A Japanese feast remains the ultimate NYC blowout, most elegantly undertaken with omakase - meaning 'chef's choice' - where the diner is put entirely in the chef's hands with a Tokyo-inspired multi-course menu. Here are some of the best in town.
In an alliance of serious power players, three Michelin-starred sushi supremo Masa Takayama joined forces with Larry Gagosian, one of the most prominent players in the New York art world, to create Kappo Masa.
Former Masa chefs Nick Kim and Jimmy Lau's indulgent and inspired tasting menu make Shuko stand out from the many other high-end Japanese offerings in the city.
Daisuke Nakazawa's omakase is worth the wait.
Tanoshi may look like a hole-in-the-wall, run-down sushi joint, but it's far from it.
Tim and Nancy Cushman have brought Boston's O Ya to New York. The omakase-style sushi joint is beloved in its hometown, and now it has a sister restaurant inside Gramercy's Park South Hotel.
Master Chef Gari Sugio’s unique omakase concept, which has seen him named as one of the 10 Best Sushi Chefs in New York, has arrived in Hollywood.
This high-end Japanese restaurant combines two concepts under one roof in Midtown.
This new Upper East Side restaurant offers omakase sushi in a setting designed by Sukiya-style architects using Japan-sourced materials from restored and demolished temples.
An impressive sushi sit in