand roll, and a mini Miso soup to finish. - Tamago starter 1 - Fluke cured with Kelp 2 - Lightly Seared New Zealand King Salmon 3 - Big Eye Tuna from Ecuador with Yuzu Miso 4 - Amberjack from Hawaii with Marinated Cherry Blossom Leaf 5 - Wild Albacore Tuna with Pickled Kelp 6 - Miso Cured Black Sable from Nova Scotia 7 - Poached Hokkaido Scallop with Yuzu Juice and Rock Salt 8 - Marinated Salmon Roe from Alaska 9 - Sea Urchin from Maine 10 - Salt Water Eel from Tokyo Bay - Three rolled sushi Big Eye Tuna, Albacore Tuna, King Salmon pieces - Spicy Albacore Tuna hand roll - Mini Miso soup - A la carte - Botan (Sweet Shrimp) topped with Uni Some of the standout pieces for me were: The Amberjack with Marinated Cherry Blossom leaf which you were supposed to smell the leaf, eat the sushi, then eat the leaf. The Poached Hokkaido Scallop was so tender and sweet with the yuzu brightening up the taste buds and the carefully placed rock salt bringing out the delicate flavors. The a la carte Botan (large sweet shrimp) with lots of Sea Urchin on top was killer. $10 add on for this piece which is reasonable. Some of the misses were: The Alaskan Salmon Roe was served a bit too cold so that piece was kind of a shock to the senses. Too much Albacore tuna. It was in sushi form, the roll, and the hand roll. While the sushi piece was fine and unique with the pickled kelp, having the big hand roll right after having the roll of the same thing in that position of the course seemed a bit repetitive. Overall a great experience and a good value. Friendly service and just delicious.