Fodor's Expert Review Kurumazushi
Only a small sign in Japanese indicates the location of this extraordinary restaurant that serves sushi and sashimi exclusively, including some hard-to-find fish imported directly from Japan. Bypass the tables, sit at the sushi bar, and put yourself in the hands of Toshihiro Uezu, the chef and owner. The showstopping chef's omakase (meal consisting of the chef's daily selections), priced at whatever the market dictates and the type of fish on offer, could run to hundreds of dollars, but it's a multicourse feast you'll never forget.
7 E. 47th St.
New York, New York 10017, USA
- Longtime spot for high-quality sushi
- Reservations essential
- Impressively expensive omakase, but á la carte options are available